Pandemic-driven demand for computers and smart phones has led to a boom in microchip production at facilities such as Global Foundries' Fab 8 plant in Malta. Charles Schumer met Tuesday, Sept. Schumer said he was told that the computer chip maker is "optimistic" about job growth at the company's Fab 8 factory in Malta, N. ALBANY — Intel, the world's largest computer chip maker, says it is considering building a computer chip factory in New York state, joining both Samsung and GlobalFoundries who are also considering building new facilities here as part of a push by the U. It is unclear where Intel would want to build.
Fab.com throws in the big gay towel and bets on e-commerce
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But the good news was that Fabulis' "Gay Daily Deal of the Day" had generated significant buzz, largely thanks to Goldberg's cofounder, Bradford Shellhammer. The former head of sales at a trendy Manhattan furniture store, Shellhammer had a knack for picking quirky products that caught fire with users. Goldberg and Shellhammer decided to close down Fabulis and build a shopping site called Fab. The online store would sell housewares, accessories and clothing. Goldberg would bootstrap the business partly with cash previously earned from his starting and selling two other Internet companies. Investors agreed to pour fresh funds into the new company called Fab, and almost a year after the website launched last June, it seems those investments might pay off.
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Fab's business may be facing tough times, but at least the company will have plenty of furniture to fall back on. Now that it's a new year, Fab's CEO Jason Goldberg is trying to own up to some of the mistakes he and his company made in Myspace, anyone?
In early , serial entrepreneur Jason Goldberg and interior designer Bradford Shellhammer were the owners of a flailing social networking site for the gay community called Fabulis. It was a hot mess: The site had tried to be, at various times, the gay Facebook, the gay Yelp, and the gay Groupon. But the bells and whistles hadn't been enough to attract a significant number of users. Last March, the duo shut the site down.