Rearden Commerce

K. S.
October 2007
Red Herring;10/7/2007, Vol. 4 Issue 29, p76
Trade Publication
The article features Rearden Commerce, an online services provider included in "Red Herring's" top 100 list for 2007. The company is located in Foster City, California. It was founded in 2000. Its chief executive officer (CEO) is Patrick Grady. Key investors include American Express, Oak Investment Partners, Foundation Capital and Vinod Khosla. Using Web 2.0 technology, the company has created an online personal assistant that helps workers at companies like GlaxoSmithKline, Motorola and Whirlpool arrange flights, hotels, dining, car rentals and events.


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