Posts Tagged ‘tim o’shaughnessy’

LivingSocial Founder to Lead Graham Holdings, Parent Company of Slate and Kaplan

Tim O'Shaughnessy will guide the former Washington Post Co.

LivingSocial PulseCheck: eBay Exec Named Company’s New CEO

An ongoing series monitoring the fluctuating pulse of D.C.'s online coupon company LivingSocial
The still-alive LivingSocial announced today that Gautam Thakar, a longtime eBay executive, would be its next CEO.
Thakar is currently the general manager for eBay’s overall advertising business, and will take over the top post of the D.C.-based company from Tim O'Shaughnessy, one of LivingSocial's co-founders who announced [...]

LivingSocial PulseCheck: CEO Co-Founder to Step Down

This is part of an ongoing series monitoring the fluctuating pulse of D.C.'s very own online coupon company, LivingSocial.
LivingSocial CEO and co-founder Tim O'Shaughnessy announced today that he's stepping down from his post.
A company spokeswoman told Washington Business Journal that O'Shaughnessy is leaving on his own accord and will be staying on until his successor [...]

LivingSocial Lands $110 Million Investment

No wonder they were dancing. After a 2012 that saw layoffs and $650 million in net losses, LivingSocial announced in a memo today that it has landed $110 million more in funding from investors.
In the memo, obtained by the Post, LivingSocial CEO Tim O'Shaughnessy calls the investment "a tremendous vote of confidence in our business." [...]

LivingSocial “Harlem Shake” Video Is Very LivingSocial

To get inside Washington daily deals giant LivingSocial, you could read "Living LivingSocial," our November cover story on the company. Or you could just watch the LivingSocial Harlem Shake video, which is so LivingSocial I feel like it should get a tax break, then lay off half its dancers.
Some things you didn't know were a part [...]

Laid-Off LivingSocial Employees Will Know by Today, CEO Says

LivingSocial CEO Tim O'Shaughnessy announced wide-ranging layoffs in an email to the company's employees today, confirming reports that the daily deals giant was planning to cut its staff.
In his email, which is in full below, O'Shaughnessy describes the cuts as the result of a "top-to-bottom" review of the company to prepare its finances for 2013. [...]

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