10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

marc andreessenMarc Andreessen, one of Groupon’s early investors, has since dumped the stock.

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Good morning! Here’s the news:

  • Marissa Mayer has poached another employee from Google. Andrew Schulte, who worked as a product marketing manager at Google, is joining Yahoo as Mayer’s chief of staff.
  • Marc Andreessen, Fidelity and other early Groupon investors have already dumped the stock.
  • Hulu’s CEO Jason Kilar may leave the company as soon as next month, Variety has learned.
  • Yammer’s CEO David Sacks thinks that Silicon Valley as we know it is “coming to an end.”
  • Best Buy has named Hubert Joly as its new CEO. Joly previously ran Carlson, the parent company of several major chains including the Radisson and T.G.I. Friday’s.
  • Google’s Motorola Mobility is trying to ban iPhones, iPads and Macs from the United States.
  • Now Facebook’s bankers are divvying up the $100 million they made shorting the stock.
  • Jason Goldberg, CEO of Fab.com, married his longtime boyfriend over the weekend, and was serenaded at the wedding by Glee star Darren Criss and R&B singer Deborah Cox.
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