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Has Instagram accidentally taken out Pinterest on its way to taking out Snap?

Despite being smack in the middle of its demographic, I have never been a Pinterest user. I actually just signed up again to try to see if the service was more compelling now.

Who is Meera Kaul?


A few weeks ago, Pando wrote about the latest comeback attempt of disgraced venture capitalist and admitted sexual harasser Justin Caldbeck.

Making Room at the Table: An interview with Sallie Krawcheck

Sallie Krawcheck is one of my favorite entrepreneurs. I finally got to meet her last year after many years following her career as one of the most senior women on Wall Street.

“I do have fear. I just don't have fear of the usual kinds of things.”

We’re not quite ready to let International Women’s Day go yet. We spend so much time writing about the bro-forces trying to keep women out of the tech world.

Beyond #MeToo: A new initiative #MovingForward seeks to hold a newly shaken Silicon Valley accountable

One thing that has become crystal clear over the last year of reporting is just how much internal HR has the back of the companies and not employees.

How the Valley went to deriding the Winklevosses and the Samwers to emulating them

There was a time it cost millions of dollars to get a consumer product to market. There was a time that it cost millions even to get an Internet consumer product live.

Sometimes these things have a way of working out: Drew Houston on turning his own disorganization into a $10bn company

Now that Dropbox is finally poised to go public there will be two storylines to watch. The first will be about this era of runaway valuations.

“I miss the frivolous”

“He won’t stop raping me… RU there?... It’s my dad.” It’s a text message Nancy Lublin will never forget.

Spotify's direct offering is cheaper and simpler than an IPO, but brings new risks for investors

“Transparency breeds trust,” Spotify CEO Daniel Ek tweeted after his company filed for a direct stock listing.

#TheGapTable

Three years ago this week, we launched #ANGELS and began investing in early-stage startups as a collective.

How to be “credible” even if you're a woman... and other takeaways from the Berkeley sexual discrimination investigation

Last week, we published an in-depth investigative story about five women who were all driven out of a division of UC Berkeley’s IT department.

Dropbox's prospectus offers encouragement to a weary IPO market

Dropbox's prospectus offers encouragement to a weary IPO market Dropbox is not only the largest IPO since Snap, it's the company likely to have the biggest influence on this year's IPO market.

The Bear’s Lair: The untold story of systemic gender discrimination inside UC Berkeley’s IT Department


Vanessa Kaskiris was born in Hollywood and has blond hair, but she’s not what you are probably picturing right now.

The Bear’s Lair: The untold story of systemic gender discrimination inside UC Berkeley’s IT Department


Vanessa Kaskiris was born in Hollywood and has blond hair, but she’s not what you are probably picturing right now.

Admitted sexual harasser Justin Caldbeck won't be speaking at a Women In STEM conference after all

Last Friday, Valley entrepreneur Niniane Wang was alerted to the existence of the upcoming “Women in STEM Gender Summit” in Mountain View at the Computer History Museum.

Waymo vs Uber: Was it worth all that attention?

As the douche settles after the Waymo vs Uber case, let’s take a moment to ask: What was that all about?

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.


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