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Adware purveyor turned ad network Jellycloud has had two other aliases during the past eight years, but now you might as well call it dead a…

imageAdware purveyor turned ad network Jellycloud has had two other aliases during the past eight years, but now you might as well call it dead and buried. Last weekend, the company (fka Gator and, subsequently, Claria) closed up shop and had its furniture repossessed, Valleywag first reported, citing an unidentified tipster. The news was confirmed today by Venturebeat, which cited an unidentified source within the company. Repeated calls to Jellycloud were not returned. About 36 employees lost their jobs.

Last month, Scott Vandevelde, Jellycloud

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  1. Talk about using up all your chips. These guys are toast in the Valley. No one will ever fund them again!

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