Hacker News, the forum run by Y Combinator, is trying out a "Political Detox Week." Commenters are crying foul.
Being a control freak pays off. "It’s impossible for somebody to go rogue in Discover."
The White House has partnered up with the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative and Stanford to host an invite-only event focused on the ways that technology can "solve" issues like poverty, inequality, and economic immobility
Treating charity like a startup means bigger bets on bolder ideas, but some bad habits, too.
According to a new lawsuit filed against the music streaming service, a former employee was fired the day after requesting a private room to breast-pump.
"Genuinely how many folks sit down, break bread with someone who doesn’t look like them?"
“I helped meme a President into office, cucks.”
“If you do not agree with this statement then please reply to this email with your resignation because you have no place here," CEO Matt Maloney said in an email to more than 1,000 employees.
“Sometimes I feel like we’re just a bunch of nerds who don’t know how to play the game.”
"Everyone I know in Silicon Valley is in shock."
BuzzFeed News estimates that since its inception in 2005, Founders Fund invested in 27 startups with at least one female co-founder.
“I think he’s going to change everything that he says he will”
Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and investors spoke about Trump both onstage and to BuzzFeed News at Vanity Fair's New Establishment Summit in San Francisco.
Donald Trump’s popularity is prompting the tech industry to wonder whether its massive success has left some Americans behind.
Tech's high priesthood has compared Donald Trump to Hitler and Stalin. But that doesn't mean they'll stop doing business with one of his biggest backers.
“I don’t think there’s anything titillating about what we’re doing — it’s all horrific, as it should be,” Wood said of the controversial rape scenes in HBO's new sci-fi drama about the dark side of virtual reality.
Y Combinator’s Sam Altman is back at it again with the civic engagement.
It's always #sundayfunday in Silicon Valley.
Emily Weiss has reinvented herself from reality TV villain to patron saint of dewy skin, no-makeup makeup, and no-commerce commerce. How she got women — and investors — to buy in.
What’s the brother of Trump’s son-in-law supposed to do?