In a new interview, former Google CEO Eric Schmidt questioned the assertion that Americans are frustrated with the tech industry, saying the sense of such dissatisfaction is “a perception that the press has.”
An effective tech CEO does not need computer programming expertise, said former Google CEO Eric Schmidt in a new interview.
Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt in a new interview rejected the notion that Capitol Hill has a role to play in regulating big tech companies.
'You suck' at running a company if you’re not successful in the current economic environment, said tech investor Gary Vaynerchuk in a new interview.
Millionaire entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk defended progressive New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in a new interview but sharply criticized her proposal to tax wealthy Americans.
The popularity of voice-enabled products like Alexa will explode in coming years, Gary Vaynerchuk in a new interview.
Amid the roller coaster stock offering of rideshare giant Lyft, its board member Valerie Jarrett said in a new interview she is bullish about the outlook for the company. “I believe in the core business,” Jarrett.
Valerie Jarrett, a longtime adviser to former President Barack Obama, weighed in on the 2020 presidential race.
Democratic megadonor Alan Patricof called on lawmakers to address income inequality but opposes a "Robin Hood" mentality.
Venture capitalist Alan Patricof warned investors to “exercise caution” toward upcoming tech IPOs, including those of ride share giants Lyft and Uber.
“There was a lot of excitement,” said Patricof. “I don't think we have the same factors operating in 2019 and going to 2020.”
Big swings in the stock market will continue as investors react to Federal Reserve decisions and public statements, predicted Allianz's chief economic adviser, Mohamed El-Erian.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is right about the negative effects of inequality but wrong when she says a society with billionaires is an immoral one, said Mohamed El-Erian.
President Donald Trump’s tax cut and deregulatory policies boosted the economy but it “needs more gas in the engine,” said Allianz Chief Economic Advisor Mohamed El-Erian.Worried about a slowing economy, El-Erian urged Trump to work with Congress to pass an infrastructure bill, saying the initiative
The #MeToo movement has brought a welcome ‘sea change’ to the media industry, says Jean Chatzky, a longtime contributor to the "Today" show.
Women are just as good or better at investing than their male counterparts, but they prefer to stash their money.
President Trump is a ‘self-admitted sexual predator’ who makes it harder for the United States to address sexual violence, says Tarana Burke, a longtime community organizer who coined the phrase “Me Too.”
A longtime believer in cryptocurrency, Ohanian called its decline a “painful thing."
Jill Abramson continues to face accusations of plagiarism over passages that closely resemble those found in articles published years prior. The book, “Merchants of Truth,” chronicles how media companies old and new are grappling with the digital age.Hours before the controversy erupted, Abramson spoke
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg will “absolutely” defeat President Donald Trump in the 2020 election, says major Democratic donor and Bloomberg confidante Steven Rattner.Bloomberg has not made up his mind about a presidential run, unsure of whether the Democratic Party will embrace a candidate
Big tech companies have bullied competitors and outrun ethical standards in an effort to “own the world,” said Jean Case, the CEO of the Case Foundation.
Yahoo Finance's Andy Serwer sits down with IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde, JPMorgan Asset & Wealth Management's Mary Erdoes, KPMG U.S. Chair and CEO Lynne Doughtie, and musician will.i.am.
President Donald Trump should immediately resign from office, said media mogul and tech investor Barry Diller.“Go home. Leave us alone, please,” said Diller, the chairman of the holding company IAC, who for years has drawn upon his multi-billion dollar fortune in support of Democrats.