Recently I’ve been hosting roundtable discussions over dinner in New York and London with publishing executives who are betting big that native advertising will drive major revenue growth in 2015 for their businesses. 854 more words
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U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker arrived in Silicon Valley early Monday morning to check in with entrepreneurs.
A marathon-running, no-nonsense woman in gray slacks, Pritzker has been working hard to build a better relationship between Washington, D.C., and the sometimes notoriously anti-government, … 766 more words
AUSTIN, Texas — Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) said yesterday that introducing new patent reform legislation is high on his agenda when a new body of Congress convenes in 2015. 665 more words
When any technological field such as biotechnology continues advancing in breaking formerly-impossible barriers, there should be at least one concerned-but-informed voice that invites discussions.
Technology advocates might call him or her a non-expert, coward or dragging force to better life assisted by technologies. 648 more words
The White House has nominated Google executive Megan Smith as the country’s new chief technology officer, making her only the third person to assume the role since it was created. 262 more words
Contrary to its descriptive-sounding name, the position of “piracy czar” doesn’t actually require knowledge of swashbuckling and looking good why wearing an eye patch.
No, it’s actually a role created by Congress under the… 235 more words