B2B social networking platform Ning has been in talks with Google, Groupon and other companies about being acquired, claims a report on All Things Digital. It suggests that the company is being valued at up to $150 million, which would be a stark contrast to the $35 million that Myspace was sold for recently.
White-label social network platform Ning has announced its latest scheme, Ning Everywhere. One of the main elements is helping its customers – who include a range of big music artists […]
Having transitioned into a premium service for brands and bands to create their own social networks, Ning has two new partnerships to announce. One is with CafePress, allowing people who own Ning networks to sell branded products including t-shirts and mugs to their fans from within their site.
Social networking firm Ning has worked with several music artists to set up their own networks, including Radiohead, 50 Cent and Fall Out Boy. However, it’s been troubled recently, with CEO Gina Bianchini departing, and 40% of its staff laid off…
Social network provider Ning has announced plans to cut 40% of its staff, while also scrapping the free version of its service, which lets bands and brands create their own social networks…
First Owen Van Natta, and now Gina Bianchini. It seems taking the MidemNet stage as a tech CEO is a dangerous business. Ning’s CEO Bianchini has left the company for a new role as entrepreneur-in-residence at VC firm Andreessen Horowitz – which was co-founded by Ning chairman Marc Andreessen.
Ning will launch the one millionth social network created using its technology.