Diversity is important to fix Silicon Valley's decades-long cultural problems, experts told CNBC at the RISE tech gathering in Hong Kong.
Costolo served as Twitter CEO from 2010 until he stepped down two years ago.
Jon Medved, CEO of OurCrowd, talks about how the crowdfunding platform is allowing investors to support Israeli companies focusing on the Chinese market.
Vic Gundotra, Alive Cor CEO, discusses his company's partnership with the Mayo Clinic for its heart monitoring device as well as the future for technology in health care and the wearables market.
Bigo Live CEO David Li says some American investors think advertising is the best model, but directly charging users is more revenue-efficient in China.
Unlike other forms of social media, where users interact with messages, live streaming lets users interact face-to-face, says David Li, founder of YY.
Shared bikes aren't the only commodity on loan in China's growing $500 billion sharing economy.
July 19- General Motors Co and Japan's Softbank Group Corp are among the latest investors in Nauto, a Silicon Valley startup developing software for self-driving vehicles. The Detroit automaker bought Silicon Valley startup Cruise Automation in early 2016 for more than $500 million. He did say it was shy of $1 billion, "unicorn" status in Silicon Valley...
There has been a shift in investment from social media and e-commerce into tangible products and services in the region, says Ajay Lakhotia, Fosun RZ Capital.
The start-up ecosystem in Southeast Asia has developed enough to attract large institutional investors from abroad, says Vinnie Lauria from Golden Gate Ventures.
In China, investors are committing a lot of capital right now to a new twist on an old form of transportation: the bicycle.
FUBU Founder and "Shark Tank" star Daymond John discusses his involvement in "Tap the Future" which helps tech entrepreneurs pitch their ideas.
In China, investors are committing a lot of capital to bicycles. And the Chinese bike start-ups are moving into the U.S. market.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports investors have a new way to play China and it is capturing the attention and money from high-profile venture capitalists.
It's time for venture capitalists to radically change the way they do business, says Jennifer Hyman, CEO of Rent the Runway.
Blue Apron shares hit an all-time intraday low of $6.51 a share, according to FactSet.
Desktop Metal wants its 3-D printers to boost US manufacturing.
While the number of deals has remained flat, the value of deals increased in the second quarter of the year, says Irene Chu of KPMG.
Grab's expansion would add another obstacle in the otherwise challenging market of Southeast Asia.
Eco-friendly startup TreeHouse sells consumers tools for home improvement and is willing to teach them how to do it.