Pivoting during a pandemic

Stan Chudnovsky Contributor Share on Twitter Stan Chudnovsky is the Vice President of Messenger from Facebook. Like everywhere else, the COVID-19 pandemic created a new “no normal” at Facebook . The seismic shifts and disruptions reverberated across the globe and we had to accept that and adjust, quickly. Suddenly, our products were more important than […]

Entrepreneurship and investing as social good

Sree Kolli Contributor Share on Twitter Sree Kolli is co-founder of Conduit, a premium investment platform that connects founders with successful operators, family offices and select VCs worldwide. 2020 has been a year of social upheaval. Around the world, society is identifying different problems in our culture and pushing for widespread change. While there are […]

This Labor Day, spare a thought for the workers who made your doorstep delivery possible

Arjuna Costa Contributor Arjuna Costa is a partner at Omidyar Network and early stage investor in Ruma. More posts by this contributor Tech workers looking to make a difference in the world should donate their skills A few weeks ago, I bought a used paperback mystery for $3 via a small online bookseller. Intrigued that […]

The startup world needs a ‘Black Minds Matter’ awakening

Kofi Ampadu Contributor Share on Twitter Kofi Ampadu is the founder and general partner of SKU’D Ventures, a pre-seed fund focused on consumer product startups. I was recently part of an open forum about being Black in America, as well as in the startup space. A white founder asked, “What can I do as the […]

Hey Apple, how about a MacBook SE?

Apple’s a hard company to like these days. Their glory days behind them, they have relentlessly pursued a misguided concept of optimization that has alienated their user base and compromised their products. A MacBook SE would go a long way toward smoothing the wake they’ve left behind them. I was excited that this would be […]

Private space industrialization is here

Mikhail Kokorich Contributor Share on Twitter Mikhail Kokorich is CEO of Momentus, the first company providing in-space transportation services for satellites. The universal glee that surrounded the launch of the crewed Dragon spacecraft made it easy to overlook that the Falcon rocket’s red glare marked the advent of a new era — that of private […]

Attending a remote startup accelerator is absolutely worth it

SkyDeck Spring 2020 Cohort Contributor UC Berkeley SkyDeck is the startup accelerator of the University of California at Berkeley. We are members of the UC Berkeley SkyDeck startup accelerator spring 2020 cohort — the first to attend remotely. Many of us were looking forward to visiting Berkeley because one aspect of SkyDeck is a focus […]

Technologists: Consider Canada

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What brands need to do if they want to break up with Facebook

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Recruiting for diversity in VC

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