Chegg Set to Go Public Tomorrow in Next Post-Twitter Tech IPO

Which came first: The chicken or Wall Street investors?

Seven Questions About Security for Kleiner Perkins’ Ted Schlein

As threats change, so must the approach to security. Get used to it.

Student Hub Chegg Files for IPO, Aiming to Raise $150 Million; Expands Board

From offline book rental to a public offering.

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Chegg’s Brent Tworetzky Becomes EIR at Shasta Ventures

Brent Tworetzky, who led Chegg’s e-textbook effort and was previously the company’s director of product management, is leaving to become an entrepreneur in residence at Shasta Ventures. Tworetzky had previously been an associate at the venture capital firm. He is also the husband of Randi Zuckerberg.

Yahoo CEO Search in Final Stages, With Levinsohn and Kilar in Lead

For goodness sake, Yahoo board: Pick already!

Gigwalk Expands Beyond Organizing Odd Jobs

The start-up is beefing up its software to do more than just allow companies to find and parcel out jobs to iPhone-packing part-timers.

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Textbook Renter Chegg Raises $25 Million

Chegg, the on- and off-line textbook rental service, has raised $25 million in an inside round. A PR rep for the company says the money will be used for the “growth of the business and is lead by existing investors.” Chegg says insiders aren’t selling shares in conjunction with the raise.

A Day Before Apple’s Education Event, Chegg Points Out That Digital Textbooks Are Already Here

A new e-textbook reader from one of many players that’s already chasing the nascent market.

Ex-Yahoos Getting Downloaded by PE Firms and Others on Possible Deals

Former employees are good for something, apparently!

Exclusive: Yahoo Hires Heidrick & Struggles for CEO Search

According to sources close to the situation, Yahoo has hired Heidrick & Struggles for its CEO search. I am, naturally, waiting by the phone for the call.

Exclusive: Chegg Buys Cramster