New York University Professor Pedro Noguera discusses his recent book “The Trouble with Black Boys … And Other Reflections on Race, Equity, and the Future of Public Education”
Mark Story of the Securities and Exchange Commission joins to discuss how possible new filing requirements for public companies could help individual investors.
Scott Cleland, Chairman of NetCompetition.org, a net neutrality forum funded by broadband companies, discusses Google’s rising power and what he sees as the ominous implications of it.
Charles Best, founder of DonorsChoose.org, discusses the organization he created to match contributors with public schools needing supplies, equipment, or other funding.
David Cohen, founder of Colorado-based TechStars, discusses his innovative program for seeding and incubating high-tech startups.
Jeff Taylor, a Senior Vice President at Fleishman-Hillard Government Relations in Washington, DC, talks about LinkedIn.
Brian Oberkirch, a web entrepreneur based in Louisiana, joins Chip to talk about the high-tech startup environment outside of Silicon Valley.
Chris Brogan, an entrepreneur and media creator, discusses making a business out of new media.
Betty Hallock, food writer for the Los Angeles Times, joins chip to talk about the new trend of edible cocktails in high-end bars and restaurants.
Heather Lauer, author of the Bacon Unwrapped blog, talked with Chip about a phenomenon known as the “Pitchfork Fondue.”