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A new tool is launched in Silicon Valley to measure and boost diversity in the tech industry. The Minnesota Vikings clash with Wells Fargo over signage and stadium branding. And the feds could bring more charges against ex-pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli. This is a roundup from ALM and other publications.
Ajeet Singh, Co-Founder and CEO, ThoughtSpot A Series of Forbes Insights Profiles Of Thought Leaders Changing the Business Landscape: Ajeet Singh, Co-Founder and CEO, ThoughtSpot A young entrepreneur working at Silicon Valley start-ups during the early big data days, Ajeet Singh noticed something. As the quantities of data exploded, companies such as [...]
Uber wasn't happy with recent changes to ridesharing laws in Australia. So it did what any multi-billion dollar Silicon Valley company would do.
SILICON VALLEY—Rohit Ghai can read your mind. The president of EMC’s Enterprise Content Division possesses a high emotional intelligence and an intimidating resume. Ghai has worked in tech at offices across the nation and the globe since completing his computer science education in the early ’90s. Show More Summary
SILICON VALLEY — While Uber and Lyft are busy trying to put the taxi industry out of business while at the same time giving regulators heartburn, another startup and its competitors want to do the same with gas stations. “Gas stations...Show More Summary
A group of influential women in the tech industry on Tuesday launched a tool to better measure and increase diversity in technology, an area where they say not enough progress has been made.
In December of 2015, a group of women started to get together over dinners and coffees to talk about diversity in the tech industry. Over time, they formalized their ideas and on Tuesday launched Project Include, a website aimed at helping executives in the tech sector diversify their workforces. Show More Summary
Invoca CEO Mark Woodward lashed out in a now-deleted Facebook post. Another tech CEO is in hot water after making insensitive comments about poor Bay Area residents. This time it's Mark Woodward, head of the software company Invoca, who made comments about local food vendors in a Facebook post. Show More Summary
HBO’s Silicon Valley has developed a bit of a reputation for dick jokes, likely because its first season concluded with one of the most elaborate dick jokes ever put to camera. But this past week’s episode, “Two In The Box,” contained an even more visually impressive (perhaps “assaultive” is the better word) stunt. Show More Summary
Viewers of HBO's Silicon Valley finally saw something this week that may have outdone the infamous season 1 jerk-off math joke: horse-fcking.
Airbnb may be the most global among Silicon Valley's mega-unicorns.
California politics updates: Gov. Brown takes aim at Florida plan to lure away business, Clinton delegate used to be a GOP rising star May 3 2016, 10:10 AM Welcome to Essential Politics, our daily feed on California politics and government news. Here's what we're watching: Gov. Jerry Brown tells...
A Silicon Valley chip designer has launched a USB stick with a supercomputer onboard. Movidius, based in San Mateo, California, has essentially put a deep learning chip inside a USB drive. Deep learning involves "training" a computational...Show More Summary
If the Golden State Warrior players were Silicon Valley companies which ones would they be? This question was originally answered on Quora by Court Showerman.
If startups aren't buying ping pong tables anymore, it's time to burn it all down.
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Falling table-tennis sales give a peek into the economics of Silicon Valley, where the right to play on the job is sacrosanct.
Technology companies, especially the big names that populate Silicon Valley, are known for their modern offices, over-the-top perks, and higher-than-average salaries. So it came as no surprise that several tech giants claimed spots on...Show More Summary