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#SFSNYC: Patch has Grown Up ‘Enormously,’ Says Webster

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In a fireside chat with Forbes' Jeff Bercovici at the Street Fight Summit on Tuesday, Patch's co-founder and president, Warren Webster, defended his closely watched hyperlocal network, denying reports that the AOL property was struggling to sustain its rapid growth.

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#SFSNYC: Solving the Local Data Problem

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“The job of getting local data right, much less international data, is bigger than any one company,” said Tyler Bell, VP of product at Factual, during an afternoon panel discussion at the Street Fight Summit.

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#SFSNYC: Making Hyperlocal Media Work

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Amid a body-strewn battlefield on which even the smartest media companies have fallen, some founders of post-2009 start-ups, Leela de Kretser, publisher of DNAinfo (New York and Chicago); Zohar Yardeni, CEO of Daily Voice (suburban and rural New York state and Massachusetts); and Josh Fenton, cofounder of GoLocal24 (throughout New England); discussed ways to beat the curse during a panel discussion at the Street Fight Summit in New York City...

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#SFSNYC: PayPal’s Walt Doyle on Navigating the “Purchase Pretzel”

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During his morning keynote at the Street Fight Summit onTuesday, Walt Doyle, GM of Paypal Media Network, took a deep dive into eBay's $3 billion push into local, demonstrating both the opportunities and the frustrations of that space...

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