Bill Gates will spend much of his life figuring out how to give away the money that he has made. Warren Buffett is wiser; he decided to let Bill do the job so that Warren himself can keep running Berkshire, which he loves to do and what he is good at.
As college seniors begin signing up for job interviews, ‘startups vs not’ might be their first dilemma. Working for a startup takes guts and is a journey that gets interesting and rewarding if they share the vision of its founder/CEO.
It perturbs me when I read news with provocative and inflammatory headlines. It’s not a good start to my day. The divides between the haves and the have-nots, right-wingers and left-wingers, white vs. immigrants and people of color, are tearing us apart. Protests and reactions seem to make the daily news. Why is there so Listen MoreRead More
Last November’s presidential election results were a wakeup call for Silicon Valley. For the first time we, the Siliconeers, felt disenfranchised and irrelevant even though California is the most populous state, has created most jobs by far, and has primed the pump of innovation over past four decades. “Others” voted in a president who does Listen MoreRead More