Summit Notebook

So how plugged in is the SEC chair? (technologically speaking)

March 1, 2011

Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Mary Schapiro says her agency has its work cut out to compete with the massive amounts of money that private firms, policed by the SEC, pour into the latest technology.

from MediaFile:

Twitter’s Costolo: not quite footloose and fancy free

May 19, 2010

You'd think fast-racing Twitter would keep one eye firmly fixed on the rearview and side mirrors.

Even the best VCs strikeout — a lot

May 19, 2010

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Got access to a couple million bucks and want to be a venture capitalist? A miner of start-up business gold? Then get used to being wrong.

Zynga CEO: Half of social web users will be social gamers

December 2, 2009

Don’t ask Zynga’s Mark Pincus how much money his company is making.

The founder of the hot social gaming company, which is operating at a more than $200 million yearly run rate according to sources familiar with the matter, said sharing such information would contribute to the kind of hype that would be bad for the nascent industry.

THQ CEO: No need to buy social gaming share

December 2, 2009

Internet social networks like Facebook are the new frontier for video game makers.

200MB? It’s only human nature to want more

By georgina prodhan
December 1, 2009

Broadband subscribers want as much speed as they can get their hands on, even if it’s way beyond what’s needed by the most avid downloader of music, keen watcher of video or biggest Facebook addict, reckons cable operator Liberty Global’s CEO.

from DealZone:

Wealthy clients ask about Facebook relationships for kids

October 8, 2009

Northern Trust has thought very carefully about how to communicate with its wealthy clients. In the U.S., it says it has people within a 45 minute drive of 50 percent of all of the millionaire households.

Facebook’s Zuckerberg talks MySpace, Twitter

May 19, 2009

Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke to the Reuters Global Technology Summit on Tuesday and while he wouldn’t touch TechCrunch’s report about financing and valuation, he did opine about a few of Facebook’s Web peers:

Virgin Mobile USA’s trillions and trillions

May 20, 2008

Dan Schulman, CEO of Virgin Mobile USA Inc., speaks during the Reuters Global Technology, Media and Telecom SummitWill mobile advertising make you rich?

Virgin Mobile USA CEO Dan Schulman told the Reuters Global Technology, Media and Telecoms Summit today about a new advertising partnership with AOL’s Third Screen Media.