Guest Post If you’re looking for a career in an innovative industry that can do a lot of good, should you pick finance or tech? Economist Robert Shiller says finance can do far more than tech. I say he’s wrong.
stories by Vivek Wadhwa
Guest Post Twitter proved this week a point that I have long been making: that Silicon Valley is a boys club — a fraternity of the worst kind.
Guest Post Google is exploring uncharted territory, while Facebook is mired in the past and squeezing every penny it can out of its customers.
Guest Post Three years after Thiel started giving teens $100,000 to ditch college and launch startups instead, there don’t seem to be any success stories.
Guest Post Don’t overlook your most powerful marketing tool of all: Public relations. The good news is that PR doesn’t have to cost much.
Guest Post Women-run startups might have trouble getting funding at present, but women are primed to lead in this new tech era.
Guest Post Silicon Valley was one of the largest contributors to President Obama’s election campaign. In return, it expected he would do what he promised — fix the immigration bottleneck that is choking innovation and forcing the world’s best and brightest to return home.
Guest Post Mexico’s I.T. offshoring industry ranks as #3 in Gartner’s global rankings, lagging behind only India and the Philippines, according to analyst Frances Karamouzis. Its ambition is to take second place.
Guest Post A 63-year old Vietnam veteran who was rendered completely disabled during service to his country was able to travel again because of a custom-made mobile-assistive device. But in October 2009, as he traveled from Miami to San Juan, Puerto Rico, the 450-pound device was damaged in the cargo hold of the plane. As a result, the vet was bedridden for more than nine months. The airline accepted responsibility for the damage but offered a tiny settlement — just to repair the device. It argued argued that his device was like an automobile or a wheelchair, so the airline’s only liability was to repair the device.