DraftKings puts ‘pedal down’ to become one of Boston’s hottest startups

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The Boston Globe
By: Scott Kirsner

In early 2012, three friends agreed to quit their jobs to start a fantasy sports company called DraftKings. One of them, Paul Liberman, had a spare bedroom at his condo in Watertown, and that served as the startup’s first office. Important meetings were held in the living room, when Liberman’s fiancée was out.

 

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