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If Hillary Clinton is talking with tech giants like Apple about encryption, it's a good thing, Chamath Palihapitiya told CNBC.
Three well-known technologists weighed in on how they would approach a turnaround at Twitter, as the future of the company remains unclear.
Mark Zuckerberg defended Thiel's status as a Facebook board member in a message to employees, The Verge reports.
Chamath Palihapitiya said he would "absolutely" kick a major Donald Trump campaign donor off his board, taking aim at Peter Thiel.
Start-ups tend to be based in Singapore and Indonesia, but Thailand and Vietnam are catching up, says Kuo-Yi Lim, managing partner at Monk's Hill Ventures.
Small start-ups either have to possess a specific niche or have global scale to compete in China, says Fritz Demopoulos, CEO at Queen's Road Capital.
Sound Ventures co-founders Ashton Kutcher and Guy Oseary discuss their latest investments from the Forbes Under 30 Summit.
Chamath Palihapitiya appears to be one of the few investors who has gone from venture capitalism into hedge-fund management.
The Softbank Vision Fund is the same size as all funds raised by U.S. CV firms over the last two and a half years, the FT reports.
Hillary Clinton's tech plans will do nothing to help resolve the big issues tech companies would like the next administration tackle, says investor.
Jim Cramer spoke with venture capitalist Chris Sacca, who explained why he is wary of Donald Trump's wealth.
Applied Materials' Om Nalamasu talks about the types of start-ups his company is interested in investing in and the qualities they need to make it.
CNBC’s Josh Lipton explains what Nutanix's public debut means for the tech IPO pipeline, and whether the tech IPO drought is over.
Venture capitalist Marc Andreessen says valuations are a little high, but a pullback could lead to more M&A activity.
The high-flying stock price put the Nutanix IPO on pace for the best debut of the year.
An op-ed by a venture capitalist in the Wall Street Journal has some unbelievably sexist advice for women in tech, says The Verge's T.C. Sottek.
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