On embracing risk, the challenges of the cloud computing market, and his Kansas Jayhawks obsession.
FORTUNE -- Brad Garlinghouse grew up in the American Midwest -- Kansas, to be exact. His interest in technology first began when his dad brought home a TRS 80 computer. After obtaining a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Kansas, he went on to earn his MBA from the Harvard School of Business and eventually MOREChanelle Bessette - Mar 25, 2014 5:56 PM ET
On making information "egalitarian," continuously learning, and parallel reading.
FORTUNE -- Gus Hunt -- who, as of February, has taken on an advisory role at the San Francisco-based venture capital firm Artis Ventures -- recently retired from his position as the chief technology officer of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency.
In the 28 years that he spent at the CIA, Hunt made it his mission to bring the government up to speed MOREChanelle Bessette - Mar 20, 2014 7:57 AM ET
On empowering small business owners, combining passion and a skill set, and why he feeds people constantly.
FORTUNE -- Joe Ariel is a New York City transplant who opened up shop in San Francisco with his startup Goldbely. The idea is simple: a food delivery service.
That's not new, of course. But the company distinguishes itself by finding locally sourced gourmet foods from around the country and delivering them to a person's doorstep. MOREChanelle Bessette - Mar 13, 2014 12:11 PM ET
On personalizing data, making it easier to be healthy, and the best way to learn entrepreneurship.
FORTUNE -- When Mike Lee decided he wanted to get in shape for his beach wedding, he turned to a trainer for guidance. After telling Lee that he would have to count calories to lose weight, his trainer handed him a thick, heavy book that listed only 3,000 foods and their nutritional value.
As a self-identifying MOREChanelle Bessette - Mar 11, 2014 9:41 AM ET
On why computer keyboards are outdated, how to instill work-life balance in a company, and his tendency to jump off of things.
FORTUNE -- Growing up in England, Neil Capel spent a lot of time working in his father's greengrocer shop. His father knew all of the shop's regular customers and always strived to give them a pleasant experience. Working with his dad showed Capel the power of brand loyalty, and MOREChanelle Bessette - Mar 6, 2014 10:21 AM ET
On writing, mobile technologies, and why he runs a 5K every day.
FORTUNE -- Jason Baptiste -- the 28-year-old founder and chief marketing officer of mobile publishing company Onswipe -- has always had a great eye for design. As a student at the University of Miami, he started a software company with the goal to make spreadsheets more enjoyable. When he turned 21, he dropped out of school and moved to MOREChanelle Bessette - Mar 4, 2014 12:31 PM ET
A gathering of hundreds of women in Mountain View demonstrated that being female in the technology industry should be celebrated, not excused.
FORTUNE -- It's no secret that Silicon Valley has long been a boy's club. But with more women seeking careers in STEM -- that's science, technology, engineering, and math -- fields, a support system has emerged for female entrepreneurs.
That network was on display on Saturday when the startup accelerator Y MOREChanelle Bessette - Mar 3, 2014 11:04 AM ET
His name is Gadi Amit, he's from Israel, and he has designed some of tech's most popular toys. We drop by his HQ in San Francisco to peek at his latest ideas.
FORTUNE -- Gadi Amit has the bearing of an artist, but his salt-and-pepper beard, denim button-down shirt, slim-fit gray slacks, and work-boot-inspired footwear all recall the uniform of a manufacturer -- with a little Bay Area flair, of course.
On MOREChanelle Bessette - Feb 28, 2014 9:51 AM ET
On aspirations of space travel, putting human relations in high regard, and learning not to chicken out on a good opportunity.
FORTUNE -- Jake Schwartz grew up in Oregon, and had an early love of music. Switching from violin to fiddle to guitar, he found that music developed his thinking and communication styles, a tool which came in handy later as CEO of General Assembly, the company behind the learning facilities MOREChanelle Bessette - Feb 27, 2014 1:30 PM ET
On working on her master's thesis, traveling the world, and helping people make sustainable choices.
FORTUNE -- Originally from the U.K., Jenny Rushmore grew up in a globe-trotting family. Though passionate about travel -- at 33, she has lived in nine different countries -- she has also made it her mission to help people live more sustainable lives. Previously, Rushmore led sustainability strategy and communications for Procter & Gamble (PG), a position MOREChanelle Bessette - Feb 25, 2014 9:03 AM ET
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