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Sam Altman Should Resign from Y Combinator

Sam Altman Should Resign from Y Combinator

Sam Altman, the 31-year-old president of the wildly successful startup accelerator Y Combinator, published an essay on Monday in which he attempted to address the mounting concerns over his company’s
You Can Hack Child’s Play, If You’re Rich

You Can Hack Child’s Play, If You’re Rich

Mike Lanza, a dad and tech entrepreneur from Menlo Park, California, thinks we’re experiencing a crisis in child-rearing: Boys aren’t allowed to play rough or run free, and moms hover nervously at the

Silicon Valley is Dead

This post Silicon Valley is Dead appeared first on Daily Reckoning. Silicon Valley, once the epicenter of technological innovation, is dying. Who’s responsible? Gerald Celente has more... The post
Silicon Valley’s T.J. Miller Arrested on Suspicion of Battery on Car Service Driver

Silicon Valley’s T.J. Miller Arrested on Suspicion of Battery on Car Service Driver

Silicon Valley actor T.J. Miller was arrested on suspicion of battery early Friday morning, PEOPLE confirms. Officers responded to a radio call early Friday morning near the 6900 block of Camrose

Atlanta Star Crashes Stage After Silicon Valley Wins Critics’ Choice Award

A version of this article originally appeared on EW.com. Silicon Valley may have won a Critics’ Choice Awards trophy Sunday night, but an Atlanta star stole the spotlight. After Silicon Valley was
Neoliberalism turned our world into a business. And there are two big winners

Neoliberalism turned our world into a business. And there are two big winners

Fearmongering Donald Trump and optimistic Silicon Valley seem to epitomize opposing ideologies. But the two have far more in common than you thinkTomorrow, Silicon Valley leaders will sit down for a

Trump and a bunch of Silicon Valley CEOs sat at a big table and pretended to like each other

Silicon Valley was very loud during the election cycle about the dangers that a President Donald Trump could pose to the United States. But now that the billionaire businessman has been elected, many
Your App Isn't Helping The People Of Saudi Arabia

Your App Isn't Helping The People Of Saudi Arabia

On March 15, 2002, 15 Saudi girls burned to death inside their school in Mecca. They were not trapped by fallen debris, or unaccounted for by firefighters. The mutaween, Saudi Arabia’s religious

Four Silicon Valley leaders are whispering into Donald Trump’s ear

Most of Silicon Valley did not vote for Donald Trump. Some tech leaders even publicly expressed their distaste for the Republican candidate, like Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk, while others, like LinkedIn
Why Trump’s Distrust of Computers is Bad News For the Economy
Why Trump’s Distrust of Computers is Bad News For the Economy
Tech’s Unhealthy Cult of Entrepreneurialism

Tech’s Unhealthy Cult of Entrepreneurialism

Starting companies is a noble endeavor, but we can't ignore ethics.
Tech’s Unhealthy Cult of Entrepreneurialism

Tech’s Unhealthy Cult of Entrepreneurialism

Starting companies is a noble endeavor, but we can't ignore ethics.
How to Network in the Nation's Tech Capitol

How to Network in the Nation's Tech Capitol

Networking -- wherever you are, but especially in Silicon Valley -- is about quality over quantity of connections. These five tips will help you do it right.
The Internet of Things has officially hit peak stupid, courtesy of this smart toaster

The Internet of Things has officially hit peak stupid, courtesy of this smart toaster

Griffin Technology wants to sell you on the idea of a smart toaster. We're increasingly sold on the idea of living on a remote island far away from companies that think slapping Wi-Fi and an LCD on to
Startup Investors Fret Over Risks of Mass Data Collection

Startup Investors Fret Over Risks of Mass Data Collection

Questions are piling up over how startups collect personal information.
Startup Investors Fret Over Risks of Mass Data Collection

Startup Investors Fret Over Risks of Mass Data Collection

Questions are piling up over how startups collect personal information.

Silicon Valley and the EU are going to have epic legal battles this year

If you thought the relationship between the U.S. and Europe was fraught in 2016, get ready for 2017. There is upheaval on both sides of the Atlantic as Donald Trump prepares to take office in the

Labor Department suit says Oracle paid white workers more and blocked some non-Asian hires

Just two days before President Obama officially turns over the White House to Donald Trump, Obama’s Department of Labor has filed a lawsuit alleging employment discrimination against the tech giant