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As disruptive companies like Netflix and YouTube have spurred a cord-cutting revolution, cable and satellite companies have fought back with burgeoning virtual multichannel video programming distributor,
Former CEO Eric Schmidt says Google had to revamp its whole hiring process because they were interviewing candidates 16
• In a recent podcast interview, former Google CEO Eric Schmidt spoke openly about the company's infamously grueling interview process in the early days of the company. • Schmidt admitted that they interviewed
Eric Schmidt takes the blame for Google's social networking failures: 'I suspect we didn’t fully understand how to do it'
• In a recent podcast interview with economist Tyler Cowen, former Google CEO Eric Schmidt said the company's failure to build the next, big social network was mostly his fault. • "I think it would be
Village Global is leveraging its network of tech luminaries to support the next generation of entrepreneurs. The $100 million early-stage venture capital firm, which counts Microsoft’s Bill Gates, Facebook’s
Taking to the Air by Lily Ford, review: a colourful history of flight, from the Wright Brothers to RyanAir
When the American computing executive Eric Schmidt declared in 1999 that the internet was "the first thing humanity has built that humanity doesn't understand", he demonstrated some remarkable insularity
Azealia Banks reveals why she thinks Elon Musk was right to settle with the SEC and who Tesla should tap as its new chairman
• Azealia Banks tells Business Insider that she is "proud" of Elon Musk's decision to settle with the SEC, paying a $20 million fine and agreeing to step down as chairman. • Many theorized that Banks have
Yesterday, extremely rich technology executive Eric Schmidt tweeted that he wanted to figure out ways to increase the wages of lower-income and middle-class people. In his own words, he said he wanted
Eric Schmidt, the former executive chairman of Alphabet Inc. who championed Sidewalk Labs’ smart-city bid for a lucrative slice of Toronto’s waterfront, brushed aside concerns the project will leave Canadian