Ripple plans to defend itself against an expected SEC lawsuit over allegedly breaking investor-protection laws while selling its cryptocurrency, XRP. In a series of tweets, Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse blasted the SEC’s decision to sue his firm right before the holidays. “Ripple has and will continue to use XRP because […]
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Brad Garlinghouse, now the CEO of YouSendIt, just listed it for sale.
[credit provider=”Scott Beale/Laughing Squid” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/laughingsquid/256133445/”] Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s chief strategy for turning around the Web giant comes down to one thing: people.To start what she calls a “chain reaction,” Yahoo must first hire talented designers and engineers, who will then build great products, which will then attract large audiences, which […]
This post originally appeared on LinkedIn. Follow Brad on LinkedIn. [preserve] [/preserve] [preserve] [/preserve] In 2006, as an executive at Yahoo! I wrote an internal memo outlining my observations about the state of the company and suggesting some dramatic remedies for getting it back on track. The primary point was […]
File sharing site YouSendIt is having an awesome year and its CEO Brad Garlinghouse just gave each employee an iPad Mini to show them his thanks.
[credit provider=”Flickr/dfarber” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/farber/1407892306/sizes/o/in/photostream/”] Former AOL and Yahoo executive Brad Garlinghouse has now been at the helm of file-sharing company YouSendIt for about six months.In that time, he’s already developed some strong opinions about his competitors—especially Box and its voluble CEO, Aaron Levie.
[credit provider=”Flickr/dfarber” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/farber/1407892306/sizes/o/in/photostream/”] Brad Garlinghouse, CEO of file-sharing startup YouSendIt, thinks that Yahoo’s hiring of Marissa Mayer was “not only bold but potentially brilliant.” Yet he also warns that she’s taken on a big job. So he told a crowd at the Fortune Brainstorm conference happening this week in Aspen, Colo.
Brad Garlinghouse is a former Yahoo executive known for his “peanut butter manifesto,” where he criticised Yahoo for spreading itself too thin across too many products, like a bad peanut butter sandwich.
[credit provider=”Flickr/dfarber” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/farber/1407892306/sizes/o/in/photostream/”] Brad Garlinghouse is clearly happy he left AOL. Garlinghouse has taken a new job as CEO of file-sharing startup YouSendIt. He talked to Business Insider about his old job as AOL’s president of commerce and applications and head of its Silicon Valley office, which he quit in December.
Brad Garlinghouse is hungry.
Here are several ex-Yahoo executives chiming in on Yahoo’s current situation on Bloomberg West last night — everything from the company’s lack of a clear vision to the fact that its profitability is a problem.
[credit provider=”dsearls” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/docsearls/593355362/#/photos/docsearls/593355362/lightbox/”] It has been a rough week for AOL.First came news that Brad Garlinghouse, the west coast product boss, is quitting.
Brad Garlinghouse, AOL’s President of Commerce and Applications and the head of its Silicon Valley office, is quitting.