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Sand Hill Road Joins Private Capital Flooding Into Marijuana Startups
Cannabis

Sand Hill Road Joins Private Capital Flooding Into Marijuana Startups

The Wall Street of venture capital has been slow to invest in cannabis but that is clearly changing.
dispensaries.com
An M&A Wave Is Coming: 4 Ways to Determine Whether You Should Sell
Mergers and Acquisitions

An M&A Wave Is Coming: 4 Ways to Determine Whether You Should Sell

This is a great time to sell but merger mania usually ends in a reversal of the tide painful for tech businesses that aren't profitable or growing.
Frank Schilling
Silicon Valley's' Kumail Nanjiani on Never Playing It Safe
Take It From The Pros

Silicon Valley's' Kumail Nanjiani on Never Playing It Safe

In its fourth season on HBO, the actor from the hit series 'Silicon Valley' talks about being okay with failure, his hatred for the phrase 'grilled to perfection' and four business ideas for founders.
Dan Bova
Are Silicon Valley Nerds the New Hollywood Superstars?
Take It From The Pros

Are Silicon Valley Nerds the New Hollywood Superstars?

Check out some of the tech world's better halves, from Hollywood A-list actresses to Victoria Secret models.
Entrepreneur Staff
Hey Juicero, Erlich Bachman Just Called and Wants to Invest
Venture Capital

Hey Juicero, Erlich Bachman Just Called and Wants to Invest

After raising $120 million, the $400 internet-connected juicer is as farcical as an entire season of 'Silicon Valley.'
Gene Marks
How Tech Entrepreneurs Can Excel Outside Silicon Valley
Take It From The Pros

How Tech Entrepreneurs Can Excel Outside Silicon Valley

During Dallas Startup Week, we asked local entrepreneurs how they make the most of their local community and what advice they have for others.
Andrea Huspeni
Productive Partnerships: How a 'David' Can Partner With 'Goliath'
Partnerships

Productive Partnerships: How a 'David' Can Partner With 'Goliath'

There's no amount of online research or guessing that can compare to good old-fashioned paying attention and putting someone else's interests first.
Dan Schoenbaum
Theranos: The House of Cards That Elizabeth Holmes Built
Theranos

Theranos: The House of Cards That Elizabeth Holmes Built

Thirteen years, a thousand employees, $700 million of venture capital, 40 wellness centers. Six million blood tests. Zero revenue. This is how it happened.
Steve Tobak
Uber Under Fire Once Again Following Sexism and Harassment Claims
Uber

Uber Under Fire Once Again Following Sexism and Harassment Claims

CEO Travis Kalanick has ordered an investigation in response to a blog post by a former employee.
Nina Zipkin
Silicon Valley Gets Mocked With Parody of Cards Against Humanity
Humor

Silicon Valley Gets Mocked With Parody of Cards Against Humanity

Puncturing the Silicon Valley persona one outrageous card at a time.
Nina Zipkin
Here's How to Fix the H-1B Visa Program to Drive Startup Growth
H1-B visa

Here's How to Fix the H-1B Visa Program to Drive Startup Growth

The current system is a boon for foreign job placement firms but does little to help promising startups looking for talent that's in short supply.
Harj Taggar
4 Old-School Characteristics That Make Modern Entrepreneurs Thrive
Entrepreneurship Characteristics

4 Old-School Characteristics That Make Modern Entrepreneurs Thrive

Tomorrow's biggest successes will be those who learn from those who came before. That means patience in putting business first and selecting a partner who's in it for the right reasons.
Sheila Eugenio
How to Network in the Nation's Tech Capitol
Networking

How to Network in the Nation's Tech Capitol

Networking -- wherever you are, but especially in Silicon Valley -- is about quality over quantity of connections. These five tips will help you do it right.
Christian Sanz
Local Startup Communities Are Helping Build the National Tech Landscape
Startups

Local Startup Communities Are Helping Build the National Tech Landscape

Some of the most exciting innovations in transportation and virtual reality are happening in tech communities far from Silicon Valley.
Andre Bourque
Widely known as the technology hub of the United States, Silicon Valley is located in northern California, in close proximity to San Francisco. Named after the silicon used in computer chips, the region is headquarters to thousands of tech companies, startups and manufacturers such as Adobe, Facebook and Google. 
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