The San Francisco startup formerly known as UberCab has its eye on New York. Uber is looking for an Operations & Logistics Manager as well as a Community Support Manager in the city.
UberCab — now called Uber for legal reasons — contracts with car services to deliver on-demand transport via a mobile app. Users Read More
While print media is slowly losing its rock stars, it looks like the digital world is taking a hit too. George Kliavkoff, the chief digital officer at NBC Universal and one of the people responsible for bringing Hulu into the mix, is leaving the company a year before his contract expires. He announced Read More
The Web is revving its engine for tomorrow’s big night. Here’s where you can tune in on your computer and your iPhone:
ABC News is offering live streams of its own TV broadcast and they’ll have Web cams at the McCain and Obama campaign headquarters. CBS News will be offering Read More
Recently, CBS paid nearly $2 billion to purchase CNET, a San Francisco-based company that owns a diverse network of Web sites.
Was the purchase by CBS a smart idea?
Um, probably not.
That’s the conclusion of James Surowiecki of the New Yorker, who writes about the merger in the current Read More
CBS has just announced plans to acquire online media company, CNET, in a deal worth $1.8 billion.
The press release says: "The acquisition will make CBS one of the 10 most popular Internet companies in the United States, with a combined 54 million unique users per month, and approximately 200 million users worldwide."
Most of Read More