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Andy Slavitt who under President Obama ran the Center for Medicare and Medicaid. Today he's a man on a mission — deeply aware of the intricacies, politics, and human costs of getting healthcare policy right, and mad as hell about where things are headed under the Trump administration.
Honor and Forward are not your typical Valley startups — they’re both attempting to reinvent healthcare, and they’re both run by serial entrepreneurs who have absolutely no prior experience in health. Seth Sternberg (Honor) and Adrian Aoun (Forward) discuss their shared goal of care delivery across the United States.
There’s a particular class of companies in the world I like to call “Total NewCos.” These are firms attempting to solve massive and intractable social problems through the application of technology and innovative business models. Joining those ranks today is Honor, brainchild of entrepreneur Seth Sternberg. He presented Honor, which is attempting to reinvent the home senior care market.
Three innovators, Jeff Huber, CEO of Grail Bio, Emily Leproust, CEO of Twist Bioscience, and Jill Hagenkord, Chief Medical Officer of Color Genomics, sat down with moderator Dr. Jordan Shlain to discuss the fight to beat cancer.
A panel of experts sat down with John Podesta and moderator John Heilemann to discuss the implications of Russia’s hacking on the US election process. Shawn Henry, president of the firm which identified the hackers, and Marc Elias, general counsel to the Clinton campaign, discussed Trump’s claims of voter fraud, whether the hacking will effect the 2018 midterm elections, and more.
Obama advisor Robert Wolf, the co-founder & Chairman of Measure and CEO of 32 Advisors, debated Republican economist Michael Boskin, T.M. Friedman Professor of Economics at Stanford University. At issue was the nascent and often contradictory economic policies of the Trump administration. While the conversation, moderated by political journalist John Heilemann, remained cordial, it didn’t lack for discord.
At the dawn of the Trump administration, a diverse panel of technology veterans — Fred Wilson, Union Square Ventures, Rachel Whetstone, Uber, and DJ Patil, the outgoing Chief Data Scientist for the White House discuss the impact of a new and unpredictable administration on their industry.
The Chair of Hillary Clinton’s campaign and former Chief of Staff to Bill Clinton joined John Heilemann for a candid conversation about “The Hacked Election.” His commentary is not to be missed.
If anyone can command the intertwined threads of policy, economics, and capitalism it’s Reich. In conversation with John Heilemann, co-creator and host of Showtime’s The Circus, Reich pulls not a single punch, questioning President Trump’s policies, practices, and, at one point, his basic sanity.
Rob Reid, Author, entrepreneur, and an investor comes out with a new book titled - After On, the story turns on the emergence of machine-native super intelligence (laced with a heavy dose of biotech), in the form of a pervasive social network called Phluttr. I won’t spoil it for you — but at the NewCo Shift Forum earlier this year, Reid outlined some of the deep thinking that went into his latest creation.
Fred Wilson, co-founder of Union Square Ventures moderates this discussion on the future of labor markets with Maya Rockeymoore, Ph.D. Founder, President & CEO, Center for Global Policy Solutions, and Stephen DeWitt CEO, Work Market. Rockeymoore is an expert in labor policy, and DeWitt has pioneered a new approach to labor through his company’s Work Market platform.
It took a kick in the teeth and the rise of social media to teach celebrity chef Tyler Florence a lesson he’ll never forget: You have to learn how to make your own content, period.
Robin Hauser hit a nerve with the debut of Code, her first feature length documentary on the role of women in technology companies. The reaction to that film drove Hauser to dig into the deeper issues behind bias in our society, and is at the center of her next film, Bias, which is coming out next year.
Walmart is perhaps the most successful and the most reviled company in the history of American retail — and as this fascinating conversation with Kathleen McLaughlin reveals — it also may be the most misunderstood.
One of my favorite people in the startup world is Michael Dubin. He’s earnest, he’s smart, and he’s wickedly funny, as anyone who’s seen his famous Dollar Shave Club commercials can attest. So when Dubin sold Dollar Shave for a cool billion to Unilever, one of the largest consumer packaged goods companies on the planet, I was a bit worried. Read on NewCo Shift
Jennifer Aaker presents “The Purpose of Purpose.” She points out that we chase happiness as a goal, but that truly getting to “happy” involves understanding purpose, both at work and in life.
Steph Curry, as point guard and reigning league MVP, is the chief evangelist of the team-first focus. But there’s another side to him that you might not be familiar with: he’s also an avid entrepreneur, investor, and philanthropist, and is actively involved in the startup world.
Diego Scotti CMO, Verizon, gives us an earful on the Yahoo and AOL deals, challenging Google and Facebook, and how best to run a massive marketing organization
Ryan Leslie discusses his journey from Salvation Army brat (both his parents worked there) through Harvard to a career as a grammy nominated musician and entrepreneur. His new SuperPhone service connects artists directly to their fans, bypassing the limitations (and obstacles) of traditional social media marketing.