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THIS is why you don’t build $30 billion companies aimed at just one generation

I have been #longLA since before it was a hashtag, and definitely since before LA had its own consumer Internet decacorn.

Who had Twitter as the safe haven of choice during a tech selloff?

Twitter's stock has nearly doubled in the last six months, against a 11% rise in the Nasdaq Composite.

Travis Shrugs: Pando goes to the Uber/Waymo trial, pt 3

In September 2015, at the height of San Francisco’s Indian Summer, then-Uber CEO Travis Kalanick sat beside Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff in front of a crowd of tens of thousands, on a stage erected in the middle of a closed-off street in the heart of the city, and explained his vision for the future.

The kimono closes: Pando goes to the Uber/Waymo trial, pt 3

In September 2015, at the height of San Francisco’s Indian Summer, then-Uber CEO Travis Kalanick sat beside Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff in front of a crowd of tens of thousands, on a stage erected in the middle of a closed-off street in the heart of the city, and explained his vision for the future.

How laser is the sauce? Pando goes to the Uber/Waymo trial, pt 2

Just before noon on Tuesday, former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick stood before the tall wooden double doors of a federal courtroom in San Francisco.

How laser is the sauce? Pando goes to the Uber/Waymo trial, pt 2

Just before noon on Tuesday, former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick stood before the tall wooden double doors of a federal courtroom in San Francisco.

Pando goes to... the Uber/Waymo trial

After almost a year of anticipation, the big legal fight between Google* and Uber finally found its way to a jury on Monday morning.

Turns out no dancing hot dogs were necessary. All that Snap needed was to act like a grown-up

Snap's stock was surging 45% mid-day Wednesday to $20.36 a share after delivering better than expected earnings for the first time since it went public a little more than a year ago.

Pando goes to... the Uber/Waymo trial

After almost a year of anticipation, the big legal fight between Google* and Uber finally found its way to a jury on Monday morning.

Silicon Valley against Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley is in a weird place. The valuations of private companies and amounts of (mostly Asian) capital they are sucking in is unprecedented.

Facebook, having reached a crossroad, is determined to travel down both paths

Facebook has gone through something of an existential crisis in the past year as evidence of its cancerous effect on democracies emerged and as former developers and loyal users alike decried its soul-corroding potential.

Expanding the borders into hell: Can a new crop of female and minority founded venture funds rescue us from the “hoodie kings”?

Lately, I’ve found a new reason to hope. New waves of startups always begin before you realize it. There aren’t clean breaks, where the old wave of companies all go public and then everyone has a post-mortem on how that went, and then starts up again.

Facebook wants to be liked. Will that be enough to make it change?

Facebook-- appropriately-- just reminded me that it was a year ago that I wrote one of the most trafficked stories we published all of last year.

America's bias against working moms comes down to one question: Do you value your female employees or not?

Before you consider a single finding in ReCode’s survey of mothers returning to work in the tech world, you need to remember and internalize one reality: Just how backwards this country is when it comes to supporting working moms.

In 2018, Women need companies like PandiaHealth more than ever

If there’s one thing all the waves of feminism pretty much agree on, it’s this: In order for women to have economic freedom, we need to be able to control when and how and if we become mothers.

Netflix grows faster, spends more: A case study of tech optimism and unease

As investors ride into the first wave of tech earnings reports in 2018, there is a weird mix of optimism and unease.

Tell me again why Uber is worth $69 billion?

Uber’s early employees, investors, and founders were racing to cash out their shares for a steep 30% hair cut to the company’s vaunted $69 billion valuation it had before its disastrous 2017.

Kalanick's payday shows there's no “evolution in corporate America”

On Tuesday, CEOs from some of the world’s largest companies got a letter from Laurence Fink, the founder and CEO of BlackRock.

Wonder Woman Island or the Avengers?

Last night, I watched Jessica Valenti -- a feminist advocate and author I respect a great deal-- on Comedy Central’s Alex Jones-parodying show “The Opposition.” I became a fan of the show, when they were kind enough to have me on during my book tour.

“I’m surprised there was not more of a backlash”: The inside story of putting rape culture on the ballot in Santa Clara

One of our most popular podcasts last year was with Michele Dauber, the Stanford Law Professor and head of the Committee to Recall Judge Persky, the judge in the Brock Turner case who made national headlines for giving the Stanford athlete a lenient sentence.


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