Careers site Glassdoor conducted a report titled the Top 25 Most Difficult Companies to Interview. Tech companies make up almost half the list.
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Editor’s Pick “Mobile analytics is a brand-new field, and no clear winner has emerged yet,” Segment.io cofounder Peter Reinhardt says. “So we made it incredibly easy to try them all.”
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Infusionsoft raises a whopping $54 million for its custom, all-in-one sales and marketing automation software.
Forget about consumer IPOs: The vast majority of companies expected to go to the public markets in 2013 will be business-focused.
A look at the deals that transpired from dusk to dawn on this first Monday in November
Inbound marketing software business HubSpot has raised $35 million in fresh funding to help it grow quickly, a sign that the six-year-old company could be readying to go public.
Ries, who cofounded IMVU, and served as a venture advisor at Kleiner Perkins, pioneered the “lean startup” philosophy, which is based on originally Japanese concepts of waste-free processes.
Maybe software *is* eating the world.
Or at least the world of marketing, where marketing automation tools such as Hubspot and Marketo are being added to traditional database marketing, customer relationship management systems, and emerging social media marketing tools.
In seven days, HootSuite and HubSpot are teaming up to make history, and it’s not about how many interCaps the two partNers can jam into their names.
Oneforty, entrepreneur and marketer Laura Fitton’s Twitter-for-businesses startup, was snapped up by marketing company HubSpot today.