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Winnie’s Sara Mauskopf is a mom and an entrepreneur, not a “momtrepreneur”

Yeah, Winnie-- a site to help parents navigate cities in a family-friendly way-- recently launched. And yeah, sure, it got $2.5 million from some well-heeled Valley backers.

It's a Christmas (/holiday/birthday/new year) miracle! Pando gift subscriptions are back!

What is the greatest gift of all? A baby’s laugh? A sunset? The feeling of fresh snow crunching under foot?

“Story” and truth: The Uber snake now has two sniping heads

“Well, which is it?” “You can’t have it both ways!” “Wait! That’s not what you said just a few days ago…” Long before these were things I found myself screaming at our President Elect’s Twitter stream (Hillary Clinton is a brilliant Secretary of State!

GoPro has become the Twitter of hardware

For GoPro, 2016 has been the year of Karma. The year started off badly for the once high-flying maker of wearable cameras, after it warned investors that revenue during the 2015 holiday quarter would decline 31% and that it would lay off 7% of its workforce.

Twitter, Facebook et al say they obey "local laws". So what happens when Trump orders them to censor?

On Monday, the New York Times reported yet another fight between Facebook and authorities in Germany.

Amazon was always going to kill Black Friday. Now it's happening

Black Friday is finally suffering the long, slow death it deserves. Once known as “the day after Thanksgiving,” Black Friday took off as a commercial holiday around 2003.

Are government-backed privacy tools really going to protect us from President Trump?

America’s in total turmoil following Donald Trump’s victory. Nazis and white supremacists are suddenly in vogue, getting magazine profiles and primetime TV spots.

While trust-related scandals rock Facebook, Snapchat quietly pitches itself to bankers as the ultimate alternative

Right about now, plenty of journalists all over America are coming up with hackneyed leads that bend the whole idea of “giving thanks” into whatever story they are being forced to write before a well-deserved four day weekend.

Mark Zuckerberg's first unwinnable fight

It turns out everyone is entitled to their own facts. Or at least they are on Facebook, which is suffering one of those rashes of bad news that afflicts it every year or so.

Why has Facebook changed its mind on fake news? Thank the Germans

Since the election, I -- along with every other journalist on the planet -- have been encouraging Mark Zuckerberg to take Facebook’s culpability for allowing fake news to help get Trump elected.

Facebook's deepening moral and ethical hole is great news for some

Facebook’s refusal to admit it’s a media company that bears responsibility for Trump has put the company in an ever deepening hole.

Careful what you wish for: The danger in corporate VCs leading deals

Earlier this week, I spoke at a UBS Research conference in San Francisco. Speaking just before me was a senior eBay executive who was asked about the company’s recent divesting of its massive stake in MercadoLibre.

The Moment Marie Claire’s Anne Fulenwider got feminism religion

I’ve been trying to grab an hour on Anne Fulenwider’s calendar since I started my “Uterus is a feature not a bug” podcast.

Facebook needs to stop hiding behind data and hire a damn public editor

“When Facebook is discussed in tomorrow’s history books, it will probably not be about its quarterly earnings reports and stock options.” - Zeynep Tufekci, New York Times About now, it must surely be dawning on Mark Zuckerberg just how badly he has handled Facebook’s culpability in the election of Donald Trump.

Snap’s pitch to bankers: Who needs 1 billion users?

So, it seems Snap has filed its IPO paperwork privately. Not a shock. It has well under $1 billion in revenues per year, so it can, and it’s been clear that an IPO is coming.

This month in serious ridesharing allegations

October was defined by a study published by the National Bureau of Economic Research which revealed that many Uber and Lyft drivers are sexist.

Silicon Valley's "come to Satan" moment

Like everyone else on the planet, I’m still processing what happened last week. Not so much how it happened -- that’s pretty clear.

Silicon Valley's "come to Satan" moment

Like everyone else on the planet, I’m still processing what happened last week. Not so much how it happened -- that’s pretty clear.

"Women are just like men only a little bit better": Andy Dunn on building a men's company in what will become a woman's world

[Editor's note: This piece originally ran on as part of an editorial collaboration with Pando aimed at sharing founders' struggles, challenges, and origin stories with millions of founders across America.] Ten years ago, Andy Dunn was at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business.

I went to visit the man who hoisted a Nazi flag above his SF mansion

San Francisco, yesterday afternoon. They came in cars and trucks, by bike and on foot to ask the the owner of a stately restored Tudor home in San Francisco why he decided to mark the election of Donald Trump by flying a Nazi flag from his rooftop.