Shutterstock’s ceiling

By pmelcher


You wouldn’t think about it this way, but Wall Street tends to be highly emotional and jittery when it comes to stock photo licensing. When companies with voracious growths – anything above 30%- show any signs of slowing down, it starts running for cover. The reason is very simple: the stock only sought after characteristic from Read More →

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Via: Paul Melcher


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Editor at large and founder of a bunch of stockphoto businesses