The Los Gatos-based streaming giant yanked an early installment in the comedy series over its criticism of the kingdom’s monarchy.
On Election Day, voters will have the option of a free ride, courtesy of Ford GoBike, Uber and Lyft.
The second day of C2SV took an introspective look at Silicon Valley, a land of immigrants, innovators and self-absorbed noobs.
Driverless cars have the ability to ease traffic, save lives and reduce pollution—but, of course, they come with a catch.
A series of egregious wage theft cases show how Silicon Valley’s disruptive industries can open the door for employee abuse.
The Silicon Valley Leadership Group CEO and his lobbyist wife used their combined political power to help clients in the taxi-TNC fight.
San Jose lifted some rules for ridesharing services Uber and Lyft. Now the city will decide whether to extend similar treatment to taxis.
The traditional taxi industry has been through much of what Uber is experiencing now, which is why ridesharing companies must be properly regulated.
In a strategic advance earlier this year, Yellow Checker Cab owner Larry Silva made a calculated decision to hire many of the city’s most well-known lobbyists/consultants before Uber or Lyft made a move.
I watched a piece on CNN the other day that really tied the room together, in terms of the battle over America’s energy future. Recently in this space, I’ve ranted about rentseekers—established industries backed by favorable regulations that stifle innovation and thrive by maintaining the status quo. This story rides a thru-line from social innovators, like Uber and Airbnb, to the heart of the solar energy revolution, and it exposes a dilemma at the core of our economy: The free market doesn’t really exist.