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2 Y Combinator-backed startups are feuding over an ad campaign, and it’s yet another example of how San Francisco startups compete in the city’s ultra-crowded tech market

Onboarding startup Rippling bought targeted ads in San Francisco taking a shot at its competitor, Gusto, and whether it’s capable of growing with companies as they scale. The ad reads: “Outgrowing Gusto? Presto Change-o.” Rippling’s comparative advertising is legal, as long as what is stated therein is accurate. But Gusto […]
2 Y Combinator-backed startups are feuding over an ad campaign, and it’s yet another example of how San Francisco startups compete in the city’s ultra-crowded tech market
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Silicon Valley’s newest startup trend? Shoeless office policies.

Silicon Valley startups are offering no-shoes office policies, allowing employees to spend the workday in house slippers, socks, or barefoot. It’s the latest trend that embodies the region’s famous pared-down office culture. Here’s what it’s like in the shoeless offices of Silicon Valley. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. […]
Silicon Valley’s newest startup trend? Shoeless office policies.