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Stanford students lead 15 min. interviews featuring leading entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and innovators. The focus of the interviews is innovation and entrepreneurship. By grad students at the Stanford design and business schools.
||Chris Capossela, Senior VP of Microsoft||MP3 File | Subscribe via iTunes | Add to del.icio.us Chris Capossela is the Senior Vice President of the Microsoft Information Worker Product Management Group. Chris is responsible for the worldwide product and business management of the Microsoft Office||6/19/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||Max Ventilla and Rob Spiro, Founders of Aardvark||MP3 File | Subscribe via iTunes | Add to del.icio.us Max Ventilla and Rob Spiro are two of four founders of Aardvark, a new social search tool that gets real-time answers from social networks. Max and Rob, along with Nathan Stoll and Damon Horowitz , are||5/12/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||Alex Wong, Director of Products at 23andMe||MP3 File | Subscribe via iTunes | Add to del.icio.us Alex Wong is the Director of Products at 23andMe, the popular leader in the personal genome space. As the company’s third employee, he has led product development and design for more than two years,||3/19/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||Paul Edmondson CEO & Ren Chin VP of Marketing of YieldBuild||MP3 File YieldBuild is an online service that maximizes publisher ad revenue through layout, ad network and ad placement optimization. YieldBuild also provides consolidated reporting to help publishers identify, on the basis of statistical data, the best||12/15/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||Alyssa Rapp, Founder and CEO of Bottlenotes||MP3 File| Subscribe via iTunes | Add to del.icio.us Alyssa Rapp is the Founder and CEO of Bottlenotes, an online wine retail business that helps individuals discover and learn about wine. Alyssa started the company while at the Stanford Graduate School o||7/15/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||Morgan Hertzan and Joseph Varet, co-founders of LX.TV||MP3 File Morgan Hertzan and Joseph Varet are the founders of LX.TV, a New York-based start-up that produces videos for the Web about high-end entertainment and culture centered around New York and Los Angeles. The company was recently aquired by NBC Univ||6/7/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||Sumir Chadha, Managing Director of Sequoia Capital India||Sumir Chadha has invested in Indian technology companies for over a decade. MP3 File Sumir Chadha is a Managing Director with Sequoia Capital India. Formed in 2006, the new entity marks Sequoia’s bold entry into the Indian market and was formed through||5/18/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||Scott Cook, Founder of Intuit||Scott Cook is the Founder of Intuit, Inc. and a widely-respected tech veteran for over 25 years. MP3 File Scott Cook began his career at Procter & Gamble as a product manager and later a consultant at Bain & Company. In 1983, he founded Intuit aft||4/28/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||Matt Sanchez, CEO of VideoEgg||Matt Sanchez is CEO of one of Silicon Valley’s hottest new media start-ups, VideoEgg. MP3 File In 2005, Matt Sanchez and his Yale buddies, David Lerman and Kevin Slack, founded VideoEgg. The company’s original goal was to create a new way to upload vi||4/12/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||Kevin Hartz, Investor and Serial Entrepreneur||Kevin Hartz is a successful San Francisco-based investor and the CEO of Eventbrite. MP3 File Kevin Hartz began his career as a product manager at Silicon Graphics and later co-founded the ConnectGroup, a start-up providing high-speed Internet access to th||3/25/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||John L. Hennessy, President of Stanford University||John L. Hennessy is the 10th President of Stanford University and a pioneer of computer architecture. MP3 File | Subscribe via iTunes | Add to del.icio.us John Hennessy started at Stanford as an associate professor in Electrical Engineering in 1977 and as||3/9/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||Scott Dunlap, CEO of NearbyNow||Scott Dunlap is a Silicon Valley vetran and founder of the real-world product search service, NearbyNow. MP3 File NearbyNow is an innovative Los Altos, Calif. based start-up whose mission is to, "enable anyone, anywhere to find the nearest place to buy an||2/17/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||Hasso Plattner, Founder of SAP AG||Hasso Plattner is the founder of SAP AG, the German enterprise software giant. MP3 File Subscribe via iTunes Add to del.icio.us I had an opportunity to catch up with Hasso Plattner at Stanford’s d.school which he helped to start (its official name is th||2/10/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||David Hornik, Partner at August Capital||David Hornik is a venture capitalist, professor, blogger and the founder of The Lobby Conference. MP3 File David Hornik's blog was the first to be written by a venture capitalist and has been well-read and discussed since its inception. Recently, his long||1/27/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||Barry McCarthy, Chief Financial Officer of Netflix||Barry McCarthy joined Netflix as CFO when few were believed the company could rival the industry leader, Blockbuster. Today, Netflix is the biggest player in the video rental market and just finished its first billion-dollar sales year. MP3 File | Subscri||1/13/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||John Morgridge, Former President, CEO and Chairman of Cisco Systems||John Morgridge is a Silicon Valley legend who led Cisco Systems through its rise from start-up to networking technology giant. MP3 File | Subscribe via iTunes | Add to del.icio.us John Morgridge was the 34th employee at Cisco Systems when he joined as Pre||12/27/2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||Greg McAdoo, Partner at Sequoia Capital||Greg McAdoo focuses on consumer internet, cleantech and systems investments as a partner at Sequoia Capital. MP3 File Subscribe via iTunes Add to del.icio.us In this interview, Greg speaks with Nir about what it takes to get noticed by a top-tier venture||12/2/2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||Martin Eberhard, Co-founder and President of Technology at Tesla Motors||Martin Eberhard is the Co-founder and President of Technology at Tesla Motors. Before Tesla, he was the Co-founder of Network Computing Devices and the CEO of NuvoMedia. MP3 File Subscribe via iTunes Add to del.icio.us "What keeps me up at night is the co||11/17/2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||Vinod Khosla, co-founder of Sun Microsystems||Vinod Khosla is the founding CEO of Sun Microsystems, formerly a partner at Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers, and partner at Khosla Ventures. MP3 File | Subscribe via iTunes | Add to del.icio.us In this interview Matt and Julio caught up with legend||10/30/2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||Chef Thomas Keller of French Laundry, Per Se, Bouchon||Thomas Keller is widely regarded as one of America's finest chefs, and his restaurants French Laundry and Per Se have been named the best restaurants in America. MP3 File | Subscribe via iTunes | Add to del.icio.us Interviewing Thomas Keller at the French||10/8/2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||Matthew and Jessica Flannery, Founders of Kiva.org||Matthew and Jessica Flannery are founders of Kiva.org, what the New York Times calls "D.I.Y. foreign aid" MP3 File Subscribe via iTunes Add to del.icio.us Great things are afoot at Kiva, featured today on Oprah alongside Bill Clinton. Kiva is a person-to-||9/4/2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||Marissa Mayer, VP of Search Products and User Experience at Google||Marissa Mayer is a key figure at Google and has much influence in the design, development, and usability of Google products we use every day, such as search and Gmail. MP3 File | Subscribe via iTunes | Add to del.icio.us When we asked what she thinks abou||8/31/2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||Timothy Ferriss, Author of The 4-Hour Work Week||Tim Ferriss is the author of "The Four Hour Work Week" MP3 File | Subscribe via iTunes | Add to del.icio.us Timothy Ferriss recommends you check email only once per week, don't read the newspaper and don’t save for retirement. These are only a few of th||7/20/2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||Tom Arnold of Terrapass||Tom Arnold is the Chief Environmental Officer of Terrapass, an environmental company that provides carbon offsetting solutions for individuals. MP3 File | Subscribe via iTunes | Add to del.icio.us "Terrapass is the $50 bumper sticker," says Tom. In a peri||6/17/2007||Free||View In iTunes|
This podcast continue to deliver interesting content
I have really liked the interviews these guys select. Keep up the great work!
Best podcast out there!
I just stumbled on this podcast and have made my way through almost all the episodes. In my opinion this is the best show on entrepreneurship and innovation out there. A bit rough at times as it looks like these guys were trying to figure things out at first, but the interviews just keep getting better and better. My favorites are the Second Life one and Virgin Galactic. Eric Schmidt and Andy Grove are obviously awesome gets and great interviews.