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‘Being in the belly of the beast at HuffPo drained me,’ co-founder says

Atlantic Wire Former Huffington Post co-founder and current BuzzFeed founder/CEO Jonah Peretti explains the difference between the two Internet news startups: I got excited about The Huffington Post. But after doing it for a while, it got exhausting. I … Read more
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