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Google is not the biggest website in the world. It’s No. 2. Do you know who’s No. 1? Hint: It’s another American company.
Via Business Insider
Saavn, the Indian music service whose President and COO Malhotra is, took a different route and started with Android. An iPhone app did come next, but Saavn doesn’t stop there: The company is now working on clients for BlackBerry, Symbian and the feature-phone platform J2ME. BlackBerry alone could get the company two million new users.
Facebook. Google. Zynga. They think they are the saints of American capitalism. But they’re really the successors to the Big Money magnets of the Gilded Age.
Silicon Valley likes to think of itself as morally exceptional. When Google went public in 2004, the Internet search company’s wunderkind founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, penned a letter to prospective shareholders that has become the Internet industry’s version of the Magna Carta. In it, they pledged that Google was “not a conventional company” but one focused on “making the world a better place.”
Full story at The Daily Beast
A few months ago, OMGPOP was about to go bust. Its Facebook games weren’t performing and prospects were so bleak, CEO Dan Porter was forced to lay off several of the startup’s flash developers.