The Silicon Valley startup factory that birthed Airbnb and Dropbox has grown even more ambitious under its new leader.
In 1973, Yvon Chouinard started Patagonia to make climbing gear he couldn't find elsewhere. Over decades of growth, he has implemented a unique philosophy about business, leadership and profit.
The FCC has announced plans to roll back policies on net neutrality, and its new head has indicated he has no plan to stop soon.
We just got hard proof that America’s checks and balances are still working.
I’m pretty dismayed that I actually have to write this post, but I feel that it’s necessary. The vast majority of the readers of my blog will have come to appreciate that I take a very measured and rational approach to explaining the reasons to my conclusions reached for the topics I discuss. You may not agree with my conclusions, but I think I have proven to be logical, at the very least. There is however a vocal minority who disagree.
From small-town girl to youngest female CEO of a bank in the U.S., Christa Steele’s professional journey has been nothing short of inspiring. She shares with us how she rose to such success and offers her advice for future CEOs.
In a press release sent out this morning, Patagonia announced it will not be participating in Outdoor Retailer, one of the biggest trade shows in the country held twice a year in Salt Lake City, Utah. The company is doing so in response to Utah Gov. Gary Herbert's move to rescind the Bears Ears National Monument last week.
In 2004, ten years after Netscape launched, Tim O'Reilly launched the 'Web 2.0' conference, proposing (or branding) a generational shift in how the web worked. There were lots of trends, and none of them really started in 2004, but to me, looking back, the key thing was that people said 'if we forget about dial-up and forget about supporting old and buggy web browsers, and presume that lots of people are online and have got used to this stuff now, what can we build now that we couldn't build before?