The Mixologist

Brown, Erika
October 2007
Forbes Asia;10/15/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 17, p32
The article profiles entrepreneur Richard Rosenblatt. The 38-year-old Rosenblatt started his first company in college, launched five more since, co-owns four nightclubs and started with Lance Armstrong a juice-drink company. Most of his attention these days is on spending the $320 million he has raised to build his new company, Demand Media, into the next online media conglomerate. Demand Media is becoming the Web's largest social network of hobbyist sites, where Internet users can write how-to articles or post explanatory videos.


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