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Kleiner Perkins Q&A: We Felt ‘Betrayed’ by Ellen Pao

bloomberg.com — Ellen Pao's gender-discrimination lawsuit against her former employer, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, was the most closely watched trial in recent Silicon Valley history, and revealed intimate details about the inner workings of the storied venture capital firm. This week, a judge ruled that Pao will have to pay Kleiner Perkins about $276,000 in court costs after losing the lawsuit.

Kleiner Perkins’s Doerr Says Felt ‘Betrayed’ by Ellen Pao Suit

bloomberg.com — John Doerr, general partner of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, said he felt ``betrayed'' by Ellen Pao's claims of gender discrimination at the venture capital firm. "I read her suit and the world that she described was not what our partnership is or what we stand for," Doerr, who joined the firm about 35 years ago, said in an interview with Emily Chang broadcast Thursday on Bloomberg Television's Studio 1.0.

EBay Said to Plan Sale of Enterprise Unit in Time for Split

bloomberg.com — EBay Inc. plans to select a buyer for its enterprise division by July 1, when the e-commerce company plans to officially split off its PayPal division, people familiar with the matter said. Private equity firm Thomas H. Lee Partners is one of the remaining bidders, said the people, who asked not to be named because the negotiations are private.

Square Could Conduct IPO This Year, Former COO Keith Rabois Says

bloomberg.com — Square Inc. will eventually be a publicly traded company and could conduct an initial public offering this year if it wanted to, its former chief operating officer said.

Uber investor predicts technology industry decline

theglobeandmail.com — Chris Sacca, an investor in companies including Twitter Inc. and Uber Technologies Inc., said too much money is flowing to technology startups that will fail in a coming industry slowdown. Mr. Sacca, who invests through his fund Lowercase Capital LLC, said he often passes on opportunities to back entrepreneurs who later find financing at rates he thinks are unreasonable.

Uber Investor Chris Sacca Predicts Technology Industry Decline

bloomberg.com — Chris Sacca, an investor in companies including Twitter Inc. and Uber Technologies Inc., said too much money is flowing to technology startups that will fail in a coming industry slowdown. Sacca, who invests through his fund Lowercase Capital LLC, said he often passes on opportunities to back entrepreneurs who later find financing at rates he thinks are unreasonable.

San Francisco Subleases climb as Square lists office space

contracostatimes.com — By Emily Chang and Kara Wetzel Bloomberg News Posted: 05/28/2015 05:16:00 PM PDT Updated: 05/29/2015 06:51:35 PM PDT Square is putting part of its San Francisco headquarters space on the market, joining a growing number of technology companies subleasing offices in the city after planning for future expansion.

Pandora’s Westergren Sees Sports, Traffic Added to Music Service

bloomberg.com — Pandora Media Inc. founder Tim Westergren sees a future for the music streaming service that includes weather reports, news and sports. Regular features on traditional radio, such services could be geographically targeted so they enhance the Pandora product, Westergren said in an interview.

Square Joins Tech Firms Subleasing San Francisco Offices

bloomberg.com — Square Inc. is putting part of its San Francisco headquarters space on the market, joining a growing number of technology companies subleasing offices in the city after planning for future expansion. Square, the mobile-payments company co-founded by Twitter Inc.

HBO’s Silicon Valley Creators Q&A: Don’t Burst the Tech Bubble

bloomberg.com — The HBO comedy Silicon Valley isn't just a hit - it's especially popular in the world that it lampoons. That's something, given how merciless some of the jokes are. Even Google Inc. co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin were spotted wearing T-shirts of Hooli and Pied Piper, the fictional tech giant and disruptive startup that battle each other in the show.
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Jun 08, 2015

This is the woman who is on stage right now, Jennifer Bailey of Apple Pay linkedin.com/in/jbaileyz

Jun 08, 2015

Craig Federighi re: your data: "We honestly just don't wanna know...all of this is done on device and it stays on your device."#WWDC15

Jun 08, 2015

Starting with OSX, then iOS, "and today we're bringing native apps to the watch"...

Jun 07, 2015

"Zuck" wouldn't let Google buy Twitter & Alibaba wants it too -- more of my chat w/ @sacca on Studio 1.0 this week bloom.bg/1RQr2Uy

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