Venture capital remains a “Wild West” where rule-breaking is a foundational principle. It's time to embrace more education and industry best practices so that we can protect the public and properly train the next generation of investors. Governance may be boring, but we need more of it.
Crop biotechnology remains a contentious subject that deserves discussion. Dr. Jerry Feitelson has been involved in crop biotechnology for his entire career and continues to be a strong advocate for consumer education in the space.
Tuesday's announcement that Stephen Schwarzman, a US private equity billionaire, donated £150 million ($88 million) to Oxford University is the latest in a growing philanthropic movement to keep artificial intelligence (AI) in check.
Only 9.7% of funding goes to women-led healthtech startups. To solve the biggest health challenges investors must fund diverse founders. Because as you read this, innovations that could be literally saving lives are being left underfunded. Here's 50+ women-led startups disrupting healthtech.
The first black gay woman to break into the world of venture capital, Arlan Hamilton has leveraged her outsider status to become one of the most prominent investors backing diverse entrepreneurs. Hear her view on the future of funding for underrepresented founders at the Forbes Women's Summit 2019.
Libra is the new Facebook cryptocurrency and unlike others, it has the right components to potentially rock our daily lives. Facebook and its stoic founder Mark Zuckerberg might have a very big grin on its face when this is all settled
With a fast-growing awareness about nutrition and our own health, it is not surprising that the next wave of wellness companies are not focused on humans, but on pets. Meet Ollie, bringing nutrition to your dog.
Plaintiffs in litigation may need money before they win their case. Contingent fee lawyers may too. May Litigation finance companies offer non-recourse money up front, betting on the case result. But how are these deals taxed?
Harry Moseley had attempted to retire in late 2017 after successful tenures as CIO at Blackstone and at KPMG. Eric Yuan, the founder and CEO of Zoom came calling, and it did not take him long to convince Moseley to take on a new challenge as the first ever CIO of the company.