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The Secret Startup That Saved the Worst Website in America - The Atlantic

Rohan Bhobe, a member of the Marketplace Lite team, works on Healthcare.gov in December 2014

Loren Yu was on a weekend trip in Los Angeles when he received an urgent email from a friend. The friend, Kalvin Wang, had a proposition.

"If your response isn’t ‘no way,’ then we should talk ASAP, like tomorrow," Wang wrote.

At the time, Yu was working for an education startup in New York called SkillShare. SkillShare had two technical employees. Yu was one of them. Wang’s proposal would take him away from the young company, but...

url: http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2015/07/the-secret-startup-saved-healthcare-gov-the-worst-website-in-america/397784/

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