ICANN & GDPR Thursday Session at WSIS Forum 2018, Geneva (video)

WSIS – 15 years of impact:

ITU video above published Mar 2, 2018: The WSIS Forum is constantly evolving and strengthening the alignment between the WSIS Action Lines and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The 2018 Forum will serve as a key platform for discussing the role of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) as a means of implementation of the SDGs and targets, with due regard to the global mechanism for follow-up and review of the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

Highlights Video #1: WSIS FORUM 2018

ITU video above published Mar 19, 2018: First highlights video from the WSIS FORUM 2018, ITU, Geneva, Switzerland.
More than 2,500 information and communication technology (ICT) experts from around the globe are in Geneva for the World Summit on the Information Society Forum 2018 (WSIS Forum 2018), which runs March 19-23, and is co-organized by ITU (itu.int), UNESCO (unesco.org), UNCTAD (unctad.org) and UNDP (undp.org), in close collaboration with all UN agencies.

WSIS Forum 2018 is focusing on sustainable development trends and inclusive ICT initiatives in key United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) priority areas such as health, hunger, education, youth inclusion, employment, gender empowerment, the environment, infrastructure and innovation. Participants include at least 500 high-level policy-makers from 150+ countries, including government ministers and experts, civil society leaders, academics, business leaders and international organizations.

Agenda | WSIS Forum 2018 (with links to LIVE & replay video)

Highlighted Thursday March 22, 2018, sessions (all times CET):
  • Session 197 | WSIS Forum 2018: ICANN, Data Protection and the GDPR: 16:30–18:15 [starts 11:30 am EDT (US)] Proposed Agenda: 1) Introductions and Objectives of Workshop – Moderator Tarek Kamel, ICANN 5m; 2) ICANN and GDPR  - A way forward for WHOIS  - Theresa Swinehart, ICANN 30m; 3) Global Data Protection Developments; 4) Roundtable discussion on Data Protection and GDPR  40m; 5) Wrap up 5m.
See also Friday's session Session 138 | WSIS Forum 2018: ICANN, the Government Advisory Committee (GAC) and Capacity Building: 09:00–10:45, Friday, 23 March 2018.

Recent correspondence from ITU Secretary-General to ICANN CEO:

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Charles Schwab: The Fed Still A Long Way From Normalizing Interest Rates

UPDATE: FOMC Live Press Conference March 21, 2018
LIVE 2:30 pm EDT March 21, 2018

Federal Reserve Monetary Policy:

3/21/2018 Federal Reserve Board and Federal Open Market Committee release economic projections from the March 20-21 FOMC meeting

3/21/2018 Federal Reserve issues FOMC statement (0.25 increase), excerpt:
"In view of realized and expected labor market conditions and inflation, the Committee decided to raise the target range for the federal funds rate to 1-1/2 to 1-3/4 percent. The stance of monetary policy remains accommodative, thereby supporting strong labor market conditions and a sustained return to 2 percent inflation."
The Fed is still a long way from normalizing interest rates says Charles Schwab:

FoxBusiness.com video above published Mar 16, 2018:  Charles Schwab Corporation founder Charles Schwab discusses the Fed, President Trump’s tariffs plan and the impact on the U.S. labor force.

NASDAQ Composite UP +6.68% this year (since close of trading in 2017).
The Fed | 2018 Meeting calendars and information:
March 20-21* -- March 21 at 2:30 p.m. EDT:  FOMC Meeting Press Conference
May 1-2
June 12-13*
Jul/Aug 31-1
September 25-26*
November 7-8
December 18-19*
*Meeting associated with a Summary of Economic Projections and a press conference by the Chair.

Chairman Powell Introduction Video

Federal Reserve Board video above published Feb 5, 2018. Chairman Powell's bio.

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Brand Building & Brand Strategy vs Decline in Advertising (video)

Professor Scott Galloway's Micro Class on Brand Strategy

L2inc.com video published Mar 1, 2018: Forget about traditional advertising, here's where you should be investing your advertising budget instead.

Google and Facebook dominance forecast to rise | ft.com: "Tech duopoly to account for 84% of online advertising spend this year, forecasts report." Editor's note: But how effective is it?Infographic: Websites See Drastic Decline in Facebook Traffic | Statista source: Statista

Auto-generated transcript via YouTube.com:
00:01 this week a summary of the first few
00:04 classes in my brand strategy course so
00:06 loosely speaking think of a brand as all
00:09 the touch points that create emotional
00:10 and tangibles surrounding a product
00:13 there are three basic categories or
00:16 three basic ways to build a brand
00:17 there's pre-purchase purchase and post
00:20 purchase pre-purchase advertising public
00:23 relations the things we typically
00:25 consider brand building purchase where
00:27 you actually buy the product
00:29 distribution in the store and then post
00:31 purchase loyalty programs customer
00:34 service warranties what do we see
00:36 happening pre-purchase which has been
00:38 massively over invested is in structural
00:41 decline why because advertising stocks
00:43 and the advertising industrial complex
00:46 is collapsing young wealthy people ie
00:48 anybody a brand wants to reach have
00:50 decided to opt out of advertising which
00:52 has become the tax that the poor and the
00:55 technologically illiterate pay what does
00:56 this mean for you it means if you're a
00:58 brand you need to reallocate capital out
01:00 of pre-purchase into purchase or post
01:02 purchase so we take that capital out of
01:04 pre-purchase which is the Ricky move and
01:07 brand strategy and we allocate it
01:08 towards the medium whose death has been
01:10 greatly exaggerated and that is stores
01:12 the gangster move of the last 20 years
01:15 that has created more shareholder value
01:16 than any decision in the history of
01:18 business with Steve Jobs crazy
01:20 irrational decision to zag while everyone
01:23 was zigging and take money out of
01:24 advertising and allocate it into a
01:26 medium that was dying specifically store
01:28 this is our store and the first quarter
01:32 of the store has our home section and
01:35 our Pro section with all our great Pro
01:37 products and every product we make is in
01:40 this first 25 percent of the story and
01:42 see the whole product line stores are
01:44 the consummation of a relationship you
01:47 hear about somebody a good family nice
01:49 fun to be around and pre-purchase
01:51 through advertising but the physical
01:53 interaction the first kiss sex with the
01:57 product who we personify and have a
01:58 relationship with is at the store you
02:01 have sex with Tom Brady or Giselle you
02:03 go into an Apple store you go into a
02:05 Samsung store Samsung distribution which
02:07 is an AT&T; or Verizon store that's
02:09 having sex with a guy named Roy with a
02:11 nametag in bad lighting
02:13 you know what this is yes that is a ten
02:16 times larger than life replica of your
02:17 penis that's how the various point of
02:21 distribution stores are more and more
02:23 strategic and wealth
02:25 square footage and stores will decrease
02:27 the amount of money spent on each square
02:30 foot relatively will increase the other
02:32 gangster move post purchase warranties
02:35 some sort of guarantee some way of
02:37 getting data it's really post purchase
02:40 intelligence where we take data from the
02:42 purchase and use it as a means of
02:44 whipping the consumer back around to
02:46 that purchase funnel again think of the
02:48 clock as being an axis unfurled across X
02:53 Y or an x axis pre purchase purchase and
02:57 post purchase we want you to have a bias
02:59 we want to lean the axis this way
03:02 take money and allocation in your own
03:04 human capital out of pre purchase and
03:07 either put it in to purchase the stores
03:09 are under invested you can still make
03:10 money in retail in stores as long as
03:12 there's an omni-channel and we do click
03:14 and Collect but really try and get to
03:16 post purchase who are the best brand
03:18 builders in the world hands down Tobacco
03:20 take a product whose primary benefits
03:22 are death disease and disability and
03:25 turn them into the most aspirational
03:26 brands that make us bill tough and cool
03:29 and you have the best branders in the
03:30 world why are they the best brands in
03:32 the world because we turn them into the
03:34 best brand builders in the world when
03:35 they were advertising on television our
03:37 mothers our sisters and our daughters
03:38 kept dying and so we said that's it
03:41 we're pissed off you can no longer
03:43 advertise so what do they do they took
03:45 all of this capital and they allocated
03:47 it to purchase and they put cute
03:48 pictures of camels and bodegas at
03:50 distribution just about the time this
03:53 was losing its effectiveness good for
03:54 them but here's what happened our
03:56 sisters our daughters and our mothers
03:58 kept dying so we said that's it no more
04:00 cute camel Joey points of purchase just
04:03 as this was starting to lose some
04:04 momentum and they built the largest
04:06 databases in the world and when they
04:07 since you were stopping smoking they
04:09 started sending you Marlboro points or
04:10 coupons to get you back into the
04:12 franchise the original CRM database
04:15 marketers tobacco companies there are
04:17 exceptions to every rule pre purchase ad
04:20 supported media is not going away it's
04:22 just going to be a place to work or in
04:24 as a matter of fact I'll be watching at
04:26 supported media tonight I'll give you
04:29 one hint we'll see you next week
04:47 [Music]

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World's Five Richest Tech Companies Facing Techlash (video)

Why world's richest tech companies are facing a 'tech-lash'

Financial Times (ft.com) video above published Mar 12, 2018: The world's richest tech firms like Amazon, Apple and Facebook are able to store their vast wealth in overseas tax havens, one reason that most Americans believing they need more regulation

Apple $AAPL, Alphabet (Google) $GOOG $GOOGL, Amazon $AMZN
Microsoft $MSFT, Facebook $FB

See: Facebook failing, Zuckerberg and Sandberg absent--"Facebook is facing its biggest test ever -- and its lack of leadership could sink the company"--CNBC.com: "Facebook's reaction to a year of scandal has vacillated between defensive cluelessness and aloof silence. Users are getting the message that information they post on Facebook can be used in ways they did not intend, and usage is starting to decline. Meanwhile, executives are selling shares like crazy, including a plan by Mark Zuckerberg to sell almost $13 billion worth of shares by mid-2019."

See also: The techlash against Amazon, Facebook and Google—and what they can do - A memo to big tech | economist.com

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News Review | EU GDPR & ICANN WHOIS, What's Next? Timeline

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Domain Mondo's weekly internet domain news review (NR 2018-03-18) with analysis and opinion: Features •  1) EU GDPR & ICANN WHOIS, What's Next? Timeline, 2) Other ICANN news: ICANN 61, ICANN62, 2018 ITU Plenipotentiary Conference,  and more, 3) Names, Domains & Trademarks: Starting A Business, Logo, Name & Brand4) ICYMI: United Internet, Malware, Human Rights Online, 5) Most Read.

1) EU GDPR & ICANN WHOIS, What's Next? "Timeline needed by March 23, 2018"
source: ICANN.org presentation March 15, 2018, at ICANN61 (see embed below)
Editor's note: The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was adopted on 27 April 2016, and after the two-year period allowed for transition, will become enforceable 25 May 2018. Sanctions for violations include substantial penalties. In my 12 Questions for 2018 (published 31 Dec 2017) I asked:
"6.  Will ICANN be ready for EU GDPR compliance on 25 May 2018?"
 Short answer: "No," based on ICANN's 15 March 2018 presentation referenced above and below.

Who Is Afraid of More Spams and Scams? | KrebsOnSecurity.com March 18, 2018: “Asked for his take on the chances that ICANN and the registrar community might still be designing the [WHOIS] vetting system this time next year, [ICANN SSAC Chair RodRasmussen said '100 percent'."

From ICANN61 session ICANN GDD: Registry & Registrar GDPR Compliance Model Thursday, March 15, 2018, 12:30-1:30 pm EDT:
More information:
Lastly, the ICANN61 GAC advice was not what ICANN wanted to hear--excerpt:

2) Other ICANN news
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a. ICANN61 | San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 10-15, final wrap-up:
Question to ICANN: Where's the ICANN data showing geographic distribution, by country and ICANN region, of (a) domain name registrations, and (b) domain name registrants? Where are you publishing this data specifically on your website?
Answer (paraphrased): ICANN doesn't have or collect this data, although it could.
In other words, ICANN is clueless when it comes to the geographic distribution of domain name registrations and registrants, ICANN's true "customers" who directly, and indirectly, fund ICANN. Next time ICANN says some area is "underserved,"  ask, "where's the data" that supports that statement. Because ICANN does not have the data, it often confuses "lack of demand" with "underserved." Many areas have little demand, in total or per capita, for gTLD domain names, for a variety of reasons having nothing to do with ICANN's remit, including economic, cultural, government censorship and internet shutdowns, unaffordable or unavailable internet connectivity, etc. The data in the Domain Mondo post Domain Name Registrations and the Global Internet Population is dated 2011-2013, but even then was enlightening: "The majority of domain names (78%) are registered in Europe or North America (US alone has about 33% of all registrations); Asia has 13%, Latin America 4%, Oceania 3%, and the Middle East and Africa combined 2%." ICANN is willfully data ignorant for a reason--incompetent ICANN management mostly hired or promoted by the former ICANN CEO whose primary criterion was cronyism (see "Now hiring"). Without the accountability of data, it is easy to become an empire-builder and justify all kinds of wasteful spending while rationalizing cuts to the organization's core mission, particularly when you are a new CEO:
 ICANN CEO: Why I Love the International Office Strategy
  • Whatever Happened to SSR2? See 13 Mar 2018 Letter from SO/ACChairs to Khaled Koubaa,  SO/AC Chairs SSR2 Facilitator, excerpt: "We ask further that this be prioritised by the OEC so that the facilitator's appointment - and thus the re-start of SSR2-RT - can take place as soon as possible, and no later than 1 May for scheduling to take full advantage of face to face time at ICANN62."  [Editor's note: Follow-up on SSR2 maillist and SSR2 wiki.]
Finally, as a follow-up to my previous (Feb 11) post, News Review | ICANN61 & Puerto Crypto, San Juan, Puerto Rico, not everyone packed up and left San Juan after ICANN61 ended--here's a video of Damaris Rivera, Puerto Rico Advantage, at Blockchain Unbound 2018 this past week in San Juan:

SiliconANGLE.com video  published Mar 17, 2018: Damaris Rivera, Puerto Rico Advantage (domain: PRAdvantage.com), talks with John Furrier at Blockchain Unbound 2018 held at San Juan, Puerto Rico March 14-16  (Blockchain Unbound was formerly called Puerto Crypto). More info: Puerto Rico lures blockchain industry to help fund its comeback | cnbc.com 16 March 2018.

b. Next up: 
ICANN62 | Panama City | Policy Forum 25-28 Jun 2018.

c. 11 March 2018 Letter from ICANN CEO Göran Marby to ITU's  Houlin Zhao re 2018 ITU Plenipotentiary Conference:

d. 10 March 2018 Letter from Brian Winterfeldt to Cherine Chalaby, Manal Ismail, Göran Marby, and Rod Rasmussen re: "Critical RAA Violation; GoDaddy Port 43 Whois Masking & Throttling Programs."

e. Webinar on ccNSO Rejection Action Guideline: Recordings and Slide Deck | Country Code Names Supporting Organisation (ccNSO) | ICANN.org: ccNSO Procedure for the Exercise of the Empowered Community's rights to Reject Specified Actions explained and discussed, to ensure ccTLDs are aware of their own roles and responsibilities, those of the ccNSO as a whole and of the ccNSO Council. See the recording and the slide deck used during the webinar.

f. New gTLDs .LLC, .INC, .LLP, .GAY, .MUSIC, .CPA, .HOTEL, .MERCK: Roadmap for Consideration of Pending Reconsideration Requests Relating to Community Priority Evaluation (CPE) Process That Were Placed On Hold Pending Completion of the CPE Process Review 15 Mar 2018: roadmap-reconsideration-requests-cpe-15feb18-en.pdf [pdf 30 KB]

3) Names, Domains & Trademarks
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a. How to Start Your Own Small Business - Women Small Business Owners | cosmopolitan.com: "... And lock down a URL [domain name]. Typically, [brand name]+[industry] setups work well (for example, MILKmakeup.com) ..." [Editor's note: I generally recommend getting a .COM domain name and do this before registering your name with a government office or making public your name, and by all means, do your 'due diligence' before registering the domain, avoid trademark infringement, etc.]. See also: Branding and Trademark Series: Building a Brand | Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP | JDSupra.com.

b.  Is the logo still the most important part of a brand's image? | designweek.co.uk: "... Perhaps the name now has a bigger role in defining a brand. It’s not just how a brand looks but also how it sounds ... Market research company ComScore estimates that 50% of all searches will be completed by speaking by 2020. If people can’t pronounce the name, then how can they possibly request it from a voice assistant like Alexa or Siri?"

4) ICYMI Internet Domain News 
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a. United Internet AG ETR: UTDIRalph Dommermuth, billionaire founder and CEO of United Internet (subsidiaries include 1and1.com, uniteddomains.com, internetx.com, sedo.com), challenging Deutsche Telekom to team up on German fiber broadband reports Reuters.com.
United Internet AG brands
Sedo | United Internet AG | united-internet.de: "Sedo operates in Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States with its own branches and serves around 2 million customers from these locations."

b. Malware: Potent malware that hid for six years spread through routers | ArsTechnica.com: "Nation-sponsored Slingshot is one of the most advanced attack platforms ever."

c. Protecting human rights online: new guidelines on internet intermediaries | coe.int: "The Council of Europe today adopted policy guidelines addressed to its 47 member states on the roles and responsibilities of internet intermediaries such as search engines and social media."

d. Sri Lanka communal clashes: US urges Colombo to unblock internet services; China calls Emergency 'internal matter' | Firstpost.com

5) Four most read posts this past week (Sun-Sat) on DomainMondo.com: 
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-- John Poole, Editor, Domain Mondo 

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Tech Review | Blockchain Unbound, San Juan, Puerto Rico (video)

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Tech Review (TR 2018-03-17)--Domain Mondo's weekly review of tech news with commentary, analysis and opinion: Features • 1) Blockchain Unbound, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 2) Google Bans Crypto Ads, Bitcoin Prices Slammed, 3) Investing: The WeekInvesting Notes4) ICYMI Tech News.

1) Blockchain Unbound, San Juan, Puerto Rico (video)

Miko Matsumura, Evercoin | Blockchain Unbound 2018

Miko Matsumura, Founder Evercoin (domain: evercoin.com); Venture Partner BitBull Capital (domain: bitbullcapital.com), interviewed by John Furrier at Blockchain Unbound 2018 (domain: blockchainunbound.com) in San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 14-16. SiliconANGLE.com video published Mar 15, 2018.

Fred Krueger, WorkCoin | Blockchain Unbound 2018

SiliconANGLE.com video published Mar 15, 2018: Fred Krueger, Founder & CEO, WorkCoin, interviewed by John Furrier at Blockchain Unbound 2018.

2) Google Bans Crypto Ads, Bitcoin Prices Slammed

CNBC.com’s Seema Mody reports on the drop of many cryptocurrencies and highlights from a cryptocurrency investor conference, Blockchain Unbound, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 15, 2018. See Financial Services: New restricted financial products policy (June 2018) | google.com: "Cryptocurrencies and related content."

Note also: IMF head Christine Lagarde shares a plan to regulate cryptocurrencies through "Know Your Customer" requirements that combine biometrics and machine learning--Addressing the Dark Side of the Crypto World | IMF.org.

3) Investing
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The Week: S&P 500 closed up Friday--U.S. February industrial production jumped 1.1 percent, the largest increase in four months--Ignore the Noise, this bull market is showing a lot resilience in the face of so much DC drama accentuated by a click-hungry mainstream media circus:
S&P 500: UP almost 3% in 2018 (as of market close March 16. 2018)
Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist of CFRA (domain: cfraresearch.com), revealed this week "the investment research firm just voted to lift its 12-month target for the S&P 500  to 3,000, from 2,800."--MarketWatch.com March 15, 2018. 
"[T]he biggest surprise - for the second month in a row - was the surge in US stock purchases by public and private foreign entities, which in January amounted to a whopping $34.5 billion (of which official entities bought $952MM while private entities bought $33.5BN), the second highest monthly total on record, and smaller only compared to the record foreign buying in May 2007, when offshore entities bought a record $42 billion"-- ZeroHedge.com March 15, 2018.
Wall Street's Charging Bull
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Investing Notes:

4) ICYMI Tech News:
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  • Broadcom Post-Qualcomm: some analysts say San Jose-based Xilinx Inc (XLNX.O) and Israel’s Mellanox Technologies Ltd (MLNX.O) may be Broadcom's next takeover targets.
  • US Court rules data breach victims can sue Yahoo: 3 billion users--US District Judge Lucy Koh rejected Verizon's motion to dismiss many of the claims filed against Yahoo, which is now owned by Verizon.
  • Donald Trump was the toast of Nordic boardrooms on Tuesday morning, after he blocked Broadcom Ltd.'s proposed acquisition of Qualcomm Inc. Telecom equipment giants Nokia Oyj and Ericsson AB depend on Qualcomm for crucial chipsets used in their networks--Bloomberg.com.

-- John Poole, Editor, Domain Mondo  

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ICANN61 San Juan, Puerto Rico: GAC Communique & ICANN61 Tweets

Editor's note: ICANN61 ended in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Thursday, March 15. Below is the GAC Communique issued March 15 by the Governmental Advisory Committee (GAC), as well as a selection of tweets courtesy of @sgdickinson.

1) ICANN 61 GAC Communique:

2) ICANN61 Report via Tweets
FY19 ICANN Budget:
CCWG-Accountability WS2 jurisdiction report:
GAC vs ICANN Board re 2-letter country codes at second level:
See also on Domain Mondo: News Review: ICANN61 March 10-15, San Juan, Puerto Rico (video of Public Forums, Board Meeting, ICANN Org Executive Team, and session on GDPR)

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How a Steel Box Changed the World: A Brief History of Shipping (video)

How a Steel Box Changed the World: A Brief History of Shipping

As the container shipping industry continues to boom, companies are adopting new technologies to move cargo faster and shifting to crewless ships. But it’s not all been smooth sailing and the future will see fewer players stay above water. Wall Street Journal (wsj.com) video above published Jan 24, 2018.

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Alibaba $BABA Shores Up Food Delivery Network With Ele.me Takeover

Alibaba Shores Up Food Delivery Network With Ele.me Takeover

Alibaba $BABA seeking to buy out Baidu and other investors in Chinese startup Ele.me to shore up its delivery network. Bloomberg's Lulu Chen reports on "Bloomberg Technology" (Feb 26, 2018).

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DoorDash Will Be in Every North American City in Two Years, Says CEO

DoorDash Will Be in Every North American City in Two Years, Says CEO

Bloomberg.com video above published Mar 2, 2018: Tony Xu, DoorDash's chief executive officer, discusses how the company plans to use the proceeds from SoftBank's investment. He speaks with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."

SoftBank Invests $535M in DoorDash Delivery App

Bloomberg.com video published Mar 1, 2018: SoftBank’s Vision Fund is leading a $535 million investment in DoorDash delivery app. Bloomberg's Olivia Zaleski spoke to Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."

DoorDash  (domain: doordash.com) is an on-demand restaurant delivery service founded in 2013 by Stanford students Andy Fang, Stanley Tang, Tony Xu and Evan Moore.
  • DoorDash Headquarters: San Francisco, CA
  • CEO: Tony Xu (2013–)
  • Founded: February 2013
  • Number of employees: 350
  • Type of business: Privately held company

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Benchmark VC Bill Gurley on the VC Landscape and Uber (video)

Benchmark's Bill Gurley on VC Landscape and Uber

Bill Gurley, Benchmark Capital (benchmark.com) general partner, discusses the current venture capital landscape and his views on Uber with Bloomberg's Emily Chang and Selina Wang at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference in San Francisco on February 14, 2018.
Selected tweets and retweets by Bill Gurley @bgurley

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