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San Francisco's Launch Fest Signals Enthusiasm for 2015's Tech Economy

Andre Bourque | Posted 05.10.2015 | Business
Andre Bourque

Whether it's weekend hacked innovation or unveiling funded, fully functioning products, San Francisco's technology arteries can be used to gauge our country's broader interest and investment in innovation. That's what San Francisco's Launch Festival does each year.

Rupert Murdoch's Sock Game Is On Point

The Huffington Post | Jackson Connor | Posted 10.30.2014 | Media

Rupert Murdoch, the 83-year-old chairman of 21st Century Fox, spoke at The Wall Street Journal's WSJD Live global technology conference this Wednesday...

Joe Van Brussel

Get Your Chance To Go Inside Twitter, Google And Other Top Offices | Joe Van Brussel | Posted 05.15.2013 | Impact

Revolutionary companies like Google are helping make information more accessible, but it seems that for the general public, the doors to those very co...

Why Both Sides Might Want to Go Off the Fiscal Cliff

Kevin Price | Posted 02.12.2013 | Technology
Kevin Price

The so-called "fiscal cliff" has dominated the news ever since the election ended, but it has hung over heads as a threat to the economy for much longer. In terms of public perception, the president is winning both the traditional and social media battles.

Techies Revved Up for Annual CES Revelations

Doug Olenick | Posted 02.11.2013 | Technology
Doug Olenick

Is there anything more fun than gathering with 150,000 of your closest friends and colleagues to see the latest and greatest that technology has to offer?

Super Youth at Techonomy: What Drives the Tyle Brothers to Succeed

Techonomy | Posted 01.13.2013 | Technology

Together the Lyle brothers, 19 and 21 years old, who both have poor vision, started a nonprofit called ReSight while still in high school. Their idea: "Democratize eyecare services by empowering the very people who needed them most to direct their distribution."

How To Create A Data-Driven Startup

Roger Ehrenberg | Posted 01.11.2012 | Small Business
Roger Ehrenberg

Building a successful - and sustainable - data-driven enterprise is so much more than simply having better algorithms or a more performant box: It takes great people with data DNA and a model that creates competitive moats around the business.