Former Yahoo president Sue Decker launches social app Raftr.
Decker sits on the board of Berkshire Hathaway, Costco, Vox Media and Vail Resorts.
John Deere’s Ganesh Jayaram helps feed the world with technology.
Legacy Republic CEO Brian Knapp on jobs, family memories and his MMA connections.
Lighter Capital’s BJ Lackland joins USA Today’s Jon Swartz and The NY Times’ Quentin Hardy to prognosticate.
Successful venture capitalist Bipul Sinha tries his hand at CEO for the first time.
An academic study finds some Uber and Lyft drivers discriminate. Study co-author Stephen Zoepf of Stanford.
Nick Weaver sets out to change your Wi-Fi. And then along comes Google.
Forter’s Liron Damri is a fraudster’s worst enemy.
What do President Trump’s policies mean for high tech? Straight talk from VC Hemant Taneja.
Economists warned of a recession. We got a new record on the Dow. Behavioral finance expert Dr. Meir Statman discusses.
SpaceX alum Jim Cantrell launches Vector Space Systems to lob small satellites into orbit.
Big thinker Tim O’Reilly returns to Press:Here to talk about augmented reality and AI.
The founder of O’Reilly Media previews his Next:Economy conference.
Palo Alto mayor Pat Burt has a challenge most mayors cannot imagine.
The longtime entrepreneur and cofounder of Siebel Systems knows where he’ll make his next billion: the Internet of Things.
In the second half of our interview, the CEO of C3 IoT talks about whether the bubble is bursting.
The Nasdaq vice chairman discusses new private markets and the dearth of IPO’s.
Mozilla chief legal officer Denelle Dixon-Thayer explains tech’s amicus briefs in support of Apple.
Rocket Lawyer CEO Charley Moore says all good startups need this magic formula.
Troy Wolverton of the Mercury News and Jon Swartz of USA Today predict Apple’s next products.
Can big data and careful measurement help college and pro sports teams prevent injury?
Author Robbie Kellman Baxter on the benefits of the subscription model
The modern roller coaster was born before computers. Documentarian Kris Rowberry.
Andy Weir wrote a bestselling book-turned-movie about an astronaut stranded on Mars.
Verifone CTO Alok Bhanot explains new chip technology.
No more contractors: Shyp CEO Kevin Gibbon makes all workers employees.
Siva Power CEO Brad Mattson on the challenges expiring incentives pose for solar.
Livionex says its toothpaste is a hundred times better. Amit Goswamy tries to disrupt the dental industry.
“If you don’t have enough homes, why not build new ones?” asks housing activist Sonja Trauss.
Johnson & Johnson’s head of innovation is a surgeon and venture capitalist.
Libin wants to turn our favorite app into a 100-year startup.
Bare-wristed reporters from Fortune and USA Today weigh in.
It’s been a long time since we’ve seen a great new idea emerge from Silicon Valley. Stanford’s Tina Seelig weighs in.
Millennials are much less willing to spend money on sports tickets. What can teams do?
How is it possible no one over age 12 has heard of this blockbuster company?
Professional contrarian Andrew Keen is not so sure this “Internet thing” is a good idea.
Six months after the Sony attack, businesses still seem woefully vulnerable to hackers. Elastica CEO Rehan Jalil.
Leena Rao debriefs us on the PayPal founder’s latest venture.
An app that takes all the work out of owning a car.
One of the longest-serving women in venture capital says there’s progress in the boardroom.
One of Steve Jobs’ closest confidantes tells a little-known story about the first time Jobs left Apple.
Venture capitalist Jason Green says the next hot thing is startups valued at $10,000,000,000.
Former designer Mark Kawano on the Apple watch, product announcements and his new startup Storehouse.
SF Chronicle travel editor Spud Hilton uses social media to pressure airlines into cracking down on carry-ons.
Macy’s, the San Francisco 49ers and Apple stores all use beacons to track customers. How do they work, and what can they learn?
Can a high tech founder create an app company without knowing how to code? Bindle CEO Chris Toy.
Dual authentication – your password plus a phone – can keep your data safe. TeleSign CEO Steve Jillings.
USA Today’s Jon Swartz chats with the world’s most famous scientist.
Peter Thiel and Elon Musk invest heavily in Collison and his brother. What do they see that’s worth millions?
Minerva School founder Ben Nelson sheds the football team and granite columns for traditional learning.
Ecommerce expert and Reflektion CEO Sean Moran predicts seasonal shopping on mobile.
A mom creates a new sort of juice box and gives advice to other kitchen entrepreneurs.
The director of civil liberties for the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School discusses net neutrality, privacy and the NSA.
Between December 8-14, tens of thousands of teachers around the world will teach their kids computer code. You can too.
AnchorFree’s David Gorodyansky is helping oppressed people get access to information. Why are you working on a dry-cleaning app?
Jon Swartz, USA TODAY’s award-winning technology reporter (more)
(March 2013) Giants CEO Larry Baer runs the finest sports organization in the world.
Invest by theme: China Internet, Gas Glut or Obamacare. CEO Hardeep Walia shows us how.
Why does a billionaire want to help your kid understand The Great Gatsby?
We continue our talk with storied investor David Siminoff
Julie Samuels tries to explain Silicon Valley to those stuck inside the beltway.
Washington wakes up to patent trolls. More with Engine’s Julie Samuels.
Stewart Butterfield - now CEO of Slack - joins the crowded effort to replace work email.
USA Today’s Jon Swartz urges tech CEOs to speak up
Theo Schwabacher pushes for more women in the boardroom. Is legislation the answer?
California’s legislature debates a non-enforceable quota for women on boards.
Three economists walk into a bar… to discover what American knows about business.
Anand Kulkarni’s MobileWorks seeks to bring employment to veterans and other groups in need
Collison’s company employs hundreds of Americans. But he is in the US on a temporary visa.
Author Greg McKeown explains the power of saying “no” to the boss.
Founder Institute creator Adeo Ressi tests entrepreneurs for the right "threshold of crazy".
The founder of Crowd Companies joins reporters from USA Today and Fortune to speculate on this year’s hot tech stories.
Kicksend’s founder offers tips for entrepreneurs wishing to work with the likes of Walmart and Target.
A former Skype exec discusses Snapchat, Skype and his startup Perzo, a secure messaging service.