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Box SVP Sam Schillace shares how he quickly and cheaply experimented on an app no one wanted–that became the basis for Google Docs. In 2005, along with colleagues Steve Newman and Claudia Carpenter, Sam
Jason SurfrApp is the founder of IWearYourShirt and author of Creativity For Sale. Want to read more of his writing? Go to MoreJason.com. I can remember it clear as day. The first year of IWearYourShirt
Uber, Pinterest, Snapchat and BuzzFeed all share a not-so-secret weapon in the talent wars: Greenhouse. The recruitment optimization SaaS turns hiring into a science, and guides them through where to job
Aaron Hall is the Associate Director of Naming at Siegel+Gale. While naming your new tech product or company can be a lot of fun, it certainly isn’t easy. When approaching naming for the first or tenth
Ariel Rosenthal is a co-founder at Xprt, a new startup looking to save people the hassle and the headache of doing extensive research before buying a product. I don’t know if you ever experienced a eureka