Q&A: PINTEREST'S CMO DISCUSSES HOW THE PLATFORM IS A REFUGE ON THE TOXIC INTERNET

Optimistic, uplifting, encouraging--these are words not often used to describe the internet. But that's where Pinterest has carved out a sizable niche, which has grown to 250 million worldwide monthly users saving more than 175 billion ideas (about everything from godparent proposals to patterned wallpaper) on its network. As chatter heats up about a possible...

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Pinterest: Pinterest is a pinboard-style photo-sharing website that allows users to create and manage theme-based image collections such as events, interests, and hobbies. Users can browse other pinboards for images, "re-pin" images to their own pinboards, or "like" photos. The site was founded by Ben Silberma