If you want to start a startup, there’s a school for that. It’s called Startup School, and it was created by YCombinator’s Paul Graham, who is now taking applications for attendees. The best part? It’s free.
Uber’s CEO, Travis Kalanick, made a public appearance this weekend to make one thing very clear. He is not worried.
Editor’s Pick Entrepreneurs flocked to Stanford University to hear Mark Zuckerberg, the T-shirt wearing chief executive, open up about the early days of Facebook.
Speaking at incubator Y Combinator’s Startup School today, Mark Zuckerberg talked about how his attitude toward building a business has changed over the years.
Dalton Caldwell, co-founder and former chief executive of failed social music startup Imeem says you might want to scrap that idea for a music startup of your own.