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  • Scott L. Kauffman is an American business manager. He was born in Princeton, New Jersey to Ellwood and Shirley Kauffman, and grew up with his sister Jane and brothers Geoffrey and Matthew. In 1973 he appeared briefly in Steven E. de Souza's first film, Arnold's Wrecking Co.. Kauffman has worked for a variety of media companies: Newsweek was the first, and then Time Warner in the founding of Entertainment Weekly. His next job was as a vice-president of CompuServe, where he worked on all of the online brands and pioneered SpryNet, CompuServe's ISP service. With help from Goldman Sachs, Kauffman participated in the development of one of the first initial public offerings of the Internet industry. He left CompuServe in 1997 to become president and CEO of ClickOver, a company focused on developing management solutions for Internet advertising. ClickOver later became AdKnowledge after acquiring Focalink. Before Scott left AdKnowledge and the company was sold to CMGI, AdKnowledge grew to over 80 employees and more than 100 customers. Kauffman then spent time in turn with eCoverage, a direct-to-consumer online insurance company; Coremetrics; and, as President and CEO, MusicNow, an online music service partnered with FullAudio. In 2005, he ran the San Francisco-based digital-magazine service provider Zinio. Wikipedia

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