Outright is Out of Here!

The successful and recently acquired startup left Mountain View on Jan. 7, 2013.

It's every startups dream.

Either the business grows up on its own and eventually becomes a publicly-traded company like LinkedIn or it's instead acquired by a larger, more established company with deep pockets.

Well the latter happened to our buddies at Outright, who were recently purchased by GoDaddy in July 2012. And while at first Outright said they would stay in their Castro Street location, they have now moved to a new spot at 100 Mathilda Place in Sunnyvale.

We hate to see you go, but we're proud of your success. Congrats!

Related stories:

  • GoDaddy - No More 'Hot' Videos. Focus on Small Business and Beyond.
  • Outright Acquired by GoDaddy
  • Startup Stars: Q&A with Outright's Ben Curren and Billy Estoque
  • Startups do the (Electric) Slide Down Castro Street

What's the next Mountain View startup you think should be acquired and by whom? Tell us your prediction in comments!

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randy albin January 15, 2013 at 11:47 PM
it's a dizzying time with all of these new companies and internet operations. these people must know what they are doing. there are lots of dot-bombs from back when. you always hear about the successes. seldom do you hear about the failures or ones that do not pass muster
Claudia Cruz January 17, 2013 at 01:04 AM
You are right Randy, seldom do we hear about the failures. However usually employees from failed companies go on to start other successful companies, so the failures are really just a step in the right direction! Hopefully they continue on trying!


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