“Startups die of indigestion, not starvation” is one of the rules for building “iconic companies,” Mayfield Venture Capital Managing Partner Navin Chaddha Ph.D. ’92 said int a Wednesday presentation as part of the Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Seminar series.
On Tuesday afternoon, Stanford Career Education (BEAM) hosted the 2018 Venture: Startup Careers Fair.
Slock.it’s story is but but one turbulent chapter in the no less than tumultuous story of cryptocurrencies. Not yet a decade old, cryptocurrency got its start in 2009 after an anonymous user under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto posted a white paper outlining a system for trustless transactions.
In this edition of Gram Grads, The Stanford Daily sat down with Danica Jacinto (M.B.A. ’17), a recent graduate from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business (GSB), to discuss themes of giving back and enjoying life.
For some Stanford startup founders, “anti-establishment” and privilege go hand in hand.
Student film production is hard. Imagine having to do an immense group project that meets over multiple months with at least 10 people involved. And that barely comes close to describing the difficulties present in working on any student production. A suitable location has to be booked, usually for multiple days. Scores of lines have…
On Friday, May 8, the Business Association of Stanford Entrepreneurial Students (BASES) filled the Arrillaga Alumni Center with the clamor of pitches and prototypes made by aspiring Stanford entrepreneurs during the BASES Challenge Competition. In this two-decade-old annual competition, BASES awards $100,000 in prize money to the winning teams as determined by a panel of judges.
In sum, we still face a gender disparity in the corporate world. In the top 100 companies, 83 percent of executive committees were men, according to the Gender Balance Score Card. As a result, The Dish Daily is launching a series on Women in Technology to highlight female leaders in the Bay Area.