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Xiaomi's action cam bests a GoPro Hero for half the price

Engadget – Steve Dent | @stevetdent | – Feb 28, 9:00 PM – Xiaomi has unleashed a 399 CNY ($64) action cam onto unsuspecting cats in China, but will it join the Mi band in the US? The Yi Camera actually trumps the specs of GoPro's entry-level camera with 1080P, 60fps video and 64GB of memory at about half…

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Marissa Mayer Has Completed Step One

Medium – Steven Levy – Mar 2, 7:00 AM – It is sunset in Sunnyvale, but Marissa Mayer's day is far from over. She has a keynote presentation at a mobile ad product launch coming up in a day, and the conference room near her corner office on the Yahoo campus shows evidence of careful…
Kim-Mai Cutler 'I never play the gender card. The moment you play into that, it's an issue,' -- Marissa Mayer t.co/6jSm4VfBYt
Jessica Guynn RT @dmac1: So much for Yahoo's work-from-home ban. David Pogue complained about commute & got a green-screen studio in his house t.co/zPbANabRA1
Doug MacMillan So much for Yahoo's work-from-home ban. David Pogue complained about commute & got a green-screen studio in his house t.co/zPbANabRA1
Danny Sullivan RT @StevenLevy: .@Yahoo is 20 today. Here's my exclusive report from inside the company on how @marissamayer's turnaround is going. t.co/IzKjN6od0R
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$41 billion car company Uber just launched a quarterly print magazine, Momentum

businessinsider.com Alyson Shontell (@shontelaylay) – Mar 2, 11:11 AM – Uber, the $41 billion ride hailing company, is launching a quarterly print magazine for its 150,000 drivers, Momentum. The publication, which Uber employees devised and put together over the past five months, is launching in six markets: Boston…
Raju Narisetti Most smart digital transaction-only businesses embracing content as customer engagement tool: on @Uber's new magazine t.co/2Ok2kVD5re
Steve Rubel RT @NiemanLab: Uber is launching a print magazine called 'Momentum' t.co/QocNnjXU0o
Doug MacMillan RT @ajs: Uber just launched a quarterly print magazine, Momentum. t.co/ohaDShoZ5H t.co/aRyuLu1VLc
Nieman Lab Uber is launching a print magazine called 'Momentum' t.co/QocNnjXU0o
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Working Their Way Around Male VC Dominance

Wsj.com – Jonathan Krim – Mar 1, 4:44 PM – It's hard to believe, but the number of women at venture capital firms—the primary financial engines of Silicon Valley—is going from terrible to worse. Here's what should not be a surprise: A handful of resourceful female investors…
WSJD Here's how 26 investors that 'just happen to be women' are working their way around male VC dominance t.co/HftfiK43sE by @jkrim
Scott Austin The percentage of VC partners who are women has fallen to 6% from 10% in 1999. t.co/7sVOE7o56J
Doug MacMillan RT @jkrim: How some women work around male VC dominance in Silicon Valley. A column from me. t.co/LA2IYXjvxv via @WSJD
Scott Austin RT @ScottThurm: How some women VCs navigate their male-dominated industry, and live to invest t.co/aI1XhQYO8y via @jkrim
MIT Sloan Experts RT @jkrim: How some women work around male VC dominance in Silicon Valley. A column from me. t.co/LA2IYXjvxv via @WSJD
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Tinder Takes a Swipe at Generating Revenue

WSJ – Georgia Wells – Mar 2 – Starting today, dating app Tinder will finally be monetizing by offering an optional upgrade to enable users to second guess their most recent swipe. Tinder Swiping is free on Tinder. Taking it back will cost you. Tinder Monday said it had begun…
Laura Stevens RT @donal888: Good story, great headline: Tinder Takes Swipe at Generating Revenue t.co/Wrpx5qdMkZ via @WSJD
Geoffrey Fowler RT @donal888: Good story, great headline: Tinder Takes Swipe at Generating Revenue t.co/Wrpx5qdMkZ via @WSJD
WSJD RT @donal888: Good story, great headline: Tinder Takes Swipe at Generating Revenue t.co/Wrpx5qdMkZ via @WSJD
Don Clark Good story, great headline: Tinder Takes Swipe at Generating Revenue t.co/Wrpx5qdMkZ via @WSJD
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Mark Zuckerberg's Keynote at Mobile World Congress - Live Blog

WSJ – Sam Schechner – Mar 2 – Here's what Mark Zuckerberg will see when he takes the stage at #mwc15. http://t.co/EmOcJUxfA5 pic.twitter.com/0rtJ9spFVw — Lisa Fleisher (@lisafleisher) March 2, 2015 Meanwhile, Google did confirm it is planning its own wireless service. I…
Scott Austin RT @lisafleisher: Here is another pic of people sleeping and empty seats at this Zuckerberg "keynote" #MWC15 t.co/y1YQipJlaE t.co/1FLuO6XTlH
WSJD "Laughter as Millicom's Zanotti accidentally refers to Facebook as Google. Zuckerberg smirks." Our liveblog: t.co/iUxECC0xnE #MWC15
Gráinne McCarthy Zuckerberg faces the crowd at Mobile World Congress. @samschech @lisafleisher et al live-blogging. t.co/aC7Zd3nOa9
Geoffrey Fowler RT @tgryta: Follow Zuckerberg's keynote with 3 mobile operators on @wsj live blog NOW #MWC15 t.co/s3yLBUxsUn
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Fewer Women Run Big Companies Than Men Named John

nytimes.com – Justin Wolfers – Mar 2 – Fewer large companies are run by women than by men named John, a sure indicator that the glass ceiling remains firmly in place in corporate America. Among chief executives of S.&P. 1500 firms, for each woman, there are four men named John, Robert…
Faine Greenwood RT @bydanielvictor: There are more men named David running large companies than women named anything t.co/sZO1a08rOb t.co/kczgj7olHe
Clara Jeffery RT @DLeonhardt: There are more big-company CEO's named John than named ... all women's names combined. t.co/BprsXJ2NA3 t.co/3wS7DFlwnX
Elizabeth Holmes What. RT @moiraforbes: Wow: "fewer companies are run by women than by men named John." t.co/xkO74hVceP
Moira Forbes Wow: "fewer companies are run by women than by men named John." t.co/ETN3UYNUJM
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Fewer Women Run Big Companies Than Men Named John

nytimes.com – Justin Wolfers – Mar 2 – Fewer large companies are run by women than by men named John, a sure indicator that the glass ceiling remains firmly in place in corporate America. Among chief executives of S.&P. 1500 firms, for each woman, there are four men named John, Robert…
Adam L. Penenberg RT @MGranovsky: Fewer Women Run Big Companies Than Men Named John t.co/wkzqFOujFz cc @dinamedland
John Bradley So no more blaming my failures on my dull name? "Fewer women run big companies than men named John": t.co/NSJCiJt8L2 via @UpshotNYT
mhelft RT @ceciliakang: Fewer Women Run Big Companies Than Men Named John t.co/zxq0ahOGih via @UpshotNYT
Hayley Tsukayama RT @ceciliakang: Fewer Women Run Big Companies Than Men Named John t.co/zxq0ahOGih via @UpshotNYT
Heidi N Moore RT @JustinWolfers: Most common names of CEOs of large firms: 1 John 2. David 3. ANY WOMEN'S NAME AT ALL 4. Robert t.co/cdJwzd5AKs t.co/cssZ0hU9E9
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Nasdaq Hits 5000; Stocks Rise

Wsj.com – Dan Strumpf – Mar 2, 7:35 AM – The Nasdaq Composite climbed above the 5000-point level for the first time in almost 15 years on Monday, marking a milestone in the revival of an index that once was synonymous with dot-com excess but which now reflects a broad swath of global…
Scott Thurm RT @NickTimiraos: Of the top 5 Nasdaq stocks, only one was there when Nasdaq last closed above 5000 t.co/XqtEAEqPCT t.co/o88XMDCxir
Brian Fitzgerald Hard to wrap my head around that it was last at this number around 15 years ago. 'Nasdaq hits 5000' t.co/xhGbYlZeXv
John Battelle Nasdaq hits 5000 for first time since dot-com era t.co/d8HwAQAz8w via @WSJ
Brian Fitzgerald RT @murraymatt: Nasdaq hits 5000 for first time since dot-com era t.co/yw1kiqLkOR via @WSJ
Brendan Moran Time to party like it's 2000. t.co/aat38uce1o 5 things to know about the road back: t.co/fs9eU6Lmx3 via @WSJMoneyBeat
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PayPal to Pay $280 Million for Paydiant, the Startup Behind Walmart's Apple Pay Competitor

recode.net – Mar 2, 8:04 AM – PayPal isn't giving up on payments in brick-and-mortar stores. The eBay payment unit plans to acquire Paydiant, a payments startup that licenses a technology platform used by big retail chains to create their own branded mobile wallet apps.
John Paczkowski RT @DelRey: PayPal, cut out of Apple Pay in stores, will pay $280M to buy startup that powers Walmart's Apple Pay competitor t.co/9Ji7N3Pngf
Mike Dudas PayPal's acquisition of @Paydiant makes a lot of sense. I can see alignment between @PayPal and MCX merchants: t.co/hS8IxqyrED
CNBC Now ALERT: PayPal to buy the startup behind Wal-Mart's Apple Pay competitor for $280M - t.co/EFu1oT6YEW • $EBAY (via @Recode's @DelRey)
Andrew Miller Congrats to my former m-Qube boys for pulling it out with Paydiant! Another Pay Pal/Boston acquisition. t.co/zuQmJJTNF3
Techmeme PayPal to Pay $280 Million for Paydiant, the Startup Behind Walmart's Apple Pay Competitor t.co/5VvjKEnj5a t.co/dAdEp80JXu
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Working on the Race Beat

newrepublic.com – Jamil Smith – Mar 1, 4:00 PM – In November 2013, Tanzina Vega, a young reporter for The New York Times, pitched Jill Abramson, the paper's then-executive editor, the idea of devoting a reporting beat on the national desk to coverage of race and ethnicity. Abramson liked the…
Mediagazer News organizations shouldn't just promise to "cover race"; they should dedicate a beat to it t.co/gkJ9Gqr4A8 t.co/gUU1PD8Beb
Michael Morisy RT @JamilSmith: A race beat does not ghettoize coverage in journalism. It shows the publication thinks race matters. My essay: t.co/iOFKZgR716
Heidi N Moore Excellent example of how to do media coverage without Twitter sniping, and a view towards positive outcomes. t.co/iqCXxmGfjk
Brian Stelter RT @JamilSmith: A race beat does not ghettoize coverage in journalism. It shows the publication thinks race matters. My essay: t.co/iOFKZgR716
Jay Rosen RT @JamilSmith: A race beat does not ghettoize coverage in journalism. It shows the publication thinks race matters. My essay: t.co/iOFKZgR716
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