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Seventy Nine Dollar Job Listings and Mark Cuban’s Funding(s)

by Larry Chiang on April 25, 2014

LARRY CHIANG, supermodel. Front row at Fashion Week. TORY BURCH show February 8, 2014. NEW YORK CITY

significant arbitrage opportunity. Re Hiring?  Post your job for a limited time for just $79

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Note from the CEO

Tech Cocktail Nation, Happy Friday! 

Friends of Tech Cocktail often ask me to recommend candidates to fill their job openings. We knew this was a problem we wanted to help solve. So… we launched a job board.  

Check out some of this week’s new job opportunities at Distil Networks, the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), Commerce Kitchen, Uber Technologies, and more!  Hiring?  Post your job for a limited time for just $79. 

Before I go, special congrats to our friends at iLumi andZoobean.  They both raised money from investor Mark Cuban in last week’s Shark Tank episode.

Frank Gruber
Chief Executive Officer, Tech Cocktail

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