Entrepreneurial inmates at San Quentin are getting a chance to present their ideas to tech and business leaders.
A Silicon Valley venture capitalist is predicting some stormy weather and “dead unicorns” in the tech industry.
The former CEO of a Walnut Creek and Lafayette-based venture capital firm was sentenced in an Oakland courtroom Wednesday to two years in prison and ordered to pay $1.3 million in restitution for a wire fraud scheme he devised to pay off personal debts
Facebook says that venture capitalist Jim Breyer won’t seek re-election to its board of directors.
A Silicon Valley entrepreneur was so committed to his startup company that he ended up living and working illegally on AOL’s campus in Palo Alto late last year.