Business Insider Celebrates Release of 2012 "Silicon Alley 100" List





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Published on Oct 24, 2012

On Wednesday, October 24, Henry Blodget, CEO and Editor-in-Chief of Business Insider, will ring the NYSE Opening Bell to celebrate Business Insider's 2012 "Silicon Alley 100" list recognizing innovators in the NYC Tech Community. The SA 100 list, which will be released on October 25, is comprised of individuals in the New York City digital community who are making a positive impact in the sector ( i.e. launched a startup, created a product, funded a company or donated a money or time to a worthy cause related to the tech sector).

NYSE Euronext, a sponsor of the event, is proud to partner with Business Insider to recognize individuals who are innovators in the technology community. Last year's Silicon Alley 100 winners include notables such as: AOL CEO & Chairman, Tim Armstrong; Founder & CEO of Gilt Groupe, Kevin Ryan; Buddy Media CEO, Mike Lazerow; Foursquare Co-Founders, Dennis Crowley and Naveen Selvadurai; Co-Founder of the Huffington Post & Editor-in-Chief AOL, Arianna Huffington; ZocDoc CEO and Founder, Cyrus Massoumi; Co-Founder of BetaWorks & Partner Union Square Ventures, Andy Weissman; Tumblr CEO John Maloney and Founder David Karp; and many more.

On Thursday October 25th from 6:30pm - 8:30pm, Business Insider and NYSE Euronext are co-hosting a cocktail reception on the NYSE Trading Floor to celebrate the digital community in NYC and the Silicon Alley 100.

About Business Insider:
Business Insider is a fast-growing business site with deep financial, media, tech, and other industry verticals. The flagship vertical, Silicon Alley Insider, launched on July 19, 2007, led by DoubleClick founders Dwight Merriman and Kevin Ryan and former top-ranked Wall Street analyst Henry Blodget. One year after launch, many more verticals joined Silicon Alley Insider, from Clusterstock to Money Game, The Wire, and more. The verticals have been relaunched under one brand to focus on building the leading online business news site for the digital age. There are no subscription fees or production delays. Business Insider is dedicated to aggregating, reporting, and analyzing the top news stories across the web and delivering them to you at rapid-fire pace.


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