Downwardly Mobile

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Downwardly Mobile

A person who leaves a high-paying, prestigious job to take another position that pays less and is in a less lucrative field. One may be downwardly mobile by necessity (for example, if the previous company conducts lay-offs), or by choice (for example, if one was not satisfied in the previous position and wishes to do something more personally rewarding).
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With $63 million in funding, Domo is backed by an all-star list of angels and investors including Benchmark Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, IVP, Ron Conway and David Lee of SV Angel, Hummer Winblad, plus the who's who of SaaS and Internet technology.
While Domo tried to remain under the radar (customers had to sign a nondisclosure agreement), businesses and investors from around the country knew James was building something great.
Through this relationship, Fujitsu will integrate its services and knowhow into the Domo platform and provide it to the Japanese market.
Domo recently bought the Engineering Plastics division of Aquafilfor.
With three of his team-mates in the chasing group, the Domo team were able to control the pace.
The Domo Group is the 16th largest floor-covering company in the world and Europe's largest producer of tufted carpet, according to industry observers.
Domo experts will also discuss strategies for managing big data and driving value from the tens of billions of dollars already spent on traditional BI systems.
Seven Day, a new West London group, are picking up heavy airplay for Ride, their debut single on Domo Records.
Spring's new cookware line, Domo, is constructed with an aluminum core encased in stainless steel for better heat conduction.
New, Free Service From Josh James' Domo Helps Busy Executives Stay Armed with Leadership Lessons from the World's Most Interesting CEOs
DOMO Chemicals' Board has given go ahead to an investment for bolstering the BOPA production of CFP FLEXIBLE PACKAGING, CESANO MADERNO (Italy) that has been purchased on July 1st 2014.
We are always looking for new and innovative digital partners and we were excited by Shuttersong's ability to enable fans of our brands to play with images and sounds together in a single experience," said Robert Ferrari, CEO of Bare Tree Media which works with legacy and emerging branded properties including Domo, Garfield, Hello Kitty, KISS, The Three Stooges and others to craft branded digital entertainment solutions that drive consumer engagement and commerce through mobile and online platforms.