paidContent - Our SpinVox Coverage In Links: How The Story Played Out

This story was written by Robert Andrews.
Following our recent coverage, controversial voice-to-text firm SpinVox, which has rasied $200 million from Goldman Sachs and other institional investors, has now come under the BBC’s scrutiny for sending voicemails for transcription to contractors in far-flung countries. That’s one of the threads that emerged on the pages or our sister sites mocoNews and paidContent:UK but it’s only one of SpinVox’s concerns, after the startup invited staff to swap salary for equity and responded to claims of unpaid wages and expenses. Here are our stories complete with very active comments—and a two-part interview with CEO Christina Domecq responding to the concerns and accusations shared by our readers:

»  July 2: Interview: Daniel Doulton, Co-Founder, Spinvox: Carrier Plans May Need Further Funding

»  July 13: SpinVox Paying Staff In Stock To Save On Costs

»  July 20:Interview: Christina Domecq, CEO, Spinvox (Pt 1): Managing Through The Crunch

»  July 22: Interview: Christina Domecq, CEO, Spinvox (Pt 2): Cashflow-Positive In 90 Days

And here are BBC News’ ... (see, how, we link to them all).

By Robert Andrews