By Jason M. Lemkin on April 14, 2014
NBC was kind enough to have us back on Press:Here (right after Meet-the-Press) to discuss DropBox’s almost-$1-billion in debt and equity raised this year, Box’s IPO, and beyond that, just what’s Going On in the Enterprise these days. My overall answer: there’s current a Lack of Fear, notwithstanding the (relatively modest) market correction in ’14. […]
By R "Ray" Wang on January 23, 2014
HootSuite Prepares For Enterprise Growth On January 22nd, 2014, Hootsuite announced its acquisition of analytics provider uberVU for an undisclosed sum. The Bucharest, Romania and Cambridge, MA based software company brings 42 employees and over 200 customers to HootSuite. Key insights for customers and prospects include: uberVu provides Hootsuite with enterprise class analytics. uberVU’s technology […]
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By Paul Greenberg on February 3, 2010
There’s no doubt in my mind NBC Universal had to do something given their falling ratings. The former kings of Thursday night TV not only sold themselves to Comcast, who, aside from Frank Eliason’s superb rock star group of customer service people, sit near the bottom of customer service experience ratings all the time, but […]