Reddit's Alexis Ohanian, @TheRecruiterGuy's Chris Hoyt, and Behance's Scott Belsky talk about the importance of shower time, living with your parents, and "dangerous engagement," among other things—in a SXSW panel moderated by Fast Company's Anya Kamenetz
GroupMe founders Steve Martocci and Jared Hecht joined Fast Company on stage to talk about the NYC startup scene, acquisitions, paying engineers, challenges of a noisy mobile market, plus Zuck and privacy.
Frank Gruber, CEO and Co-founder of Tech Cocktail, and Travis Kalanick, a longtime Silicon Valley entrepreneur who runs online car service Uber—and is a Groupon client—responds to the company's presentation at SXSW, taking the opportunity to call them out for shoddy service. When Groupon's SVP of sales stands up in the audience to respond, things get interesting.
Small announcements by online video players Rovi and Vimeo are harbingers of seismic shifts in the way we find TV shows we like. Here's a peek at the new plumbing pumping life into web TV recommendations.
Coca-Cola made headlines in 2009 when it introduced the PlantBottle, a beverage bottle made from 30% plant-based materials. The company's ultimate goal has been to make a 100% plant-based bottle—but now PepsiCo has beaten it to the punch.