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When tech giants create differing company cultures that match their respective business strategies, both can be effective, says a top venture capitalist in a newly released interview.
The rise of private investment is a “terrible problem” for everyday investors cut out of companies’ strongest returns, says top venture capitalist Ben Horowitz.
Venture capitalist Ben Horowitz says CEOs at large tech companies don’t deserve to be villified.
Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer sits down with cofounder and general partner of Andreessen Horowitz, Ben Horowitz, author of the new book, What You Do Is Who You Are: How to Create Your Business Culture.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon told "60 Minutes" on Sunday that income inequality is a “huge problem” but evaded a question about his $31 million salary and warned that his high-profile critics “shouldn’t vilify people who worked hard.”
As streaming has turned the television industry on its head, one media mogul went against the trend this year. He revealed the advice from News Corp. Founder Rupert Murdoch by way of Oracle CEO Larry Ellison that led him to do it.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday will a hear a dispute that pits Comcast, America’s biggest cable company, against an African-American TV mogul accusing it of racial bias because it declined to carry any of his channels.
This year has brought disappointing results for high-profile initial public offerings. But the turmoil hasn’t dissuaded top beauty influencer Huda Kattan and her sister and business partner Mona Kattan.
Kattan launched a beauty blog in 2010 and has since amassed 39.6 million Instagram followers, giving her a spot on Time Magazine’s list of the most influential people on the internet.
Byron Allen, the chief executive of Entertainment Studios Inc., alleges that Comcast refused to license his channels because he is black.
An international political uproar recently placed Apple and the National Basketball Association under intense scrutiny—but one television mogul says there remains a strict divide between business and politics.
Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer sits down with comedian, producer, actor, and chairman & CEO of Entertainment Studios, Byron Allen.
In a newly released interview, famed HBO writer and producer David Simon—says he has benefited from publicity for his shows, which might be lacking for creators who work with newer streaming giants like Netflix.
David Simon's new show is based on “The Plot Against America,” a work of alternative history by the late Philip Roth that depicts the emergence of a proto-fascist America after the election of aviator and isolationist Charles Lindbergh
“What they choose to police is meaningless, and what they are incapable of policing is because they have no newsroom,” says David Simon, the producer of shows like The Wire and The Deuce.
The international reputation of large American tech firms can impact how the global community perceives the U.S., says a former top national security official under Barack Obama.
In a newly released interview taped last Tuesday, a former top national security official under Barack Obama said Chinese leaders will not be intimidated by President Donald Trump.
“I don't see what conclusion rational people can draw, other than that the President has put a for sale sign on the Oval Office,” Susan Rice says. “We are in quite uncharted territory.”
Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer sits down with former UN Ambassador and National Security Advisor to President Obama, Susan Rice.
“As Warren Buffett says, the market climbs a wall of worry. And that worry that is out there continues to create opportunity,” Hobson says.
“I don't equivocate on this: Firms that are not paying attention to this are committing corporate suicide,” says Hobson, referring to diversity. “It may not be fast, but at some point, it will come if you don't pay attention to this.”