Amazon Delivery Drones, Uber’s Revenue Leaks, and 23andMe’s FDA Troubles

Amazon’s much-buzzed-about experiments in making deliveries using unmanned flying drones, the leaked screenshot that showed just how much money Uber is raking in (it’s a lot), and 23andMe’s battles with the FDA over the marketing and sale of its genetic testing kits. Leena Rao, Colleen Taylor, and Ryan Lawler talk about the weekly tech news. […]

Trumaker’s Custom Made-to-Measure Men’s Shirts

Made-to-measure has been done on a more mainstream level for formal clothing, but Trumaker is focusing on the casual space with the kinds of button-down shirts that men wear with jeans. The company has no brick and mortar stores. Instead, it employs contractors called “Outfitters” who come to clients wherever they are — at home, […]

The Benjamins | Down Round E2

In our second episode, “The Benjamins,” we explore these questions and ask how much “tech gold” is left in the hills of Silicon Valley. Where does venture capital come from and where does it go? Why are companies staying private longer, and what is the secondary market? How do startups go from seed stage to […]

Google Duplex will kill Pakistani Indian Call Center Jobs | Azad Chaiwala Show

Watch this video about Google’s latest technology. Its absolutely scary for some but at the same time, can prove to be a very profitable business tool for call center bosses and entrepreneurs in India and Pakistan. ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ Azad Chaiwala | Entrepreneur & Business Growth Hack Expert # Subscribe Here: https://YouTube.com/c/AzadChaiwala # FaceBook: https://Facebook.com/AzadChaiwala # My […]

Why NEA Makes Makes Seed Investments | Ask A VC with Jon Sakoda

NEA partner Jon Sakoda talks about why NEA’s $2.6 billion fund makes seed investments and how the firm approaches these investments in founders. Sakoda also gave us his thoughts on where the next wave of innovation will take place with large-scale data processing. Subscribe to TechCrunch today: http://goo.gl/eg167

MemSQL’s Eric Frenkiel on Building an Enterprise Product | Founder Stories

For this week’s Founder Stories, Mike Abbott sat down with Eric Frenkiel, founder of MemSQL, to compare notes on starting enterprise software startups. After being accepted as one of Y Combinator’s first enterprise-focused startups, Eric and his co-founder built the now 14-person company in stealth and officially launched MemSQL, a database for real-time analytics, in […]

PayPal Announces Beacon Hardware | Disrupt SF 2013

PayPal’s Hill Ferguson debuts a new way to eliminate friction from the discount and payment process with the upcoming PayPal Beacon. When thinking through problem, PayPal played with geo-location leveraging GPS and Wi-Fi for iOS and Android. These technologies are what powers Square’s hands free payment system ‘Pay with Square. But they found that it […]

First Impression in Food Business | Azad Chaiwala Show

First impression is the last impressions is so true in the restaurant industry. ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ Azad Chaiwala | Entrepreneur & Business Growth Hack Expert # Subscribe Here: https://YouTube.com/c/AzadChaiwala # FaceBook: https://Facebook.com/AzadChaiwala # My Website: http://www.Chaiwala.com About Azad Chaiwala, Hello, I’m Azad Chaiwala, a British serial entrepreneur and businessman of Pakistani origin. Having started from nothing, I […]

Why I don’t Invest In Shares | Azad Chaiwala Show

Here are my reasons… ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ Azad Chaiwala | Entrepreneur & Business Growth Hack Expert # Subscribe Here: https://YouTube.com/c/AzadChaiwala # FaceBook: https://Facebook.com/AzadChaiwala # My Website: http://www.Chaiwala.com About Azad Chaiwala, Hello, I’m Azad Chaiwala, a British serial entrepreneur and businessman of Pakistani origin. Having started from nothing, I have have made products and seen them being enjoyed […]