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Friday, October 12, 2012
Startup Marketplace Connects Fashion Brands With Boutiques
Klout Adds Support for Facebook Pages
Bing Partners With Klout, Marrying Search and Influence

Shutterstock Ends First Day of Trading Up Nearly 30%
Thursday, October 11, 2012 2:11 PMSeth Fiegerman
Shutterstock, an online marketplace for stock photos, went public on Thursday and enjoyed a strong first day of trading. The company filed for IPO at $17 a share and saw its stock rise more than 30% in trading before closing the day at $21.66, a...

70+ Events in Publishing, Technology and More
Thursday, October 11, 2012 12:31 PMJennifer Shore
Whether you're looking to make industry contacts or learn the latest trends in advertising, technology and media, Mashable's Events Board has something for you. We picked four of the latest events to be listed to give you an idea of the...

Hipmunk Founder Adam Goldstein Answers Your Questions [LIVE CHAT]
Thursday, October 11, 2012 10:50 AMScott Gerber
Goldstein is the co-founder and CEO of Hipmunk, the travel search site. Prior to establishing Hipmunk in 2010, Goldstein co-founded BookTour with Wired's Chris Anderson. He graduated from MIT in 2010 with degrees in electrical...

Peek Makes Planning Your Next Vacation a Little Easier
Thursday, October 11, 2012 9:03 AMEmily Price
Going on vacation is fun, but planning for that vacation often isn't. A new startup launching Thursday called Peek is looking to simplify how you plan trips, offering a curated, handpicked list of things to do while traveling in a new place. The...

Kickstarter Expands to the UK
Thursday, October 11, 2012 6:34 AMThe Daily Dot
Aspiring artists, musicians, and inventors in the United Kingdom will now have another tool at their disposal to make their dreams a reality: Kickstarter. The crowdfunding platform announced yesterday via a blog post that it is expanding its...

Fab Remakes Itself as a Mobile-First Company
Thursday, October 11, 2012 5:00 AMSeth Fiegerman
Jason Goldberg has already remade his company once -- turning it from a social network for gay men into the design-focused deal site we know today. Now, Goldberg, Fab's founder and CEO, is in the process of remaking Fab again, this time...

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