"As awful as this pandemic is, climate change could be worse," Bill Gates said. The US should create the equivalent of the NIH for energy to help prepare.
The WHO, World Bank, 100 scientists say Covid-19 relief and work to fight climate change must be simultaneous or both will fail in new report in The Lancet.
Asana CEO Dustin Moskovitz and Twilio CEO Jeff Lawson were two of tech's biggest political contributors this cycle.
Breakthrough Energy Ventures published a report calling for the government to contribute money to research climate change. At the same time, former Google CEO Eric Schmidt made a public plea for the government to invest more into R&D to prepare for a future pandemic.
The partnership with Albertsons marks the vertical farming company's first major retail deal.
Former Facebook executive Chamath Palihapitiya, now a co-owner of the Golden State Warriors NBA team, shares his favorite question after conducting hundreds of job interviews.
Together, 79 billionaires could pay to build an electric system in the U.S. that uses zero fossil fuels, a Michigan Tech professor estimates.
Billionaire Bridgewater Associates hedge fund guru Ray Dalio went to Burning Man, the annual event at Black Rock Desert in Nevada, and shared his experience on Twitter.
LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman and Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff are backing multiple Democratic candidates in the 2020 presidential race.
Looker hired Frank Quattrone's Qatalyst Partners to shop the company around after Google kicked off the process.
The battle to dominate 5G, for instance, has seen Huawei face intense political pressure from the U.S.
"Trillion dollar coach" Bill Campbell was a football coach-turned-management guru who mentored some of the most successful executives in tech, including Google billionaire Eric Schmidt and Apple's Steve Jobs.
Spending on technology will near $4 trillion in 2019 as the cloud computing boom, threat of hacking and rapidly evolving consumer preferences in mobile demand the full attention of corporate executives to keep their companies from being disrupted.
The new program is part of Goldman's bid to become the operating system for financial services.
There are two things we know for certain about millionaires: They know exactly where their money is going, and they know exactly what not to do with it.
AWS has close ties to the start-up community and is now testing a new program to give investors a chance to put money into young companies.
Fears of the internet splitting apart means now is the time to think about putting safety over global standards, a tech CEO told CNBC.
Anyone can use this technique.
Eric Schmidt isn't the only billionaire to credit luck. Warren Buffett says he won the "ovarian lottery" and Mark Zuckerberg says his own success building Facebook is due, in large part, to being born into a supportive family.
Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt revealed the company's early hiring practices and lessons learned.