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Dan Raile

  1. Google, Apple, Genentech file to be included in suit they fought to be removed from. What gives?

    The Silicon Valley corporate practice of shipping outlying employees to-and-from HQ in giant private shuttles erupted in conflict early last year with a spate of well-documented bus blockades.

    By Dan Raile

    From the News desk

  2. Pao to pay KPCB $275k in fees, way cleared for appeal

    June began with news that Ellen Pao had filed to appeal the ruling in her gender discrimination case against Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers. Yet further information as to the scope and specifics of that appeal has neither been filed with the court or discussed in public.

    By Dan Raile

    From the News desk

  3. Pandoland 2015 startup battle has a winner!

    The Pandoland 2015 Startup competition has drawn to a close, and our lucky winner is... umano!

    By Dan Raile

    From the News desk

  4. Jose Antonio Vargas at Pandoland: Immigration in America is a farce

    In recent years, journalist, filmmaker, and entrepreneur Jose Antonio Vargas has built a new extension on an already impressive career, with his personal immigration story and a keenness to have straightforward conversations about the issue as his basic materials. This morning that ongoing dialogue made a tour stop on stage at Pandoland in Nashville.

    By Dan Raile

    From the News desk

  5. Pandoland welcomes James Freeman: The Proust-quoting, classical music junkie behind Blue Bottle Coffee

    James Freeman of Blue Bottle Coffee took to the stage this morning at Pandoland and in less than half an hour secured his place as perhaps the most enigmatic of San Francisco’s myriad venture-backed founders. Softly-spoken, bombast-deficient, earnest, gray, and fatherly, he might be best described as the Colonel Sanders of pour-overs. And $115.7 million in venture investments agree.

    By Dan Raile

    From the News desk

  6. A clue emerges in the curious case of "Iterating Grace"

    The trailblazing, first-generation computer programmer Alan Kay once said that you can divide the pioneers of personal computing into two camps: those who read and those who didn’t. (I read about that in John Markoff's excellent "What the Dormouse Said.")

    By Dan Raile

    From the News desk

  7. A shift in tactics: Vote postponed while Airbnb & supporters consider growing opposition

    Before yesterday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, Airbnb put on a show for cameramen from local network affiliates and a small group of sticker people and print press outside City Hall.

    By Dan Raile

    From the News desk

  8. A primer for today's Airbnb rules hearing at SF's City Hall

    "What if we could actually live in a world of our own design? ... When you're building a company you're building a world which you get to live in. It's a world of your values. You create the rules, you create the values, and eventually if you're successful that world grows."

    By Dan Raile

    From the News desk

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