From MarketWatch, “Endurance International Group Holdings Inc. EIGI, +61.27% announced Monday a deal to be acquired by private-equity firm Clearlake Capital Group L.P., in an all-cash deal valued at $3 billion, including debt.” If you’ve been paying attention, this was in my Morning Coffee: WordPress Business Happenings two weeks ago!
You may not know the company as easily as you know some of the brands: cPanel, Plesk, and WHMCS. WebPros Appoints Jens Meggers as Chief Executive Officer.
First I have to thank David Fisher of RockStar Consulting, for allowing me to repost in its entirety his article today, Acting Perfectly in an Imperfect World. Second, why I really like this post is because it definitely applies to more than just politics. With that, the full post: It’s the day before the national […]
In some great news for independent WordPress hosting and infrastructure, Convesio and Steadfast are joining forces to push performance and the WordPress-as-a-Service model (WPaaS) …
No I didn’t go out and see a movie this weekend, but Tyler Cowen of Marginal Revolution did, “If you have studied Steven Bram’s book Biblical Games (and his other writings), this film …
Friday’s are about the greater open source community (yes WordPress may get mention as we do today) but it’s an attempt to provide knowledge about projects and tools which you may not think of day to day. Enjoy!
It’s Thursday so ecommerce, WooCommerce, all the commerces! There are some interesting events that you can still sign up for to expand your horizons: first thing this morning we have Demo Day 2020 ,the final show of Kiuas Accelerator – showcasing the 16 most promising early-stage startups in Finland. Also concurrently we have the last day of 5to9 (I’ll be speaking at 11am CT), and finally WordPress London Meetup 12th Anniversary this afternoon.
Sometimes the topics are a bit random and getting them to tie together can be tricky, so today where going with TLWs (three letter words). Ok, not actually words but abbreviations, heckle elsewhere. We have business, technology, and community represented.
Even though the usual conference season for the rest of 2020 is well, not. There are some highlights coming up and actually the lack of an almost weekly event is a bit of relief given the Zoom fatigue that has permeated especially the tech industry.
So first, the weekend newsletter Pot of Coffee is open for business, catchup on what you may have missed during the week. Second, Monday’s will be focused on a bunch of topics that are not more focused on WordPress, ecommerce, agencies, or open source. You’ll see more about hosting, infrastructure, and the financial side of […]