May 18, 2012

Rise of the Tech Bandits: AllThingsD & Sarah Lacy, the Business Reporters
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Technology

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When Sarah Lacy launched the oddly named PandoDaily earlier this year, the goal was to dislodge Silicon Valley kingmaker TechCrunch, New York media heavyweight AllThingsD, and Wall Street-friendly Business Insider as the daily source of business technology news. Those are three formidable competitors and PandoDaily was competing on the West Coast turf of TechCrunch, Lacy’s ex-employer. But Lacy had a couple of aces up her sleeve, in the form of TechCrunch founder Michael “The Dark Knight” Arrington and his earnest Robin, M G Siegler. Unfortunately, the dynamic duo were forced out less than three months later by Lacy. Meanwhile, AllThingsD superheroes Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg have been on a tear this year, often scooping TechCrunch on important business news in the technology sector.
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