Yves Behar, chief creative officer, Jawbone and founder and chief designer, Fuseproject, joined Rebekah Cox, product design manager at Quora, Tony Fadell, founder and CEO of Nest, and Doreen Lorenzo, president of Frog Design on stage at Fortune's Brainstorm Tech conference to discuss the importance of design.
Jul 19, 2012 2:06 PM ET
Gene Munster, senior research analyst with Piper Jaffray, and Horace Dediu, founder of Asymco.com, talked about what's next for Apple under Tim Cook's leadership at Fortune Brainstorm Tech in Aspen, Colorado.Jul 19, 2012 12:29 PM ET
Victor Koo, Founder, Chairman and CEO, YouKu, Inc., sat down with Fortune's Jessi Hempel at Brainstorm Tech in Aspen. They talked about the challenges and opportunities to online video in China. An unedited transcript and video are below.
VICTOR KOO: (In progress) ‑‑ two-thirds, or 70 percent actually comes from professionally syndicated content, TV series, movies, music, videos, news, entertainment, programs, and the like. And so the reason is, within China, if you MOREJul 19, 2012 11:38 AM ET
A conversation between Fortune's Adam Lashinsky and Zynga CEO Mark Pincus at Fortune's Brainstorm Tech Conference in Aspen. An unedited video and transcript are below.
MODERATOR: Okay. Now is it my great pleasure to introduce to you a man who needs no introduction in this room, because he has been with us for many years. The founder and CEO Of Zynga, Mark Pincus, in conversation with our own Adam Lashinsky. Main MOREJul 18, 2012 5:16 PM ET
The JC Penney CEO has his work cut out for him in turning the discount chain around. Fortune's Jennifer Reingold interviewed Johnson at Brainstorm Tech. What follows is an unedited transcript of the conversation.
JENNIFER REINGOLD: Good morning, everybody. Good morning, Ron.
RON JOHNSON: Good morning.
JENNIFER REINGOLD: Thank you so much for being here. You should all know that Ron ahs really not spoken to the press in several months, and decided MOREJul 18, 2012 4:54 PM ET
To get as big as its founder envisions the company might need to, well, slow down.
By Ryan Bradley, senior editor
FORTUNE -- By any metric Airbnb -- the social vacation rental website -- has expanded extremely quickly. In just four years, it has added about 500 employees, been valued at $1.3 billion, and opened offices around the world. It just moved into new digs in San Francisco, which will allow for MOREJul 18, 2012 3:34 PM ET
The startup's CEO and co-founder, Erika Trautman, says its technology can be used by anyone, from fifth graders to cable companies.
FORTUNE -- Millions of people watch funny cat videos on YouTube, but the experience mostly consists of sitting back and hitting play, pause or stop. Now a small company called Flixmaster is trying to make the online viewing experience more interactive. How? By providing easy-to-use tools that let publishers and MOREMichal Lev-Ram, writer - Jul 18, 2012 3:01 PM ET
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper took the stage at Fortune Brainstorm Tech to discuss politics, governing during tough economic times, and fracking. Fortune's Andy Serwer interviewed him.
MR. SERWER: Welcome, Governor Hickenlooper, to Fortune Brainstorm Tech.
GOVERNOR HICKENLOOPER: Glad to be here.
MR. SERWER: We should say a big thank you to you, because I've been calling Walter Isaacson, the head of the Aspen Institute our host, and he's not really our host. Governor MOREJul 18, 2012 12:32 PM ET
How do you shift a large company to a new business model? Time Inc. CEO Laura Lang joined John Riccitiello, CEO of Electronic Arts, and Brad Smith CEO of Intuit to discuss. Fortune's Stephanie Mehta moderated. An unedited video and transcript are below.
STEPHANIE MEHTA: Good afternoon, everyone. That's a hard act to follow in terms of sheer brain power, but we're going to try.
So, this panel could just as easily be MOREJul 18, 2012 12:23 PM ET
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