In a week that brought earnings from Intel, Yahoo and just about every major technology company in the country, Fast Money takes you to the place where the designs for these American icons were first made, Silicon Valley.
This area just south of San Francisco will forever be synonymous with innovation. It’s where William Hewlett and David Packard founded the world's largest PC company in the 1930s and it’s also where Stanford grads Larry Page and Sergey Brin run Google, the world's largest search engine, today.
And if you take a stroll down San Hill Road, (which might as well be called venture capital lane) you never know what'll you'll find or who will be putting money behind the next profit-generating revolution.
From the next smartphone to the cure for diabetes welcome to Silicon Valley and Fast Money’s “Cradle of Innovation” tour!”
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