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May 8th 2014 6:00pm

Mike Maples, Jr

Founding Partner, Floodgate

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General Partner, Spark Capital

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August 14th 2014 6:00pm

Jeff Weiner

CEO, LinkedIn

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September 18th 2014 6:00pm

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Partner, Bessemer Venture Partners

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October 23rd 2014 6:00pm

Aneel Bhusri & Jerry Yang

Co-Founder & Co-CEO, Workday and Partner, Greylock; Partner, AME Ventures and Co-Founder & Former CEO, Yahoo!

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The Week in Review


john-bates-clark-award An economics prize tells us something very worrying about the news business, and ourselves Indiegogo moves on from Healbe PR disaster by locking a woman out of her account when she asked for a refund New shocking research proves that rich people control American politics REVEALED: Recipient of New Jersey pension deal housed charity run by Gov. Christie’s wife Measuring the value Marissa Mayer’s destroying at Yahoo! Report: Heartbleed was used to attack “a large corporation” less than 24 hours after the bug was discovered Jasper Wireless became a $1 billion company by being into the Internet of Things way before you were This little-known Arkansas founder raised $93 million and he’s speaking at Southland Chris Christie’s $300m pension proposal broke state anti-corruption laws (And now the intended recipient threatens to sue Pando) Samsung to bring ads to Milk Music, the streaming service with no reason to exist CrowdCurity shines a security spotlight to the bitcoin industry with crowdsourced bug bounties Why this group of investors is still trying to save Mt. Gox Can love be hacked into a successful public company? Zuckerberg’s launches attack ad against immigration troll Steve King Dancing Giants: Why large companies should embrace the minimum viable product The scandalous statistical mess around Obamacare There’s now an app store for governments: But will this really make them adopt new technologies faster? Lavabit creator held in contempt for making a (tiny, tiny) point