For over a decade Stephen Tobolowsky has been sharing stories. Have you heard the one about his Talmud collection?
Jim Scheinman named Zoom. Now he wants to diversify tech
Schumer said that consumers buying the gifts at slashed prices may end up giving their DNA to third-party users.
23andMe made its name in direct-to-consumer ancestry tests; now it plans to use the data it’s collected to help pharma companies develop new drugs.
Today’s gender gap in Silicon Valley starts with “girls opting out of math and science around the third grade.”
Silicon Valley is home to many head-scratching startups, and just as many rich investors looking for ways to extend their lifespans.
A Silicon Valley student admitted that he intentionally slipped an anti-Semitic slur into his high school’s yearbook.
In Sheryl Sandberg’s own technology sector, women remain woefully underrepresented in leadership roles, even more so than in fields generally considered heavily male-dominated like financial services.
The Kitchen Table is closing. The eatery ultimately failed in its attempt to cater to kashrut-observant Jews in Silicon Valley with a California fusion menu.