Social review site Yelp has a big problem: Angry small-business owners. This week, Yelp published a fiery blog post defending itself, yet again, against claims that it extorts money from small-business owners.
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Google is developing plans to build its own wireless network in emerging markets, Amir Efrati at The Wall Street Journal reports.
Publicis Brussels has created an ad for the Belgian suicide prevention line, Centre du Prevention de Suicide, that makes creative use of the pre-roll skip ad feature.
Yahoo has submitted a bid to buy Hulu, Peter Kafka at All Things D reports.
There's no word on the price.
Real-time bidding, or RTB, is a style of programmatic buying in which digital advertising opportunities are auctioned off in real-time.
One of biggest criticisms of Steve Jobs was that he was not very philanthropic.
While he became a billionaire thanks to Pixar, he wasn't known as an activist like Bill Gates who pledged to donate the bulk of his fortune to causes he believed in.
About four years after it launched, Meetup decided to charge for its services, which allow users with common interests to organize face-to-face meetings offline.
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Paul Adams, Facebook's global head of brand design (and a former Google alum), has left the company to take a position with Intercom, a company that makes customer communications, messaging, and analytics tools.