TechCrunch: Silicon Valley’s sovereign wealth problem

John Vrionis Contributor It’s time to bring the conversation about where Silicon Valley gets its money from out into the open. Following recent revelations into Saudi Arabia’s extensive reach and influence in the US technology sector, the willful ignorance that…

TechCrunch: Chipmaker Renesas goes deeper into autonomous vehicles with $6.7B acquisition

Japan-based semiconductor firm Renesas — one of the world’s largest supplier of chips for the automotive industry — is scooping up U.S. chip company IDT in a $6.7 billion deal that increases its focus on self-driving technology. Renesas produces microprocessor and circuits…

How To Develop Online Small Mastermind Groups & Learn Lots of Things with ZERO Investment

I quit school two times because of its bad system and promised myself I’ll never go back. I quit my (first) 4-months job because I didn’t fit in a place where people were lazy, mean, and kinda dumb and promised myself I’ll never be employed again.

Why Barracuda’s Co-Founder Sold $36 Million Worth of Stock

Michael D Perone, a Co-Founder & Director of Barracuda Networks, Inc.(NYSE: CUDA) sold 76,062 shares of the company’s stock worth a total of $1.8 million on Wednesday, September 27th. In fact, insiders have sold $36.4 million worth of stock (representing 2.9% of Barracuda’s market cap) since the beginning of September according to Market Beat.