Angie's List: Angie Hicks In 1996, Angie Hicks spent hours reading contractor reviews to members over the phone. Today, the online review and referral service, Angie's List, is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
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Angie's List: Angie Hicks

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Angie's List: Angie Hicks

Angie's List: Angie Hicks

Angie's List: Angie Hicks

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In 1996, Angie Hicks spent hours reading contractor reviews to members over the phone. Today, the online review and referral service, Angie's List, is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange.

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Angie's List is named after Angie Hicks, the co-founder who used to personally read recommendations to members by phone.
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