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FBI Looking For Bay Area Tech Talent
If you’ve always dreamed of cracking codes and nabbing cybercriminals, now may be your chance to join the FBI. Mike Sugerman reports, visting if(we) to get the team's take on the FBI competing with startups for technical talent. No dogs? No nerf-gun wars? Might be a tough sell for this crew.Read more on CBS5 KPIX
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World Series: Giants fans sneak out of work early to hit pubs for Game 1 (VIDEO)
KTVU visits if(we) HQ and other San Francisco spots, showing how locals are watching the World Series games at work and around The City. (Tune in to 1:53 to check us out!)Read more on KTVU TV 2
Wall Street Journal
Social Network Tagged Rebrands as an App Incubator
The San Francisco-based company has renamed itself if(we), said Greg Tseng, the company’s co-founder and chief executive. Along with the new corporate moniker, the startup plans to shift its focus away from the Tagged social network and into developing a variety of new mobile and social apps, he said.Read more on Wall Street Journal
Tagged Ditches IPO Plans, Acquires Tinode And Renames Itself if(we)
Tseng believes this shift is a chance to go back and essentially start over. “We’ve been working on social for more than a decade and experimenting is in our DNA. We’re excited to return to our startup roots on a quest to create the next billion user social product.Read more on TechCrunch
Big data projects: To build or to buy?
Sometimes buying just makes good business sense. That's how Johann Schleier-Smith, CTO and co-founder of the social media site Tagged.com in San Francisco, weighs technology investments.Read more on TechTarget
Mobile Dentist’s Office Keeping Bay Area Tech Workers’ Teeth Clean
Bay Area tech companies offer many different perks to keep up employee productivity, and now they’re bringing the dentist to the office. Studio Dental partners with companies like Tagged by bringing a dental office on wheels to the company’s headquarters in San Francisco.Read more on CBS5 KPIX