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New York’s Internet Boom: Smooth Sailing or is a Bubble Coming? (#IWNY)

New York's Internet Boom: Smooth Sailing or is a Bubble Coming? (#IWNY)

Amid celebrations at Internet Week NY this week, comes concerns about the future of Internet firms and whether there's a tech bubble forming in NY. Over a period of a year, there were over 160 startups that began and settled in NY (many locating their companies in the Flatiron/Silicon Alley area) [Full Story…]

Buddy Media Acquires Spinback, Adds Metrics Tool To Offerings

Buddy Media Acquires Spinback, Adds Metrics Tool To Offerings

Buddy Media, the NY-based Facebook page management software startup, yesterday announced their acquisition of Spinback, a social media metrics tool. The acquisition will enable Buddy Media to tell companies what sharing and "like"-ing means to their bottom line. The financial details of the [Full Story…]

Hippeau Becomes HuffPo’s New CEO

Hippeau Becomes HuffPo's New CEO

The Huffington Post has announced that Eric Hippeau, a New York based managing partner at investor SoftBank Capital and a member of the HuffPo board, will be joining the company as its new CEO. Hippeau comes on board with an extensive tech and media background, as he was chairman and CEO of [Full Story…]

Internet Week: The Deal Speaks With NYC Startups

Internet Week: The Deal Speaks With NYC Startups

As part of Internet Week, The Deal.com put together a short video interviewing several of New York's entrepreneurs and people from its tech start-up scene about what makes NYC great for tech startups. The video includes Drop.io's Sam Lessin, Spark Capital's Bijan Sabet, KPG Ventures' [Full Story…]

Buddy Media Sees Big Revenue for 2009

Buddy Media Sees Big Revenue for 2009

Buddy Media, a New York company that develops social media apps for advertisers to put on sites such as Facebook and MySpace, claims that it is on track to post a 300% increase in revenue compared to 2008.  Recently the company also hired  Andrew Goldberg of XM Radio for sales, business [Full Story…]

Facebook Success Drives Developers’ Businesses

Facebook Success Drives Developers' Businesses

Several New York-based developers' businesses have thrived from successful applications they have created for Facebook. Buddy Media: Social networking applications for brands like Reebok and FedEx allowed it to secure $8.5 million in funding from the likes of PayPal's Peter Thiel and grow to 30 [Full Story…]