Copenhagen is picturesque, yes, but it's also turning into a great incubator of tech startups.

Six hot startups in cool Copenhagen

There’s actually something pretty awesome in the State of Denmark: Namely, a breakout startup scene that’s beginning to get noticed around the world.

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When a company founder resigns, investors should head for the exit too

Most large tech companies are no longer run by their founders. This is problematic for investors, because a painful corporate bureaucracy develops when a founder leaves and, as a result, risk-taking and innovation deteriorates.

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What to Think, Ep. 30: How Google works

Jonathan Rosenberg, co-author of the new book How Google Works (along with Eric Schmidt), started at Google in 2002. He helped create some of the company’s most iconic products, including AdSense, Gmail, Android, and more.

Mark Cuban does not like what he sees here.

Mark Cuban disagrees with me about net neutrality

After publishing my recent statement of support for the vague but indispensable notion of “net neutrality,” I heard from entrepreneur and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, who disagrees strongly. Here’s a lightly edited version of our exchange.

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The DevOps journey has just begun

Those of us involved in DevOps are able to help companies realize their true potential by being an enabler, not the roadblock. And we are just getting started.

Unique visitors to video sites shot up 146 percent from June 2013 to June 2014, according to Adobe.

Adobe report finds massive 43% growth in online video watching

We’re wasting more time than ever watching video, and we’re increasingly doing it online, a new Adobe report has found. What’s more, “online” no longer means “on a computer” — it increasingly means on a smartphone, a game console, or a set-top box like a Roku or Amazon Fire TV.

Salesforce.com chief executive Marc Benioff, right, with San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee and U.S. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi at Salesforce's 2014 Dreamforce conference in San Francisco on Oct. 13.

The 5 kinds of customer success

I hope you didn’t miss the Salesforce.com Dreamforce keynote this week in San Francisco.

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Heroku founder: Y Combinator developer tools request is a very big deal

While it might not seem so to outsiders, Y Combinator’s new Developer Tools Request for Startups (RFS) is a big deal. (Editor’s note: The deadline to apply is tomorrow.) This is a request from one of the biggest tech incubators for startups that make developer tools, and it’s an important sign of the increasing value and prominence of developer products and the companies behind them. And I’m thrilled about it.