Broadband provider Speakeasy has hired Bruce Chatterley as its president and chief executive starting Sept. 2. Speakeasy’s founder and chief executive, Mike Apgar, will move to the position of lead strategist and will remain chairman, the Seattle company said.
Jay Hollett was newly hired, and I was his mentor, so he sat next to me and asked a lot of questions. We were going out on a smoke break and he had a question about what to do on one of those judgement calls.
Speakeasy launches the Wi-Fi sharing service, NetShare, to its customers.
After their infamous battle with Napster, Metallica decided to take the reigns of how their music was distributed digitally by partnering with Speakeasy to release it on the internet.
Through a partnership between the band and Seattle-based Internet service provider Speakeasy, music fans can now get their hands on previously unheard Metallica recordings online.
[contentcards url=”http://www.dslreports.com/shownews/28905″ target=”_blank”] DSL Headbangers Metallica strikes Speakeasy Deal by Karl Bode Metallica, the band that created sparks on the information superhighway after scrapping with file trading service Napster, has struck a deal with DSL provider Speakeasy to offer live concerts and assorted other head-banging goodies on-line. The band’s latest album will contain an activation […]
The success of Speakeasy was often written about; this piece tracks the history of the company as it grew from local internet cafe to nationwide ISP.