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Google Ventures founder Bill Maris is looking for technologies that will spread healthcare all around the world.
"Of the 71 startups that I've invested in through Shark Tank, two have gone out of business, three are so stupid they don't know they're out of business ..."
At a recent conference, Google ads SVP Sridhar Ramaswamy called ad blockers a 'blunt instrument' that should have the ad industry worried.
Billionaire investor Yuri Milner lives by a routine. Every day, he wears nearly the same outfit and eats nearly the same meals.
"That Uber, a five-year-old company has the potential to be distrupted if we don't do this right, is super fascinating," he said.
For now, Uber isn't having any trouble raising money.
Admiral Michael Rogers, director of the National Security Agency, outlines three of the cyber-threats that he thinks are coming.
Speaking at Wall Street Journal's conference on Tuesday, Mark Cuban talks about how the Mavericks have evolved sine he bought a stake.
The biotech start-up Theranos is under fire since an investigation by The WSJ. Bill Maris, founder of Google Ventures, explains why his team didn't invest.
Apple CEO Tim Cook sheds some light on how many users its Apple Music streaming service has so far.