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Cutting Edge company - Operates the second largest online ad- exchanges
Senior Account Manager (Current Employee), New York, NYJune 7, 2013
Pros: free lunches and breakfast, lots of snacks - fun environment in general
Cons: operates like a start up, but has over 300+ employees
Operates an online ad-exchange. Partners with Samsung, which recently invested $22.5 mil. to run a private ad-exchange on the electronic maker's phone and tablets.
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Challenging and fast paced environment
Manager, Business Development (Current Employee), New York, NYMay 28, 2013
Great company but management is a weakness of the company. This has become more apparent as we scale.
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Excellent company culture, room for growth, fast-paced, not for the faint of heart
Individual Contributor (Current Employee), Los AngelesMarch 11, 2013
Pros: compensation, benefits, perks, smart/amazing co-workers
Cons: work-life balance
-Great culture of advancement through merit
-Innovative organization
-Very fast-paced, always a lot of change to stay ahead of the curve
-3 weeks vacation to offset long days and always-on email work culture
-Excellent employee perks, meals, happy hours, game rooms, activities, they go above and beyond!
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Grotesquely Structured Software
Engineer (Current Employee), Pasadena, CAAugust 6, 2012
Pros: free friday lunches, ping pong table
Cons: hidden bugs everywhere, no documentation, unreadable code
Interviews are like a watered down version of Google's interview.
Typical day starts with a 20 minute meeting, and then heads down at the computer rest of day.
Management is non-engineering focused.
Tracking down bugs on a poorly structured system.
Many employees hoping to cash out when company goes public.
Very poor quality testing of product.
Lots – more... of old, obscure, and one-off technology that will not transfer as usable skills else where.
Most people work 9 to 5 but you'll have to work longer hours and additional hours from home after a year. – less