No-one knows exactly what to expect from America's 45th president, but here is what startups should be thinking about, said VC Bradley Tusk.
Clinton's team also considered Howard Schultz and Melinda Gates for a running mate, according to leaked emails.
Hillary Clinton's tech plans will do nothing to help resolve the big issues tech companies would like the next administration tackle, says investor.
Donald Trump's debate performance was mentioned more often on Twitter than Hillary Clinton's, but mostly in a bad way.
We are on the cusp on nothing short of a transportation revolution that will be defined by three key shifts, says Lyft president John Zimmer.
These schools have produced a striking number of today's billionaires.
College dropouts like Bill Gates made billions, but if you plan to complete your studies, Harvard may offer the best chance of becoming a millionaire.
According to Wealth-X, these universities produce the most billionaires.
A small but growing number of Republican business leaders have crossed party lines to support Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
In a new report, Wealth-X pinpoints what sets the richest people apart.
The race for the White House has turned into a battle between billionaires.
President Barack Obama expresses his support for Hillary Clinton as the next president of the United States and offers a vision of what America really stands for.
Trumps business plan is a disaster in the making and bottom line is Trump is a risky, reckless, and radical choice and we can't afford to make that choice, says Michael Bloomberg.
The former New York City mayor said at the DNC that "Trump is a risky, reckless, and radical choice. And we can't afford to make that choice."
I'm a New Yorker and I know a con when I see one, says Michael Bloomberg on the topic of Donald Trump.
Michael Bloomberg, CEO of Bloomberg L.P., explains why he wants Hillary Clinton to be the next president of the United States.
Former NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg on Trump, "I'm a New Yorker and I know a con when I see one."
Michael Bloomberg's name was tossed around once as a third-party candidate but his endorsement of Hillary Clinton may backfire, says Breakingviews columnist Rob Cox.
The former mayor of New York City returns from political retirement to back the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.
Robert Johnson, The RLJ Companies founder, weighs in on the key issues he would like the party to concentrate on this week at the DNC.