Burner, the app, wants to turn that idea of a discardable phone number into a positive business tool — and a way to safeguard yourself when dating.Carter and Cohn first hit on the idea in 2012 when they were building a different app that could show when people were available to talk.And that's increasingly become a problem in a world where you sell couches on Craigslist to strangers, give out your number to Tinder dates you've never met, let Airbnb guests staying in your home text you problems, or make a living selling crafts on Etsy. But it's not just a phone number like you use today."More and more stuff is just happening on one’s phone," Cohn said. Cohn and his co-founder Will Carter want to turn the phone number into a tool for more than just receiving calls and texts.We’re told he offered Sandi — who is a playwright, screenwriter and founder of Playwrights of New York — a very generous settlement.
Farkas is a big Harvard benefactor and is the “chairman and Grand Sphinx” of the university’s Hasty Pudding Institute of 1770, the famed social club that cultivates talent in the performing arts, satire and comedy. A source sniffed, “His new girlfriend is still at Harvard and younger than his daughter from his first marriage.
“She isn’t affiliated with the club,” the source said.
Farkas, the founder of real estate merchant bank Island Capital Group, divorced willowy blonde Sandi, with whom he has two young sons, earlier this year.
Along with losing your relationship, you lose your lifestyle, the goal of raising your children in an intact... And you’re excited to see where the relationship might lead.
Karen Finn Major breakups, like divorce or the end of an engagement, knock you down in just about every way imaginable.