There’s more to see...
Sign up to discover and save different things to try in 2015.

Companies


Companies

  • 44 Pins

[INFOGRAFIK] Billion Dollar Startups!

elon-musk-tesla

Google's amazing growth [infographic]

Is Apple Still Winning? A Look At Some Numbers – Infographic

Valuation.

Like 'Blood Diamonds' Should Consumers Avoid 'Patent Lawsuit Phones?' Infographic #ApplevsSamsung

The Chris Voss Show Podcast 27 Apple vs. Samsung Lawsuit & Facebook App Update #ApplevsSamsung

Ever wonder what the Pinterest offices actually look like? We take a behind the scenes look at Pinterest HQ in Palo Alto.

Tech acquisitions so far in 2012

For a handful of enterprise social media firms, 2012 has been a version of 1999.

How Amazon Saves a Ton of Money

The silent killer ? Complacency

Google: ‘We’re Like a Bank for Your Data’

The Facebook IPO Players Club: Sean Parker BY KIT EATON They were doing just fine before, but the biggest of Facebook's minority owners are about to be catapulted into a far more elite bracket. As we ponder what they'll do with with new millions (or an estimated $3.4 billion, in Sean Parker's case), here's a look at what got them where they are today. Fast Company

10 startups that couldn’t have done it without. Gigaom

How Mark Zuckerberg Hacked the Valley - Businessweek

Apple replacing Google maps.

Welcome to Apple - new employee's joining letter apparently ! wow !

LinkedIn buys SlideShare for 118 million $

The Key To A Great Meeting Is Kicking Some People Out Of It. Fast Company

Why Extreme Transparency Requires Extreme Trust. Fast Company

Kate Aronowitz, Facebook’s Design Director, On Crafting A Design-Led Organization IN LESS THAN A DECADE, ARONOWITZ HAS HOPPED BETWEEN SOME OF THE VALLEY’S MOST ADMIRED STARTUPS: EBAY, LINKEDIN, AND FACEBOOK. AND SHE’S LEARNED HOW TO RELATE DESIGN’S IMPORTANCE WITHIN A BIG ORGANIZATION. Fast Company

57 canciones para celebrar a Steve Jobs on http://entermedia.mx/2012/02/57-canciones-para-celebrar-a-steve-jobs/

The 100 Best Corporate Citizens A new list of the most admirable companies has some curious additions, including oil and tobacco companies. Is there more to being a good business than not destroying people or the environment? Fast Company