Bill McDermott has an unusual title: co-CEO. He sits down with Scott McGrew to discuss the software company's unusual management structure.
Lightspeed Venture Partners sold flash game sites Playdom and Kongregate for hundreds of millions of dollars. With Kym McNicholas of Forbes and Tom Giles of Bloomberg BusinessWeek.
Author of the "Peanut Butter Manifesto" Brad Garlinghouse is Silicon Valley's Jerry Maguire. With reporters Tom Giles of Bloomberg BusinessWeek and Kym McNicholas of Forbes.
Students at Silicon Valley's Singularity University are expected to change the world. With Sharron McPherson of Tanaka Investments South Africa.
Can Scott Thompson do what Carol Bartz and Jerry Yang couldn't? With reporters Jon Fortt of CNBC and JP Mangalindin of Fortune.
Serial entrepreneur Mike Cassidy can't stop making money. Four startups sold, the latest to Google. With reporters Jon Swartz of USA Today and Maggie Shiels of the BBC.
Catherine Reheis-Boyd talks about offshore drilling in California. With reporters Rich Jaroslavsky of Bloomberg and Maggie Shiels of BBC.
Ask.com one of the oldest search engines on the Internet reinvents itself. With reporters Howard Mintz of the San Jose Mercury News and Joseph Menn of Financial Times.
Top tech analyst Jeremiah Owyang could charge thousands for something he gives away for free. With reporters Ben Parr of Mashable and Joseph Menn of Financial Times.
nVidia discusses the Tegra chip and its push towards tablets and mobile computing. With reporters Laura Sydell of NPR and Kym McNicholas of Forbes.