Posts tagged “Lulu”
When you start a company with a product or service to sell, Bob Young, co-founder of Red Hat and Lulu.com, told a packed room at the All Things Open conference at the Raleigh Convention Center: "You don't sell a product's features, you sell benefits." He also offers more advice. What is it? WRAL TechWire's Allan Maurer has the details for our Insiders in this exclusive report.
More than 400 investors, entrepreneurs and private equity professionals gather for the Association for Corporate Growth's annual Capital Conference at which "Made in the Triangle" is the theme. WRALTechWire's Jason Parker has the inside story.
Yahoo hacked; Lulu's deal; Google earnings rise; Amazon's miss; Nintendo health?; Cree's new board member; Verizon deal OK'd
In our Bulldog Blog's latest technology news: Yahoo has been hacked; Lulu strikes a licensing deal; Amazon's earnings miss; Google's earnings keep growing; Cree adds to its board; Zynga buys U.K. firm; Nintendo's move to health care; Cree board; Verizon-Vodaphone deal. wins approval.
Lulu acquires Durham-based Replay Photos to bolster image publishing; firm, employees relocate to Raleigh
Lulu, the self-publishing venture owned by Red Hat co-founder Bob Young, is expanding its commitment to photography and imagery capabilities by acquiring Replay Photos in Durham. The deal has already closed and Replay's employees have relocated to Lulu's Raleigh headquarters.
Top prize in the NCSU Entrepreneurshiop Initiaitve competion goes to a startup using technology developed at NCSU for chip substrate defect reduction.
Bob Young will back the business startup competition over the next five years. NCSU will call the program "The Lulu eGames."
In an interview with Bloomberg news, the co-founder of Red Hat and CEO of Raleigh-based self-publishing firm Lulu says he relishes the chance to compete with Amazon as a publisher.
Lulu’s owner Bob Young fuels growth of his self-publishing venture with the publishers he had threatened to disintermediate. “In effect, we are creating the world’s biggest bookstore,” the co-founder of Red Hat says.