Santa Clara University behavioral finance expert Meir Statman says go ahead and trade emotionally
Author Kara Platoni uncovers a world of scientists and hackers trying to speed up human evolution.
Author Robbie Kellman Baxter on the benefits of the subscription model
Author and security expert Adam Levin says even smart Silicon Valley types can get fooled by phishing.
Andy Weir wrote a bestselling book-turned-movie about an astronaut stranded on Mars.
Pedro Domingos searches for the perfect formula to create intelligent computers.
Siva Power CEO Brad Mattson on the challenges expiring incentives pose for solar.
Mike Kwatinetz was the “best stock picker on Wall Street” before he became a venture capitalist. He’s bullish on tech.
The former Xbox chief discusses gaming, Apple and civic duty.
Robbie Bach’s greatest hit: Xbox. The Zune? Not so much.
Who in the world thought to turn a Tom Hanks movie into a restaurant? Scott Barnett did.
It’s been a long time since we’ve seen a great new idea emerge from Silicon Valley. Stanford’s Tina Seelig weighs in.
Paypal founder and legendary venture capitalist Peter Thiel in discussion with Sarah Lacy and Laura Sydell.
Professional contrarian Andrew Keen is not so sure this “Internet thing” is a good idea.
Former Press:Here contributor Ben Parr returns to talk up his new book – and leaves a colorful impression.
Rohin Dhar of Pricenomics examines the business models of the bearded ones.
Federal courts strike down the FCC’s Open Internet rules. Lawyer & author Larry Downes (“Big Bang Disruption”) weighs in.
Author Chris Yeh says the workplace is not like a family. Families don’t fire people.
Insider insight from Siva Power CEO Brad Mattson – who literally wrote the book on solar power.
The prolific and award-winning author (and editor of Boing Boing) discusses his upcoming book, “Information Doesn’t Want to be Free.”
Is an investment in Yahoo (and other legacy companies) a bet against progress?
The “controversial” Thiel simply speaks his mind the way any billionaire with nothing to fear might.
The founder of LinkedIn ponders the 7 deadly sins of social networking.
Innovation Portfolio Partners’ Karl Ronn urges companies to partner up in innovative ways.
Stanford professor Bob Sutton is back with advice for startups trying to accelerate their growth: don’t forget the brake.
Author Keith Raffel (A Fine and Dangerous Season) reacts to Amazon’s new “Netflix” model.
Three economists walk into a bar… to discover what American knows about business.
Author Greg McKeown explains the power of saying “no” to the boss.
Pepperdine’s Ted McAllister worries a shrinking world leaves us without roots.
Author Keith Raffel explains the peculiar fight between Amazon and book publisher Hachette
Bestselling author Geoffrey Moore updates his classic book on marketing.
Brian Solis on tech’s ridiculous vocabulary. We’re "constructing elegant hierarchies for maximum code reusability and accessibility. ” Indeed.
What happens when consumers have access to (nearly) perfect information on product and price? The father of consumer decision analysis Itamar Simonson.
Bronson (“Nudist on the Late Shift, Top Dog”) walks careful path defining gender traits and success.
Tom Kelley of the legendary design firm IDEO tries to find the key to creativity.
Honest Tea CEO Seth Goldman creates a company because he’s thirsty – then sells it to Coca Cola.
The cofounder of Reddit returns to Press Here to talk about his new book, “Without Their Permission.”
The Reddit cofounder invests in more than 80 startups through Y Combinator.
Scott Maxwell’s other car is a $1 billion nuclear-powered, laser-armed space probe.
Can LinkedIn stay nimble like a startup? A conversation with Becky Worley of Yahoo News and Martin Giles of The Economist.
Hoffman and his longtime ally Mark Pincus hold the world's most powerful patent.
Vivek Wadhwa sounds the alarm as Silicon Valley immigrants turn to emigrants.
Business author Ekaterina Walter (“Think Like Zuck”) explains why teachers make good flight attendants.
The former Apple evangelist starts advocating Google's Android (gasp!). He's also pushing his 12th book.
Could robots and automation replace nearly all jobs? MIT's Andrew McAfee on why China and India may have the most to lose.
Wired writer Joshua Davis watched software pioneer turned fugitive John McAfee play Russian roulette. Twice.
"We First" author Simon Mainwaring says all companies should have a social mission.
We thought we knew the Netflix story. We were wrong. Author Gina Keating.
Is the economy a speeding train? A sick patient? The way media and politicians use metaphor.
Nobody visits Google without stopping by to see Meng, author of "Search Inside Yourself."
Carmine Gallo reveals Apple's winning retail secrets.
Ranadive likes basketball so much, he bought the Golden State Warriors
Total score in this interview: TIBCO 5, Oracle 0
Best selling author Keith Raffel publishes his latest book in electronic form only.
Business consultant and author Geoffrey Moore on the future of Yahoo and Hewlett Packard.
Geoffrey Moore (Crossing the Chasm Escape Velocity) continues his discussion with USA Today and the Financial Times.
Author Peter Sims says big ideas spring from little discoveries.
Serial CEO Hank Nothhaft has a plan to keep business in America
Is America's patent problem an urban legend?
Best selling author Deaver tries to fill Ian Fleming's shoes as the author of James Bond
Author Daniel Burrus says he's always right about the future.
Wired's Geek Dad blogger encourages fathers to embrace their inner dork.
Famed skeptic Michael Shermer talks about his new book "The Believing Brain" with Maggie Shiels of the BBC and Ben Parr of Mashable.
Shermer discusses religion and names his own predicted date for the end of the world.