Paul is a seasoned internet executive that has both built companies from scratch, as well as grown established ones to be top global properties. While running its M&A group, he helped grow Ask.com from a small Q&A search engine into the 9th largest US internet property per Comscore, ultimately selling it to IAC for $1.85 billion. He then co-founded the award-winning video discovery startup Clicker, selling that business to CBS for over $100 million. After Clicker's acquisition, he managed some of CBSi's largest brands, notably TVGuide.com, TV.com, Metacritic, and CHOW. The TV Guide Digital Network he operated is the web's largest pure-play television property, while CBS Interactive is the 10th largest US internet property per Comscore. Paul is now building a startup in the mobile/local space. Paul holds a BA in Economics from Stanford University and is a new father of identical twin boys.