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Dex Media Focused on Digital Growth

Dex Media plans to spend 2014 moving past the integration phase that occupied much of last year, and into an execution phase focused on dialing in the right digital product set for small-business advertisers. The result should be an improving…

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More Exec Changes at ReachLocal Amidst Advertiser Growth

We're watching ReachLocal  closely, and note some changes at the company. Reach has been pushing the envelope as it transitions from a company that is largely dependent on reselling search and display to one that has a deeper relationship with…

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Leadership Shuffle Ahead at Hibu

Hibu will go through a leadership shake up early next year, an aftermath of the recent takeover of the company by lenders. Today we learned that Hibu Chairman Bob Wigley will leave the board, to be replace by Alfred Mockett,…

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Italy’s Seat PG Says Unable to Pay Debts

Seat Pagine Gialle, Italy's leading directory publisher, has announced it is insolvent and unable to meet its debt obligations. Specifically, the company was not able to meet its 2013 debt obligations totaling 200 million euros. Seat will now seek protections…

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DexOne: It’s All About Bundles

On today's Q3 earnings call, DexOne CEO Alfred Mockett made it clear that bundles are central to Dex's hopes of arresting its revenue declines. The company grew its digital bookings by 26 percent in Q3 and expects to end 2012…

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Sounding Off on Facebook’s IPO: The BIA/Kelsey Webinar

via CNN If anybody wonders whether the considerable “legs” of Facebook justify a valuation now set for $83 billion, have a listen to a terrific BIA/Kelsey webinar on Facebook’s IPO, featuring Trada CEO Niel Robertson Wildfire CEO Victoria Ransom and…

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Filing: LivingSocial Lost $558 Million in 2011

LivingSocial, in a battle with Groupon and other deal providers to gain (and keep) market share, lost an eye popping $558 million beyond its $245 million in net earnings, according to a regulatory filing by Amazon.com, which owns 31 percent…

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