Street Fight Daily: Stripe’s Big Round, Rabois Resigns From Yelp’s Board

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology.Stripe Bolsters its Mobile Payments Cred With $80M Funding Round (GigaOm)… Icahn Says He Is Prepared for eBay Proxy Fight (Wall Street Journal)… Keith Rabois Resigns From Yelp’s Board (Recode)…

Street Fight Daily: FTC Reviews Waze Deal, Twitter Developing Hyperlocal Ads

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal content, commerce, and technologyGoogle Confirms Antitrust Review of Waze Deal(Wall Street Journal)… Twitter is Developing Geo-Targeted Ads for Retailers (AdAge)… Paton: ‘Bad CEOs and Worse Editors’ Are Trying To ‘Kill Our Future’()…

Survey ‘Paywalls’ May Not Be as Good as They Sound for Local Media

While surveys may be a good source of revenue, it’s not a long-term solution for local news sites:There is an inherent supply-and-demand issue — not very different from the one that arises with online display ads. As more and more publishers adopt Google Consumer Surveys, Google can begin dropping its publisher payout because it has enough supply…

Street Fight Daily: ‘Find My Friends’ on Facebook, DFM Considers Paywall

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal content, commerce, and technology.Facebook Is Said to Create Mobile Location-Tracking App (Bloomberg)… Digital First Media is Working on Paywalls, Even Though It Really Doesn’t Want To (PaidContent)… Will “Stalking Apps” Be Stopped? (Time)…

Street Fight Daily: Paton Opens Up, LivingSocial To Slow M&A

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal content, commerce, and technology.For Paton, Bankruptcy for Journal Register Is ‘Embarrassing’ but Necessary (New York Times)… LivingSocial to Slow Acquisition Pace (Reuters)… Paying the Apple Way: It’s Coming, But Not Likely on New iPhone (Wired)…

Street Fight Daily: Groupon’s Free-Fall Continues, Svpply to Local

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal content, commerce, and technology.Free-Falling Groupon Has Its Problems but Bankrupacy Talk Is Bunk (All Things D)… Svpply’s Store Explorer Lets You Window Shop From Your Phone (Fast Company)… Location, Personalization Key Factors in Mobile Advertising Triumph (Mobile Marketer)

Street Fight Daily: Foursquare Coupons, Edo’s Real-Time Offers

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

Edo Launches Real-Time Local Offers Platform, Tied To Your Bank Card (TechCrunch)…

Foursquare Joins the Coupon Craze (Wall Street Journal)…

Four Reasons Why Andreessen Horowitz Is Investing $10 Million in Belly (AllThingsD)…

Brady: If Print Is 85% of Your Revenue, You’re Terrible at Selling Digital

Six months ago, online news guru Jim Brady (formerly of TBD and washingtonpost.com) took over as editor-in-chief at Digital First Media with the mandate of focusing the newsrooms of the company’s papers on a, well, “digital first” model. Street Fight recently caught up with Brady, to talk about what it takes to win hearts and minds of veteran journalists, and why the business side comes first…

Local Quotables: Gary Cowan, Patrick Kitano, Clara Shih and more…

The best words about and around the hyperlocal industry. Don’t dismiss local newspapers’ brand equity with audiences, says Ron Blevins from hyperlocal agency Novus. Datasphere’s Gary Cowan notes that hyperlocal news only exists because of some great software platforms; Jed Kleckner from Delivery.com brings out the environmental benefits of hyperlocal; and the Journal Register’s John […]

Street Fight Daily: 11.14.11

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal media, technology, advertising and startups...

25% of American Adults Use Location-Based Services (ReadWriteWeb)Journal Register’s John Paton: Newspapers’ Digital Apostle (New York Times)

Local Quotables: BJ Emerson, John Paton, Matt McAlister and more…

The best words about and around the hyperlocal industry. Lots of talk about Groupon this week — its friends-and-family start; who its competitors are; what merchants think. Yipit’s Jim Moran makes a quip about the Groupon-Living Social rivarly. In non-Groupon news, John Paton extends an apology in response to a controversial Journal Register article, and […]