Uber and Airbnb are raiding public companies for talent. Has Google learned its lesson after Techtopus?

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Mike Issac of the New York Times had a story yesterday that detailed yet another consequence of the growing herd of unicorns: Existing public tech companies are getting raided for talent by younger, hotter companies that can promise riches of an upcoming IPO.

Guess who is the most aggressive? That’s right! Uber. The company synonymous with the word “aggressive” (if we’re being euphemistic.)

And who’s getting the most hit? Google, which Issac says is particularly vulnerable given the shift it’s undergoing to Alphabet...

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12 gorgeous record stores worth raiding on Record Store Day

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It’s Record Store Day, which means you have an excuse to obsess over beautiful record stores

Since 2007, Record Store Day has been a widely celebrated event for lovers of vinyl. Shops all around the world participate, while hundreds of musicians release limited-edition vinyl for the occasion. Some of the most coveted highlights include releases from MC Lyte, The Doors, Bob Dylan and Chet Atkins, Record Store Day founder Chris Brown tells Mashable. Quirkier releases include drops from the Residents, A-Ha and GWAR.

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