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bloomberg.comWhere the Rich Are in the U.S. West: 50 Richest Zip CodesFollowing the biggest of the big money in the U.S. West leads to a zip code in California’s Silicon Valley, Atherton, 94027, according to data tracked by Bloomberg, which also show California accounts for about 85 percent of the richest zip codes in the region.
businessinsider.comTech companies are ruining America's imageAmerica's largest cultural export used to be its entertainment — today, it is all of the tech companies and products that are created within Silicon Valley. As such, the world is getting a much different view of America than the values the country likes to tout.
forbes.comThe Robot Car Revolution Heads To Texas With Drive.ai's Public Test Ride PlanThe Silicon Valley company plans a six-month pilot program, in partnership with local governments and land developers. Following similar public trials by Waymo, Uber and Aptiv, it wants to expose more people to self-driving vehicles to demystify the experience of riding one.
forbes.comFeeling Paralyzed By Unpredictable Change? What You Can Learn From Ebola About InnovationHow the Ebola virus spreads can shed light on how to catalyze radical innovation. Radical innovation demands new approaches and reactions from current market leaders—or face the consequences. A Silicon Valley startup from a garage can render an existing player’s business model irrelevant overnight.
bloomberg.comHow Masayoshi Son Became One of the Most Powerful Investors in TechLove him or hate him, Softbank's Masayoshi Son is shaking up Silicon Valley and global investing. He once lost more money than anyone has ever lost in history, but has since recovered to make some of the world's most successful tech investments. (Video by Robin Fall) (Source: Bloomberg)
theedadvocate.orgThe tech divide: An opportunity gap schools must close - The EdvocateSpread the loveBy Robert Baker Computer programming is growing at twice the average rate of national job growth according to Code.org —and by 2020 there could be nearly a million more IT jobs than U.S. college graduates available to fill them, representing a $500 billion economic opportunity waiting to be realized. Living in Silicon Valley, I see firsthand the impact that technology skills make on one’s earning potential. Often times a college graduate with an IT degree can find a job with a six-figure salary right out of college. Growing up with access to technology, and the opportunity to learn …
forbes.comCult 'Fast-Beauty' Brand Winky Lux Raises $6 Million In Series A To Fund Experience-First Retail PlansWhen Winky Lux first landed in Ulta, Nordstrom and Bloomingdale’s in 2017, they needed funding to fulfill these orders. This presented the cofounders with the ultimate challenge: pitch a makeup brand inspired by flowers, mermaids and unicorns to the male-dominated world of Silicon Valley.
thetechedvocate.orgThe tech divide: An opportunity gap schools must closeSpread the loveBy Robert Baker Computer programming is growing at twice the average rate of national job growth according to Code.org —and by 2020 there could be nearly a million more IT jobs than U.S. college graduates available to fill them, representing a $500 billion economic opportunity waiting to be realized. Living in Silicon Valley, I see firsthand the impact that technology skills make on one’s earning potential. Often times a college graduate with an IT degree can find a job with a six-figure salary right out of college. Growing up with access to technology, and the opportunity to learn …
businessinsider.comThe Silicon Valley housing market is so dire, these run-down or condemned homes sold for over $1 millionAs tech giants like Apple and Facebook continually recruit top tech talent from across the world, Silicon Valley's housing market continues to grow more and more competitive. Some homeowners are so desperate that they're spending $1 million for a dirt lot.
iotcentral.ioInterview: Bringing Machine Learning to The EdgeA couple of weeks ago, I spent a few hours at GE Digital’s headquarters in San Ramon, CA. It was a great overview by several executives of how GE is using their Predix platform to create software to design, build, operate, and manage the entire asset lifecycle for the Industrial IoT. A big part of this transformation for GE involves hiring tons of software developers, acquisitions, and partnerships. One of those partnerships is with Silicon Valley based FogHorn Systems (GE Ventures, Dell Ventures, March Capital and a few others are investors). FogHorn is a developer of “edge intelligence” software for industrial and commercial IoT applications. FogHorn and GE are working very closely on many IIoT customer use cases, across verticals, bolstered by the integration of FogHorn with Predix. I turned to FogHorn Systems CEO David C. King to learn more about edge intelligence software for the Industrial IoT. David has been at the helm of FogHorn since 2015, a year after its founding. Prior…