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Gilt Founder Kevin Ryan’s New Startup Zola Wants To Reinvent The Wedding Registry

We’ve been wondering what stealthy startup Gilt, AlleyCorp and 10Gen founder Kevin Ryan has been working on after he revealed that he was expanding his empire a few months ago at Disrupt NY. We’ve learned Ryan is staying in the e-commerce space but going in on a lucrative vertical — weddings. Meet …

Mobile, Social Newsreader Flud Finds A Home In The Enterprise With A SharePoint & Yammer-Integrated Service For Both Private And Public Content

The newsreader business has undergone major shifts in recent months. Flipboard has emerged as the consumer’s preferred mobile magazine, Pulse was acquired by LinkedIn for $90 million, Google Reader is shutting down, and now another early entrant, Flud, has refocused on the enterprise market. The …

Another Win For Flat Design As Facebook Gives Its F Logo & Other Icons A Flatter, Cleaner Look

Facebook has given its main “f” logo icon a makeover, flattening the design by removing the pale blue bar along the bottom, which gave the icon a reflective sheen/slight 3D effect, as well as moving the position of the f so it now bleeds right off the bottom. The overall effect is a simplified, …

Penguin Settles With EU On Apple E-Book Pricing Case To “Clear The Decks” For Random House Merger

Penguin has offered, and has confirmed to us that the European Commission has accepted, a settlement with the EC over the agency pricing model for e-books — a case the stretched back to last year and involved Penguin, along with Hachette, Macmillan, HarperCollins and Simon & Schuster, as well as …

Love Home Swap, The Members Club For Swapping Houses, Gets Into Rentals

Love Home Swap, a U.K.-based startup that appeals to homeowners that want to trade their places, is getting into proper rentals.<p>The company, which launched about a year and a half ago, was operating on a member subscription model. People would pay to get access to a network of homeowners that were …