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From Elon Musk to Tim Cook, here's where the world's most influential tech founders and CEOs went to college — and what they studied

College is where many figure out what they're actually interested in and determine the career they want to pursue. We researched the degrees and schools attended by well-known tech CEOs, many of whom launched their companies or landed on the idea for their first startup while studying at college. Here's where 52 CEOs and founders in the tech industry went to school, and what they studied. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. For new college students, choosing a major can feel l...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, Elon Musk, Cook, Sweden, Maryland, Microsoft, Yahoo, Mba, Stanford, India, Satya Nadella, Trends


The 'PayPal Mafia' formed in the early 2000s, and includes everyone from Elon Musk to the Yelp founders. Here's where the original members have ended up.

Since working at PayPal in the early 2000s, these 23 entrepreneurs have all gone on to impact Silicon Valley and the startup world by founding companies and backing new ventures. Known for their entrepreneurial mindset and anti-establishment attitude, this elite group is known as the "PayPal Mafia." Some are household names, like Elon Musk, but others who you might not have heard of have been impactful behind the scenes. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. What do the founders...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Spacex, Elon Musk, Sweden, Ebay, New York City, US, San Francisco, Trends, Linkedin, Paypal, Earth, Dave, Canada, New York Times


These are dogs of some of the most powerful executives in Silicon Valley, from Mark Zuckerberg to Travis Kalanick

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is the owner of an adorable fluffy dog named Beast, but he isn't the only tech executive with a furry friend. Studies show that dogs can help reduce stress levels and boost productivity, so they make ideal companions for tech moguls running billion dollar companies. These are some of the most powerful dogs in Silicon Valley. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. With company cultures that celebrate—and even encourage —employees bringing their dogs ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, Instagram, Microsoft, Satya Nadella, San Francisco, Trends, Long, David, Alaska, New York Times, Zynga, Marvin, Reddit


Yelp’s Six-Year Grudge Against Google

Once courted, then spurned, the smaller rival sought revenge for years. Now Europe’s regulators give it reason to cheer.
Tags: Europe, News, European Union, Search Engines, Jeremy, Yelp, Google Inc, Computers and the Internet, Regulation and Deregulation of Industry, Antitrust Laws and Competition Issues, Stoppelman, Consumer Reviews


The 22 biggest tech scandals of 2016

Relax, everyone: 2016 is almost over.  It's been quite a year in tech, one that saw exploding smartphones, several lawsuits, and some really juicy scandals. Startups have crumbled and been reborn, many millions of dollars have been lost and gained, and quite a few of us had to change our passwords.  It's doubtful that 2017 can beat it.  What follows are the biggest scandals in the tech industry over the course of the last year. Grab some popcorn, maybe.SEE ALSO: The 13 tech gadgets on our wish l...
Tags: San Francisco, Trends, Tech, Zenefits, Peter Thiel, Gawker, Parker Conrad, David Sacks, Gawker Media, Univision, Hulk Hogan, Conrad, Talia Jane, Stoppelman, Terry Bollea, Bollea


Yelp's Stoppelman Really Not Happy About Google's Interstitials Penalty

Pretty much everyone who does a search in Google on their mobile device and clicks on a Yelp listing and does not have the Yelp mobile app, is a frustrated user. Why...
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Engine Optimization, Stoppelman


The row between Google and review sites is flaring up again (GOOG)

For months, review sites including Yelp and TripAdvisor have accused Google of unfairly burying their search results down its search page and instead favoring its own offerings. In November, Google said this was caused by a "bug" and that it was working on a fix, to which Yelp CEO Jeremy Stoppelman responded: "Google is sounding about as truthful as Trump." Now Stoppelman has been given a new reason to complain about Google's practices, Recode reported. Earlier this month, Google launched a new ...
Tags: Google, Trends, Tripadvisor, Yelp, Trump, US Federal Trade Commission, Jeremy Stoppelman, Stoppelman


5 Things to Know About The Yelp Employee Who Got Fired Complaining About A Living Wage in San Fran..

Many of you saw this, but it's too good not to talk about here.  A Yelp employee recently got fired for writing a post taking her company and CEO to task for not paying her better so she could live in the Bay Area.  Here's your summary from The Washington Post: "The Yelp employee who said she was fired after she blogged about the financial pressures she felt while working for the multibillion-dollar business said Monday that her breaking point came one night when she went to sleep — and woke up ...
Tags: Workplace, Washington Post, San Francisco, Economics, Compensation, Talent, Detroit, Yelp, Communications, Bay Area, San Fran, Kris Dunn, Jeremy Stoppelman, Employee Relations, Ben Ora, Stoppelman


Yelp Employee Posts Open Letter About Cost Of Living And Low Wages, Gets Fired. (slashdot)

whoever57 writes: Talia Jane was employed by Yelp in San Francisco but after posting in an open letter to Yelp's CEO, Jeremy Stoppelman, that her after tax income of $8.15 was insufficient to provide basic necessities like heating, food, etc., she discovered that she had been fired. How did she discover? Her work email stopped working. Even her boss did not know what had happened. Stoppelman denies having a hand in her firing, making the claim "(There are) two sides to every HR story so Twitter ...
Tags: San Francisco, Jeremy Stoppelman, BeauHD, Talia Jane, Stoppelman


Should You Be Fired for Honesty?

As Convince and Convert readers know, Jay Baer has written Hug Your Haters , a guide to help businesses embrace their detractors and build a more healthy relationship with them. And like it or not, sometimes employees can be haters too.   Case in point: Talia Jane, a customer service rep for Yelp, recently took to the Internet to complain about the lack of a sustainable wage from her employer in San Francisco. In her open letter to Yelp’s CEO Jeremy Stoppelman, she noted that she earns $73...
Tags: San Francisco, Customer Experience, Customer Service, Ethics, Sherlock Holmes, Human Resources, Yelp, Scott Monty, Jeremy Stoppelman, Jay Baer, Monty Minute, Hug Your Haters, Talia Jane, Stoppelman


Yelp Employee Posts Open Letter About Cost Of Living And Low Wages, Gets Fired.

whoever57 writes: Talia Jane was employed by Yelp in San Francisco but after posting in an open letter to Yelp's CEO, Jeremy Stoppelman, that her after tax income of $8.15 was insufficient to provide basic necessities like heating, food, etc., she discovered that she had been fired. How did she discover? Her work email stopped working. Even her boss did not know what had happened. Stoppelman denies having a hand in her firing, making the claim "(There are) two sides to every HR story so Twitter ...
Tags: San Francisco, Jeremy Stoppelman, Talia Jane, Stoppelman


Yelp Employee Fired After Public Post To CEO Saying She Can't Afford Food

A Yelp employee who was fired shortly after posting an open letter to the company's CEO about not being able to afford food with her entry-level salary is sparking an online debate, not only about fair wage but "entitled" millennials. Talia Jane, a 25-year-old recent college graduate, announced her termination shortly after rattling off her complaints Friday in an article posted to Medium titled, “An Open Letter To My CEO.” In the letter, addressed to “Jeremy,” or Yelp CEO Jeremy Stoppelman, Ja...
Tags: San Francisco, Arizona, Jeremy, Huffington Post, Bay Area, San Francisco Bay Area, Phoenix, Nina Golgowski, Jane, Natalia, Talia, Talia Jane, Jeremy Stoppelman Jane, Stoppelman, San Francisco Bay Area Renters Federation, Kris Gellci