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.
The legendary Silicon Valley venture capitalist isn’t worried about a bubble or anything China does.
The VC invests $10m to find a digital needle in a data haystack.
Big data CEO Gurjeet Singh’s mathematicians can answer questions you didn’t even know you had.
Paypal founder and legendary venture capitalist Peter Thiel in discussion with Sarah Lacy and Laura Sydell.
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.
JetBlue co-founder Alex Wilcox hopes to bring private jets to the (slightly) less rich.
Thumbtack CEO Marco Zappacosta looked for a business left to disrupt. Google leads a $100 million bet on him.
NPR’s Laura Sydell and VentureBeat editor-in-chief Dylan Tweney discuss the upcoming Apple announcement and iCloud security flaws.
Serial entrepreneur Jim Pitkow will give a million dollars to the inventor of a gun that won’t shoot its owner.
Internet activists launch a web-wide protest against the NSA. Activist April Glaser from the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
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Attorney Elliot Peters was in the middle of court paperwork when he heard his client had hanged himself. Peters discusses the high-profile case and the ...
TV watchers routinely check their smart devices in the middle of a show. Fans of ‘Sons of Anarchy’ can thank Tom Engdahl for a killer app.
“Fake Jeff Jarvis” author Rurik Bradbury tweaks the digerati.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins track the flu via Twitter.
Entrepreneur Jessica Herrin tops her first $90 million company with a $370 million dollar followup.
Our newest contributor Dr. Moira Gunn gets the final word.
Altimeter Group's Brian Solis discusses Facebook strategy for businesses.
Developing countries don't subsidize cell phones so why does the United States?
Nicholas Sullivan of the Fletcher School discusses his study of cell phone subsidies.