A San Francisco area billionaire has been pushing the idea for several years.
“California government has rotted,” said Tim Draper, the man behind the Cal 3 proposal to split the state.
I've attended several entrepreneurship events at Fordham University, the most recent in February. Featured speakers included former Huffington Post CTO and current Rebel Mouse Founder and CEO, Paul Berry, as well as Chopt Founder and CEO, Tony Shure.
It is the start of 2016. The world's largest technology event, CES in Las Vegas is nearly half a century old and takes place
One of my most favorite interviews for 2015 was with none other than Tim Draper. I had the good fortune of shooting the Tim twice this year and both interactions were inspiring and educational.
Having watched Start-Up U and having spent time with this dynamic duo, I've learned all there is to know about what it takes to be a successful power couple.
Neil Jacobstein is an impressive person that left me feeling smarter than I was before I met him. At least that is the story I am sticking to. Here is a glimpse of our very engaging dialogue.
A starry-eyed ballot initiative to split California into six separate states will not appear on the November 2016 ballot
Looking further ahead at the GOP’s dwindling influence in California, the researchers said Draper’s proposal may eventually
Despite its not very well-veiled partisan goals, impracticality and illogic, there is something intriguing about the Six Californias proposal. More accurately, there is something intriguing about rethinking how the role states play in US politics, specifically in the Senate and the electoral college.