It’s a scary world out there — and increasingly so for Internet execs.
What are the toys, gadgets and snacks of the future? Visitors to Stanford University’s Cool Product Expo made their guesses Wednesday as they sampled products from 35 startups.
Wilt Chamberlain’s 100-point NBA game celebrates its 50th anniversary this week, and Stanford hosts its annual Entrepreneurship Week. Listen to the Peninsula Report podcast for the inside scoop.
Burt Herman, co-founder of Storify and the Hacks and Hackers meetup group, spoke at Stanford’s Entrepreneurship Week Thursday. He specializes in bringing journalists and coders together to re-envision media.
Among the offerings of the 2012 Stanford Entrepreneurship Week is the chance to get one-on-one informal mentoring from Silicon Valley professionals, whom the program calls coaches.
It wasn’t your typical job fair: the sight of jeans, backpacks everywhere. Startup companies and 20-something entrepreneurs filled the second floor of Stanford’s Tresidder Memorial Union Tuesday.
In its first earnings report as a publicly traded company, Zynga (NASDAQ: ZNGA) announced over $435,000 in net income losses for the fourth quarter of 2011 and a 13 percent growth in its daily active user base.
New economic data from this week’s Silicon Valley Index report headlines this week’s Peninsula Report radio show. Reporters also weigh in on the growing number of cities banning plastic grocery bags and HIV preventative drug testing.
After years of environmental lobbying, plastic bags are on their way out in Sunnyvale, one of many communities in California ditching plastic in favor of paper and reusable bags.