Street Fight Daily: Gannett Buys Rest of Cars.com, Angie’s List Struggles

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology…Gannett Buys the Rest of Cars.com for $1.8 Billion (Businessweek)… Why Angie’s List Is In Trouble (Time)… PayPal Taps an Outsider to Push It Into a New Era (New York Times)…

Street Fight Daily: Amazon’s Local Ambition, The On-Demand Obsession

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technologyPredicting Amazon’s Secret Plans in Physical Retail (Recode)… On-Demand Beauty Apps Are on the Rise (Wall Street Journal)… Airbnb To Reveal Names Of 124 Hosts To New York’s Attorney General (Fortune)

Street Fight Daily: LivingSocial CEO to Step Down, Court Rules Against Yelp

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology.LivingSocial CEO Tim O’Shaughnessy Stepping Down (Washington Post)… Court Rules That Yelp Must Unmask the Identities of Seven Anonymous Reviewers (Atlantic)… What Does the Closure of O2 Wallet Say About the Future of Mobile Payments? (GigaOm)…

LivingSocial CEO: Our Business Isn’t ‘Daily Deals,’ It’s Ad Dollars

“We realized with the asset base that we had that we should be able to do other things and leverage it into new areas,” said Tim O’Shaughnessy at Street Fight Summit on Thursday in New York. “How do we take the hundreds of thousands of merchants that we work with, the tens of millions of customers that we have, this big salesforce, and a technology team and figure out new ways to get customers through the doors of merchants.”

After Harrowing Ride, LivingSocial Raises $110 Million to Press On

In a memo to employees on Wednesday, CEO Tim O’Shaughnessy said the company raised a new round of funding from “existing investors.” O’Shaughnessy did not say whether Amazon, which wrote down its $175 million investment in the company in Q3, had invested in the latest round…

Street Fight Daily: Ebay’s Same-Day Delivery, Google Localizes Political Spend

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal content, commerce, and technology.EBay Debuts Same-day Delivery Service from Local Retailers, ‘eBay Now’ (Venture Beat)… Google Takes Political Online Ads Local, Allows Campaigns To Target Congressional Districts (TechCrunch)… LivingSocial’s Tim O’Shaughnessy on the Power of Decisions (Entrepreneur)…

Street Fight Daily: 02.08.12

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

LivingSocial CEO Says 80% Of Businesses Are Willing To Do More Than One Deal (If Asked) (Business Insider)…

Klout Makes Its First Acquisition: Local-Mobile App Blockboard (GigaOm)…

So, Is Advertising on Yelp a Ripoff or Not? (ScreenWerk)…

Local Quotables: BJ Emerson, Joe Meyer, Tim O’Shaugnessy and more…

In this week’s column, of all people, the VP of technology at Tasti-D-Lite, BJ Emerson, turned a sharp tongue on location-based services at the LocNav conference in San Jose (“they used to call it ‘stalking'”). Jim Brady talked scale; Joe Meyer described the realization that there was a business in local companies; and one small business owner cleverly noted that Twitter and Facebook don’t do a local merchant much good “if people don’t know where you are located.” Read all of this week’s the wise words and wise-cracks around and about the hyperlocal industry.