10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

Ben SilbermannPinterest CEO Ben Silbermann can’t be happy about Facebook’s newest product.

Good morning. News time: 

  • Games startup Kixeye fired some people for acting racist.
  • Former Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz shares her thoughts on the board that fired her and Marissa Mayer
  • The Times has a package of stories about how the medical profession is embracing technology like apps and iPads.
  • Zynga’s first huge game was Poker, and the executive in charge of it just left.
  • Buzzfeed has a staff of 150, up from 26 in 2011. It says it will triple revenue this year.
  • AOL has re-launched Games.com
  • Facebook goes straight after Pinterest with a new product called Collections.
  • Amazon’s deal with Epix may change the way video content deals are done forever. Forever!
  • Bravo aired the first episode of its reality TV about Silicon Valley last night. People wondered where the Indians and Asians went.
  • Meet Twitter’s CFO, whose job is to help Twitter avoid Facebook’s fate.

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