The smart city space is basking in interest from global governments and companies looking to invest where environment and technology intersect. This intersection was formerly considered the domain of cleantech, and under the smart city mantle it may be so again. A recent Bloomberg article raised the notion that many cleantech startups are rebranding as […]
Industrial IoT market participants – from big corporate players to small startups – may still be feeling around for the size of the market, but Lux Research says…think trillions of dollars.
Open source may be the foundation for big data, but it’s not the ticket to riches.
Venture capital is for closers.
Guest author Scott Gerber is the founder of the Young Entrepreneur Council. Raising rounds of venture capital is the goal for many companies: An influx of cash is certainly the fastest way to jump-start your growth and start hitting key milestones more quickly. But venture capital isn’t a silver bullet, and it’s not the right […]
An early Oracle employee says Silicon Valley still doesn’t play fair with women or minorities.
The Amazon cloud is everywhere.
Rock-star developers may be obsolete.
Don’t build the next Snapchat. Write the next Workday.
Oracle missed another quarter, yet one more sign that the traditional technology vendor is doomed.
Dropbox at $8 billion is rich. Snapchat at $3 billion, much less $30 million, is foolishness.
The venture-capital firms behind Google and Facebook are backing a company that’s helped millions lose weight.
A veteran of PayPal, LinkedIn, Slide and Square will share insights on tech investing.
Developers, not venture capitalists, are the best indicators of long-term technology success. So why do we care what VCs do?
Stay in school, kids—math is hard.
How can a company that has never even attempted to make a penny be worth $2.5 billion? Yes,
Plenty of startups
One of Facebook’s first investors recalls how and why Mark Zuckerberg said no to $1 billion from Yahoo – and takes the entire industry to task while he’s at it.
Would investors spend $1 million to have coffee with you?
How the business model of the Web pretty much forces companies to abuse us.