More Hyperlocal Investment Content Coming to Street Fight

Over the last six months, our Hyperlocal Investment Report newsletter has aimed to guide investors through this new industry, to give context and insight into the market potential of pre-public companies, and to synthesize activity in the public markets as well as in private placement, venture capital, mergers and acquisitions, private equity and the like. With this issue, we’re moving it from a paid product to delivering this content on our public website for free, to engage in broader discussion around key issues in hyperlocal investing.

Street Fight Daily: Hyperlocal Shopping at Sears, Pirq for Apple Staffers

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal content, commerce, and technology...

Sears Rolls Out Hyperlocal Shopping Site (Crain’s Chicago Business)…

Want To Know What Apple Will Do Next In Mobile Commerce? Check Out The Pirq It’s Giving To Employees (TechCrunch)…

The Real Reason Foursquare Finally Decided To Pursue Revenues Now (Business Insider)…

Foursquare’s Biz Dev Chief Decamps for Andreessen Horowitz

Tristan Walker, who pioneered some of the company’s most innovative partnerships, announced today that he is leaving the location-based social networking company. He joins Pinterest co-founder Paul Sciarra, who left the ecommerce startup to become an EIR at Andreessen Horowitz early last month…