Deloitte’s Christie Smith says startups need to solve bro-culture before the first hire.
General Motors gets into the on-demand car business—but at what cost to Detroit?
Green Bits helps pot dispensaries keep the joint legit.
Federal courts strike down the FCC’s Open Internet rules. Lawyer & author Larry Downes (“Big Bang Disruption”) weighs in.
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.
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?
Stanford professor Bob Sutton is back with advice for startups trying to accelerate their growth: don’t forget the brake.
CEO Pravin Kothari talks about hiring Millennials, Gen Xers and Baby Boomers
Journalist Tracy Swedlow of Interactive TV discusses the rise of video on the go
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
Brendan Boyle from IDEO’s Toy Lab takes on a new challenge: children’s TV.
Jonathan Abrams talks net neutrality and his latest social project, Nuzzel.
Millions of YouTube views generate artists surprisingly little money. Jack Conte finds a better way.
Tech leaders invest $25 million in a small coffee chain. Blue Bottle Coffee founder James Freeman.
Rep. Anna Eshoo of the House Communications and Technology Subcommittee discusses recent developments.
Ernst and Young’s Ernie Cortes has what billionaires want.
Vivek Wadhwa discusses tech elitism and the staggeringly bad judgment of Tom Perkins
ICANN's Akram Atallah explains the strange top-level domains to be released this year
The future of home networking is not Wi-Fi, it's low-power Bluetooth. Dropcam CEO Greg Duffy explains why.
Josh Tetrick of Hampton Creek Foods is using Bill Gates’ money to find a replacement for the egg.
The toy industry wants to make building toys appealing to girls. Goldieblox CEO Debbie Sterling says making them pink is not enough.
Was Snapchat foolish to turn down Facebook? Storm Ventures’ Jason Lemkin ponders exits, IPOs and that “magic number."
Can an economy grow too quickly? Bank of the West chief economist Scott Anderson on the Bay Area outlook.
Young entrepreneur Chris Herbert of Phone Halo has already learned important lessons.
Farhad Manjoo explains his sudden switch from The Wall Street Journal to The New York Times
Seagate president Rocky Pimentel on the cloud, solid state drives and the future of storage.
A Silicon Valley entrepreneur - deeply affected by gun violence - turns to crowdfunding to get weapons off the streets.
Taxi companies finally take on Uber with an app of their own. Flywheel CEO Steve Humphreys.
Rudy Gadre has funded nearly 100 high tech firms in his hometown of Seattle.
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.
Airware CEO Jonathan Downey is in the right place at the right time.
Yelp provides health scores next to restaurant reviews. Accela makes that possible. CEO Maury Blackman.
Lightspeed’s John Vrionis hands out money to young entrepreneurs, with no strings attached.
CEO Sam Shank tries to shake up the travel industry one more time.
Entrepreneur of the Year Aneel Bhusri helped lead Workday to the second-largest tech IPO since Facebook.
Rocketspace CEO Duncan Logan is landlord for dozens of cool startups, including Uber and Spotify.
Mike McNamara runs the second-largest electronics manufacturer in the world but his poker face needs work. A discussion on the future of manufacturing in America.
McNamara on competitor Foxconn, NSA spying and robots.
A self-made billionaire, Robert Pera recently bought the Memphis Grizzlies.
BlackBerry VP Alec Saunders has to convince app developers to write for the newest version of BlackBerry.
Rocket Lawyer founder Charley Moore revolutionizes the legal profession. Plus Scott McGrew tears up his will.
Business author Ekaterina Walter (“Think Like Zuck”) explains why teachers make good flight attendants.
Could robots and automation replace nearly all jobs? MIT's Andrew McAfee on why China and India may have the most to lose.
TaskRabbit's CEO adapts to an improving economy. A conversation with reporters from Bloomberg News and TechCrunch.
Ask.com CEO Doug Leeds ponders the future of search. Can real answers from real people offer more?
Alexis Ohanian has been called an Internet superhero. Now he's using the power of Reddit for musical justice.
You know Lester Chambers' hit song – it’s in dozens of movies and video games. So why didn’t he get paid? With music from Lester ...
Should Pandora pay more than a radio station to play the same song? What’s a fair price for a tune? Mike Agovino of Triton Digital.
The helium crisis and loss of a key sponsor grounds America's only zeppelin.
BMC Software creates iPad app MyIT, making fixing your email as easy as ordering lunch.
Most children's apps violate privacy. Details from Lookout CTO Kevin Mahaffey.
The Economist's Martin Giles compares high tech to the popular HBO show.
Marvell Semiconductor founder Weili Dai on the sea change in the chip industry.
Co-founder Nate Blecharczyk balances disruption with following the law.
"We First" author Simon Mainwaring says all companies should have a social mission.
Charles Schwab VP Colleen O'Brien on Wall Street's image problem
An airline and a car insurance company have a very hard week on Twitter.
TechCrunch's Leena Rao and Eric Savitz of Forbes discuss Square and Starbucks.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins track the flu via Twitter.
Laura Sydell takes us inside her startling report that has Silicon Valley abuzz.
Entrepreneur Jessica Herrin tops her first $90 million company with a $370 million dollar followup.
Can you record your own arrest? Can a cop read your text messages?
EFF attorney Hanni Fakhoury.
Lexicographer Erin McKean