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BlogHer chief executive Lisa Stone helps celebrate her organization's 10th anniversary by updating the role of the female blogger.
The age of the hoodie-wearing chief executive and "bro"-grammers is over, Vivek Wadhwa says, and Silicon Valley needs to be more socially responsible.
The Smart Tech Challenge Foundation will give $1 million to an entrepreneur who can create a safer gun.
Trinity Ventures partner Patricia Nakache says that Ellen Pao's sexual discrimination lawsuit has put a "spotlight" on the issue of sexism in Silicon Valley.
AMD Chief Technical Officer Mark Papermaster discusses how "surround computing," a new way of communicating with technology, is the wave of the future.
Reddit founder and executive chairman Alexis Ohanian tells the new generation that it needs to learn to code.
Reddit's non-technical founder, Alexis Ohanian, reflects on why Reddit succeeded and its competitors did not.
Stanford students apply to the university's own accelerator, StartX, for a chance to be create their best product and possibly find funding.
After a big company breach or misstep, it's time for a company to say it's sorry.
After numerous data breaches, Rehan Jalil has some ideas on how to keep businesses safe -- by admitting they're at risk.