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“I’m surprised there was not more of a backlash”: The inside story of putting rape culture on the ballot in Santa Clara

One of our most popular podcasts last year was with Michele Dauber, the Stanford Law Professor and head of the Committee to Recall Judge Persky, the judge in the Brock Turner case who made national headlines for giving the Stanford athlete a lenient sentence.

Will Dropbox reset investor demand for tech IPOs?

Not long ago, the IPO was regarded as a rite of passage into the adulthood that is the public stock market - a less sheltered and often more unforgiving environment, yet the all but inevitable goal.

Early Facebook investor Roger McNamee says Facebook’s moves today aren’t nearly enough

Roger McNamee isn’t the first-- or even second-- crucial early Facebook insider to argue how damaging the company’s core business MO has become to society.

America isn’t the feminist envy of the world and Silicon Valley isn’t the feminist envy of US industries

Things are so unequal in so much of the world, that we can slip into, “Yeah, but things aren’t perfect everywhere...” thinking.

Oh, Snap: Evan Spiegel lost focus on Stories and rolled out the red carpet for copycats

It’s a pretty sick burn that the Daily Beast prefaces its story that walks through six months of detailed Snapchat DAU data with a 13-graph lead about just how “ballistic” CEO and co-founder goes when there’s a leak and the extreme lengths the company goes to to prevent them.

It's time to replace the unicorn as a symbol of billion dollar startups. I have a suggestion...

It's time to replace the unicorn as a symbol of startups valued above a billion dollars, and so I'd like to suggest the oil derrick.

Damn Girl, You’ve Got a High AQ


Editor's note: This is a guest post by Natalie Fratto, VP of Early Stage Practice at Silicon Valley bank.

Facebook's stunning twelve month fall from grace

Regular Pando readers know we have a saying here: When a tech company tells you something is “too hard” what they are really saying is they don’t prioritize it.

Facebook's stunning twelve month fall from grace

Regular Pando readers know we have a saying here: When a tech company tells you something is “too hard” what they are really saying is they don’t prioritize it.

As Softbank backs Uber and Didi buys 99, it’s sinking in how much Asia has dominated global ridesharing

As we were taking some time off for the holidays, the news finally broke that that Softbank deal with Uber is done.

As Softbank backs Uber and Didi buys 99, it’s sinking in how much Asia has dominated global ridesharing

As we were taking some time off for the holidays, the news finally broke that that Softbank deal with Uber is done.

As Softbank backs Uber and Didi buys 99, it’s sinking in how much Asia has dominated global ridesharing

As we were taking some time off for the holidays, the news finally broke that that Softbank deal with Uber is done.

The difference between being a gifted middle school boy and a gifted middle school girl

Anne Halsall is the kind of badass mom who made her own nursing app when she couldn’t find one she liked.

The difference between being a gifted middle school boy and a gifted middle school girl

Anne Halsall is the kind of badass mom who made her own nursing app when she couldn’t find one she liked.

The difference between being a gifted middle school boy and a gifted middle school girl

Anne Halsall is the kind of badass mom who made her own nursing app when she couldn’t find one she liked.

When a company says it hires “maniacs” and “ruthless” “allstars” who do “whatever it takes”, believe them

Textio-- an augmented writing platform for job listings -- released a fascinating study last week. Sadly, it didn’t get a ton of attention in the flood of political news and on going sexual harassment allegations, or as it’s come to be known “another day in 2017.” The company looked at the “hiring language” from 25,000 recent job descriptions at major tech companies.

When a company says it hires “maniacs” and “ruthless” “allstars” who do “whatever it takes”, believe them

Textio-- an augmented writing platform for job listings -- released a fascinating study last week. Sadly, it didn’t get a ton of attention in the flood of political news and on going sexual harassment allegations, or as it’s come to be known “another day in 2017.” The company looked at the “hiring language” from 25,000 recent job descriptions at major tech companies.

When a company says it hires “maniacs” and “ruthless” “allstars” who do “whatever it takes”, believe them

Textio-- an augmented writing platform for job listings -- released a fascinating study last week. Sadly, it didn’t get a ton of attention in the flood of political news and on going sexual harassment allegations, or as it’s come to be known “another day in 2017.” The company looked at the “hiring language” from 25,000 recent job descriptions at major tech companies.

2017 ends much the same as it began for Uber: With more bad news

Why should 2017 end any differently for Uber than it began? Yesterday, news came out that the EU has ruled Uber must be regulated as a transportation company, not an information services company.

2017 ends much the same as it began for Uber: With more bad news

Why should 2017 end any differently for Uber than it began? Yesterday, news came out that the EU has ruled Uber must be regulated as a transportation company, not an information services company.


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