Pando

March 2015

  1. By David Holmes , written on

    From the News desk

  2. Listen again to this week's PandoLIVE

    Missed this week's PandoLIVE? We discussed racial profiling at Next Door, Indiana's anti-gay law and a Spotify April fool. Listen again below!

    By Paul Bradley Carr , written on

    From the News desk

  3. "Girlfriends of Silicon Valley" producer insists "we don't want to reinforce gender stereotypes"

    This past weekend, just as my gender-based outrage muscles were starting to atrophy, post- Pao trial -- a flyer showed up in my Twitter stream...

    By Dan Raile , written on

    From the News desk

  4. Car maintenance sucks — but Openbay’s new device helps drivers not get screwed over

    Car maintenance, and the costs associated with auto care, is a pain point and often a total mystery for many car owners. It is also one of the last industries where the consumer has traditionally had no power over negotiations, especially once a car is in an auto repair shop.

    By Dennis Keohane , written on

    From the News desk

  5. Tired of federal fight, Brad Feld funds EIR program to help foreign entrepreneurs get US visas

    In a post on his personal blog today, Brad Feld announced that not only was he helping launch a new entrepreneur-in-residence program at Colorado University in his hometown of Boulder, but that he and his wife Amy would be privately backing the first year of the initiative.

    By Dennis Keohane , written on

    From the News desk

  6. Beyond Thiel: Google, Microsoft, and the other big tech firms funding ultraconservative Ted Cruz

    Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) is a grown man who wants to abolish the IRS. He also thinks birth control "induces abortions" and plays to his party's ugliest impulses when it comes to same-sex marriage, climate change, and countries where lots of Muslims live.

    By David Holmes , written on

    From the News desk

  7. In the Silk Road case, the gov't turned out to be as dirty as the defendant. New trial coming?

    After a jury in February found Ross Ulbricht guilty of narcotics and money laundering conspiracies among other charges, in conjunction with his role as the mastermind behind the Silk Road online drug marketplace, even most long-time Ulbricht supporters looked at the preponderance of evidence against him and assumed the case was resoundingly closed. Yesterday, the door to that conviction may have cracked open a tiny bit.

    By Michael Carney , written on

    From the News desk

  8. Why BlackBerry has become an interesting company again

    Maybe you stopped caring about BlackBerry long before its share of the global smartphone market fell below 1 percent. Maybe you never even got the whole CrackBerry thing a decade ago. Whatever the case, if watching a dying company attempt a bold turnaround in two years – two years – is an interesting idea, you might want to take another look at the company.

    By Kevin Kelleher , written on

    From the News desk

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