Street Fight Daily: Geofeedia to Expand After $17M Series B, How Patch Succeeds Post-AOL

Street Fight Daily: Geofeedia to Expand After $17M Series B, How Patch Succeeds Post-AOL February 4, 2016 by The Editors Leave a Comment Filed Under: Headlines A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… Geofeedia Raises $17M to Help Businesses Tap Into Social Location Data (TechCrunch) Geofeedia, a startup that pulls real-time, location-b.Read the full article


  • Geofeedia Raises $17M To Help Businesses Tap Into Social Location Data

    techcrunch.com - 5 readers - Geofeedia, a startup that pulls real-time, location-based data from social media, has raised $17 million in Series B funding. Co-founder and CEO Phil..

  • Patch Rebounds After Split From AOL

    wsj.com - 9 readers - Patch looked like a failure when AOL sold a majority stake in the hyperlocal media service, but Hale Global is turning it around.

  • Why Would Amazon Want To Be the New Barnes & Noble?

    newyorker.com - 2 readers - Amazon’s rumored plan to open brick-and-mortar bookstores might actually make a lot of sense.

  • Yahoo once again bets on search

    sfchronicle.com - 10 readers - In Yahoo�s big shakeup, CEO Marissa Mayer said she plans on investing in the three pillars that �make Yahoo, Yahoo� � communications, content and search. Communications and content have helped attract users to Yahoo with popular services like Yahoo Mail and sports news. Search is obviously essential to discovery and the lucrative natur...

  • Amazon Echo Can Now Order Your Pizza

    techcrunch.com - 10 readers - In case you needed another reason to buy Amazon's Internet-connected speaker, the Amazon Echo: the device can now order pizza for you, following your verbal..

  • Google’s head of search is retiring after 15 years

    thenextweb.com - 10 readers - Google's Senior vice president of search, Amit Singhal, is leaving the company after joining in 2000. https://twitter.com/theamitsinghal/status/69493458724