Legal proceedings tend to be pretty dull, but the one filed against Color yesterday is a major exception.
With accusations of threats and intimidation, the Color story is getting more and more interesting by the day.
Guest Post It’s appalling what passes for “successful entrepreneurship” in the press or the Valley, but it’s not their fault.
Editor’s Pick What’s going on at Color? No one, not even Color itself, seems to know.
Forty-one million dollars in funding should be a blessing. For troubled Silicon Valley startup Color, which launched with a bang a year-and-a-half ago, the substantial investment seems to have been more of curse.
Color was once an iPhone app for sharing photos with people near you. Now, founder Bill Nguyen says it’s a Facebook app for sharing photos and video.
Remember Color? Back in March, the mobile startup caused a stir when it raised $41 million — an awfully big funding for a mobile app. Since then, little has emerged from the company beyond a handwritten note on the company’s Palo Alto headquarters.
It looks like mobile photo- and video-sharing startup Color has lost one of its seven co-founders: Peter Pham, the company’s president.