General Catalyst’s Hemant Taneja warns Silicon Valley’s Jetsons-like dreams may come true faster than expected.
The ride sharing company positions itself as an uber-nice alternative. Dan Trigub from Lyft.
Mike Tauiliili Brown (Indianapolis Colts) is the latest pro-athlete-turned-entrepreneur, and he’s launching a fantasy football app.
A Silicon Valley millionaire takes on poor performing teachers in Vergara v. California.
Intel’s Rachel Mushahwar drags brick and mortar stores into the future.
Police departments use computers to police themselves. Stanford’s Roland Vogl.
Anova’s sous vide cooking device goes from a million dollar Kickstarter idea to at Target shelf near you.
Sam Chaudhary links classrooms and parents, but will principals play along?
PayByPhone figures out a way to reserve parking without upsetting cities.
CEO Tony Xu thinks beyond food as Amazon moves onto his turf. Plus a recommendation for good BBQ.
Riverbed Technology CEO Jerry Kennelly doesn’t care what Wall Street thinks.
Travel expert Chris McGinnis on the coming demise of Virgin America.
Pressure grows for young startups to start making money. TaskRabbit CEO Leah Busque has a plan.
Food truck king Matt Cohen launches an incubator for food truck wannabes.
Hatch Baby CEO Ann Crady Weiss says unlimited time off makes for better workers.
Pure Storage’s Scott Dietzen is one of the few Silicon Valley CEO’s to take a company public this year.
Can venture capitalist Naoko Okumoto convince Japanese businesses to take risks?
Thumbtack’s Jon Lieber tries to convince Congress to take action to protect workers before the courts do.
What happens when you take Silicon Valley passion to an aging company? Disaster.
Mike Kwatinetz was the “best stock picker on Wall Street” before he became a venture capitalist. He’s bullish on tech.
Marbles expands at a rapid clip as CEO Lindsay Gaskins puts her faith in real-life stores.
Lexicographer Erin McKean explains her Kickstarter campaign to add one million new words to the dictionary.
Johnson is a retail giant: he made Target cool and launched the Apple Store. He explains his next effort, Enjoy.
Nitin Pachisa’s idea will help keep the American economy strong.
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.
Can traditional Silicon Valley compete with flashy San Francisco?
Lisa Lambert wants to level the playing field with a bulldozer full of money.
Silicon Valley reporters talk about their magazines’ front covers.
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?
The creator of Flickr launches Findery, a geotagging discovery app.
DJI is the go-to choice for hobbyists and a growing number of professionals. DJI’s Eric Cheng weighs in on drone policy and public worries over ...
Daniel Negari bet a lot of money the world is ready for a new Internet address.
Mendel Chuang explains AOL’s unusual incubator.
The Mythbuster creates “Blow It Up," a TV show for the YouTube generation.
Bus travel is suddenly hip. Polina Raygorodskaya, CEO of Wanderu, a ticketing site for ground travel.
John Cioffi helped invent broadband. Now CEO of ASSIA, he predicts the future of high-speed Internet.
Norwest Venture Partners has a $1.2b fund for security startups
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
The chairwoman of the board of Etsy discusses women in technology and female leadership
Author Keith Raffel explains the peculiar fight between Amazon and book publisher Hachette
Sanebox founder Dmitri Leonov tries to rid the world of spam.
Bestselling author Geoffrey Moore updates his classic book on marketing.
Imergy CEO Bill Watkins jumps to the clean-tech industry’s defense.
AB 2365 would make it illegal for a business to prohibit customers from writing bad reviews. Santa Clara University law professor Eric Goldman explains.
Mike Depatie talks about building a boutique brand
CEO Mike Depatie says Airbnb is not a threat
What happens when consumers have access to (nearly) perfect information on product and price? The father of consumer decision analysis Itamar Simonson.
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.
Honest Tea CEO Seth Goldman creates a company because he’s thirsty – then sells it to Coca Cola.
Australian entrepreneur Melanie Perkins didn’t know what venture capital was until she started her second successful company.
Yahoo News has more readers than the New York Times or the Wall Street Journal. Jai Singh is editor-in-chief.
Sevenly.org sells items for seven days and contributes seven dollars to charity for each sale. The business of doing well by doing good.
TrackingPoint firearms CEO Jason Schauble on a rife which can hit any target at 1,000 yards.
(But he's allowed to leave.) Chris Redlitz creates The Last Mile program to teach business skills to San Quentin inmates.
The former San Quentin inmate hopes to become an entrepreneur.
Heracio Harts says the first thing he noticed after release: everyone stares at their smart phones all the time.
Manufacturers slash prices on electric vehicles. GM’s Dave Barthmuss sells us a Chevy Spark EV.
British Airways will recruit 100 of Silicon Valley’s top minds to a meeting in the sky.
YouSendIt CEO Brad Garlinghouse on perks and job satisfaction. Plus: considering a company name change. BoxShareSyncDrop?
Want your app to stand out? Try writing for Kindle or Glass, says uTest’s Matt Johnston
eWeek co-editor Chris Preimesberger joins the reporter panel.
Can online classes save our suffering university system? Udacity founder Sebastian Thrun.