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Scribd

Scribd is a digital library providing subscription service for e-books, audiobooks and other documents.

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Adrian Lienhard

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Alex Bernardin

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Allison Carlson

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Amy Dacker

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Angel Cravalho

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Anuj Nijhawan

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Augie Hill

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Baris Yaman

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Barry Kwok

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Bill Tai

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Bill Umoff

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Chetana Deorah

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Chris Agerton

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Chris Polis

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Courtney Greene

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Craig Sherman

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David Feldman

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David Halloran

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David Sacks

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David Stainton

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Dmytro Ilchenko

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Dorris O'Brien

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Edward Kinsey

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Elizabeth Dielentheis

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Elliott Bisnow

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Anthony Ha
November 25, 2019
TechCrunch
Scribd has raised $58 million in new funding led by growth firm Spectrum Equity. The company first launched as a document-sharing service in 2007 before creating an e-book subscription in 2013. It now offers access to a library of e-books, audiobooks, newspapers and magazines for $8.99 per month. (Access is unlimited for most subscribers, but [...]
Anthony Ha
June 26, 2019
TechCrunch
Subscription e-book and audiobook service Scribd is unveiling a new content type that it calls a Snapshot -- a distillation of a nonfiction book's key points, which can be read or listened to in 15 minutes or less. In fact, although it's only announcing Snapshots today, Scribd says it's already created around 500 of them, [...]
Anthony Ha
April 3, 2019
TechCrunch
Scribd is moving into the original content business with the release of "Mueller's War," a book by journalist Garrett Graff looking at the prosecutor's time as a marine in the Vietnam War. CEO Trip Adler revealed earlier this year that the subscription e-book and audiobook s...