Carly Fiorina

  • 13 TechCrunch Stories You Don’t Want To Miss This Week

    13 TechCrunch Stories You Don’t Want To Miss This Week

    We’re back from Disrupt NY, where we stayed up all night for the Hackathon, conducted numerous on-stage interviews with tech figures and heard from hundreds of startups on the products they’re building. We congratulate the Hackathon winner, Witness, and the Startup Battlefield winner, Liquidity, for taking home the grand prizes. Read More

  • Carly Fiorina Just Played The Gender Card All Wrong

    Carly Fiorina Just Played The Gender Card All Wrong

    Wrapping up her interview onstage at TechCrunch Disrupt with presidential candidate Carly Fiorina, TechCrunch’s Sarah Lane asked a pretty common question for a candidate running for president — if you don’t win, are you interested in serving as vice president? “Would you ever ask a man running for president that question?” Fiorina said. Read More

  • Carly Fiorina Wants to Reimagine Government

    Carly Fiorina: 85-95% Of What We Do Online Is Superficial And Useless

    Former HP CEO and current presidential candidate Carly Fiorina took the stage at Disrupt NY today to talk about her campaign, experience at HP and the role of technology in politics. In talking about her experience in the tech industry today, Fiorina noted that she shepherded HP through the last tech downturn. She doesn’t, however, believe that today’s boom is comparable to that… Read More

  • Someone Has A Domain For Carly Fiorina’s Name And Is Pretty Upset With Her Layoffs While At HP

    Someone Has A Domain For Carly Fiorina’s Name And Is Pretty Upset With Her Layoffs While At HP

    Former HP CEO Carly Fiornia announced earlier today that she would be running for president — but it appears someone else has already picked up one of the domains for her name and is pretty upset with her. While Fiorina’s public campaign website is carlyforpresident.com, someone picked up the carlyfiorina.org domain and posted a page of 30,000 sad faces for all the people she laid… Read More

  • Carly Fiorina Touts HP Experience In Her Bid For President

    Carly Fiorina Touts HP Experience In Her Bid For President

    It’s official: Former HP CEO Carly Fiorina is running for president, and she’s hoping that her experience running one of the largest technology companies in the world will win over voters. Fiorina — who will be joining us tomorrow at Disrupt NY — announced her presidential run on Twitter with a link pointing to her official website, CarlyforPresident.com. The site is… Read More

  • Meet The Disrupt NY 2015 Speakers And Judges

    Meet The Disrupt NY 2015 Speakers And Judges

    Disrupt NY is just a few days away, and we have some of the most iconic entrepreneurs and thought leaders in the tech industry lined up to speak throughout the three-day-long conference. You can still buy general admission tickets for Disrupt NY here. You can find full details about the event here. These are the speakers we are proud to announce and when you can expect to see them take… Read More

  • Fresh Off A (Rumored) Presidential Bid, Carly Fiorina Will Speak At Disrupt NY

    Fresh Off A (Rumored) Presidential Bid, Carly Fiorina Will Speak At Disrupt NY

    Carly Fiorina will speak onstage at Disrupt NY in just two short weeks. And guess who has the honor of speaking on stage with her? THIS GAL. The timing couldn’t be more interesting, actually. Earlier today The Wall Street Journal reported that the former Hewlett-Packard CEO will launch her presidential campaign on May 4th, which just happens to be the day before she joins TechCrunch… Read More

  • Interview With Senate Candidate Carly Fiorina: "The Nation With The Best Brain Power Wins"

    On Friday, I caught up with Carly Fiorina by phone for 30 minutes while she was in between stump speeches in her campaign for U.S. Senate for the state of California. We covered a lot of ground, including the new competition in the Republican primary from Tom Campbell who recently bowed out of the governor’s race, the need to cut spending, grow the economy, rethink government… Read More