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In a new interview, former Google CEO Eric Schmidt questioned the assertion that Americans are frustrated with the tech industry, saying the sense of such dissatisfaction is “a perception that the press has.”
Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer sits down with Eric Schmidt, Technical Advisor to the Board of Alphabet, former CEO and Executive Chairman at Google, and co-author of the new book, "Trillion Dollar Coach: The Leadership Playbook of Silicon Valley's Bill Campbell."
Their combined wealth – a staggering $348.7 billion as of October 2018 – is more than the combined wealth of 4 million American families of median wealth.
Companies are partnering with universities to offer employees fully-subsidized Bachelor’s or Master’s degrees in hopes of attracting ambitious workers who want to build out their careers.
Amy Margolis identified a problem in the burgeoning Oregon cannabis industry, so she set out to solve it. The problem? Despite the industry’s newness and the encouraging early statistics about gender equity, a glass ceiling has developed in the cannabis business.
Square, the payments company helmed by Jack Dorsey, has put its Terminal device in the hands of more than half the roving concessionaires in Washington Nationals ballpark in Washington, D.C.
A former White House official believes that President Donald Trump’s art of the deal is akin to “shooting ourselves in the foot” when it comes to the U.S. economy
An effective tech CEO does not need computer programming expertise, said former Google CEO Eric Schmidt in a new interview.
Zoom’s (ZM) highly-anticipated public market debut began on a high, with the stock jumping 72% on its first day of trading Thursday.
Democratic lawmakers are blasting Attorney General Bill Bar for supposedly trying to spin the Mueller report to protect President Donald Trump.
Pinterest, the digital scrapbooking site, surged in its debut as a publicly traded company on the New York Stock Exchange, finishing the day more than 25% higher than its original price as investors momentarily rallied around technology’s latest unicorn. The stock hit as high as $24.99 on Thursday,
Stocks advanced ahead of a holiday weekend, with market sentiment divided between two technology initial public offerings and the long-awaited release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russia’s election meddling.
Tech companies have seen the ratio of their public-to-private valuations decline toward a 13-year low, according to PitchBook data. Zoom's and Pinterest's big debuts could change that.
The final report of special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe, and President Donald Trump’s role in the controversy, was released on Thursday.
While Jamie Dimon isn't expected to leave anytime soon, the executive shuffle at JPMorgan could be 'hugely significant' for succession.