Links 12/1: First Round Capital: State of Startups 2016; 70 years ago, 6 Philly women became world's first digital computer programmers
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EXCLUSIVE: MIKE ALLEN AND JIM VANDEHEI REVEAL THEIR PLAN FOR MEDIA DOMINATION (Vanity Fair)
Ex-Politico chiefs discuss new venture.
AWS stays on 2016 trend with AI product push (Diginomica)
Here's Why Amazon Budged on What It Says Is the Best Cloud Model
Workday Rising: FYQ3 Earnings Offer Surprise Profit; Rev Outlook Beats (Barron's Tech Trader Daily)
Ad tech company AppNexus has filed for an IPO (Business Insider)
Long anticipated IPO planned for NY-based company; First Round Capital was an early backer.
First Round Capital: State of Startups 2016 (First Round Capital)
Entrepreneurs sense power shift back to VCs in annual First Round Capital survey (TechCrunch)
Bullpen closes its third fund at $75 million to back post-seed stage startups (TechCrunch)
Led by bi-coastal Philly area native Paul Martino.
WPP has formed a new unit that wants to create a rival to Google, Facebook, and Apple ID (Business Insider)
WPP's recent purchase of a stake in Princeton-based Invidi could certainly contribute to its plans.
Former baseball stars launch Dugout Ventures (PitchBook)
Who could turn down a term sheet offer from Big Papi?
70 years ago, six Philly women became the world's first digital computer programmers (Philly Voice)
Comcast's Fandango Buys Online Ticket-Seller Cinepapaya (Reuters via Fortune)
Internet of medical things: Malvern heart-tracker maker buys Mass. diabetes firm (Philly.com: Philly Deals)