Rocket Lab backer Vinod Khosla among tech titans spending the most to beat Donald Trump
Wednesday, 28 October 2020 Rocket Lab investor Vinod Khosla has made Recode's list of the 15 tech moguls who have donated the most to efforts to defeat US President Donald Trump and his allies.The publication says the billionaire Silicon Valley venture capitalist...
In this episode of #SiliconValley2.0, hosted by Sabrina Halper, we bring you a conversation with Affinity co-founder Shubham Goel. Born in India, Shubham moved to California to attend Stanford University, where he met his co-founder Ray and began working on the idea behind Affinity. Backed by some of Silicon Valley’s top venture capitalists, Affinity helps customers build and harness their network of relationships by using artificial intelligence and machine learning. In this episode, Shubham tells us about his entrepreneurial journey, his beliefs around failure, and his insights into customer relationship management. Silicon Valley 2.0 is a fortnightly series that showcases next gen entrepreneurs and businesses that have the potential to scale new heights.
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In this episode of #SiliconValley2.0, hosted by Sabrina Halper, we bring you a conversation with Vise co-founders Samir Vasavada and Runik Mehrotra. Backed by some of Silicon Valley’s top venture capitalists, they have set out to re-imagine investment management through artificial intelligence and machine learning. With this AI-driven approach, Vise is able to customize the portfolio to the clients’ individual needs and allows advisors to educate their clients on the reasoning behind their investments. The co-founders discuss their personal experience in founding Vise, their understanding of Silicon Valley, how the pandemic has affected their business, and their insights into where the future of investment management is headed. Silicon Valley 2.0 is a fortnightly series that showcases next gen entrepreneurs and businesses that have the potential to scale new heights.
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The U.S. House of Representatives antitrust subcommittee's findings on abuse of market power by four large tech companies took Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Alphabet's Google to task in a scathing take-down for what the committee saw as a gross abuse of power aimed at squelching competition. Conway G. Gittens reports.
A former public affairs official of the US Department of Health and Human Services pressured the CDC to alter a report on the risk of COVID-19 to children. Specifically, the editorial staff was pushed..
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