Silicon Valley CEOs Are Letting Employees Expense Their Trips To Burning Man And Tell Us Again About Interest Rates Being Too High
There's economic data in the Orgy Dome.
Tim Armstrong is laughing his ass off right now.
If startups aren't buying ping pong tables anymore, it's time to burn it all down.
Yahoo Japan is actually a good business, maybe because Yahoo doesn't touch it.
We've reached a point at Yahoo where this actually makes sense.
The internet has a short memory, but it's longer than the guys behind RedZone are about to find out.
"Ha ha ha... Kill him" replied Larry Fink.
Evita Mayer has not yet begun to fight!
You know Jeff Bezos has emotions because he tells you what they are and when he's having them.
They might as well work on Wall Street.
Nothing pumps up morale like a little midweek career Russian roulette.
The Uber CEO wishes that things were different you guys, but...oops, sorry, he just closed a $200 million round.
Sorry, Friendster, it was another "hard pass."
Hey, watch where you're going! Fred Wilson is INVESTING OVER HERE!
Double M is basically the Rasputin of Tech at this point.
She's making a list and checking it twi...Most of you are fired.
Evan Spiegel is hoping Millennials will put their money in the same place they put their nude selfies.
Yahoo should at least be relieved that it doesn't sell breadsticks.
Sounds like somebody's already (dangerously) bored by just sitting around the house.
Square's IPO is the best of times, Square's IPO is the worst of times.
Overriding at Alphabet is less "Don't be evil," More "Netflix n' chill within the parameters of the law."
He's not distracted anymore, in fact
Today in Silicon Valley schadenfreude.
Why is Silicon Valley so hard on men that want to be CEO of a few companies at once?
Reports of bad morale at Twitter HQ might have something to do with the high incidence of crybabies working there.
Lay off, dad! I'm slowly building my multibillion dollar advertising play.!
He stopped just sort of saying "Never Tweet."
Uber's been causing trouble all around the world, but now it's getting hit right in its own backyard.
It's a full-on Sartre nightmare out there.
Nobody has a Microsoft smartphone, so Microsoft is gonna stop making smartphones.
Evan Spiegel are looking to trade dick pics for ad impressions, but they only seem to know how they WON'T be doing it.
Throwback Friday, y'all!
Every time someone from Uber talks publicly, you realize why it's not a public company.
Reality is murky in Silicon Valley, but the money is real as f*ck.
For the "1099 economy," people remain the unsolvable element.
Record labels are cool, right? You're so old!
Get in the tub, nerd. Kalanick's been in there for weeks!
Because simply complying with the existing manner through which we legally categorize and tax working people is just so... "basic."
George Zimmer has an "It's like Uber, but for..." idea.
When Evan Spiegel speaks, a generation is defined.
Well, this should go swimmingly.