Wanderu is a startup that lets users travel the country by buses and trains -- and with electrical outlets and wi-fi.
Venture capitalist Tim Draper has a vision California being cut into six sections.
Venture capitalist Tim Draper and colleague Andrew Tang says it's important that students at the Draper University startup program pay $10,000 because they "need to buy in" for the program to work.
Draper University's seven-week entrepreneurial boot camp is for students aged 18 to 28 only.
David Siminoff started Shmoop in 2007 writing about The Great Gatsby for confused high school students, and now the site claims 10 million users.
David Siminoff, founder and chief executive of Shmoop, said that the problem with massive online open courses was they weren't taught by fun, engaging lecturers.
Stanford professor Robert I. Sutton talks about how companies can grow without losing productivity and innovation.
CipherCloud, a cloud security company, hires employees of different ages and backgrounds for what its founder calls a stronger workforce.
JetSuite, a startup that provides private jets at lower costs, aims to bring comfort and less hassle back to flying.
Thumbtack, a startup backed with $100 million from Google Capital, is taking on established sites such as Yelp and Angie's List.