There’s probably a song or some film that would serve as a perfect analogy to Travis Kalanick and the unmistakably fast […]
To say that Uber’s needed a dramatic facelift these past few months is a dramatic understatement. The rideshare startup turned […]
You might not know Cylance’s name. That’s entirely fair considering they are one of many, many cyber security companies out […]
Through our ubiquitous underground network of ethically vacant culture correspondents in Silicon Valley, we have obtained the leaked document below; […]
“I find it funny when my corporate friends who are sitting in their beautiful high rise office buildings in midtown […]
The story of New York-based startup Impraise begins at the end–at the end of performance reviews, that is. “The annual […]
Click here to skip the intro and jump right to the list of bad habits Over the last six or […]
Now that it’s getting colder out, smoking breaks are becoming a bit less pleasant for workers across the globe. Plus, […]
Startups face incredible hiring challenges. Most founders don’t have much experience with the hiring process, and many of the best […]
Fall is a time for branching out and embracing diversity. Companies large, medium and small are looking for new bounties outside […]
Since the launch of Twitch in 2011, and the massive popularity of eSports (competitive, cash-generating gaming for the layman) through […]
You focus on the call. A new personal assistant system with artificial intelligence, Clarke.ai, will focus on taking the call notes. It turns out there actually is an AI in “team.”
According to the world’s most valuable company, if the number of software bugs is infinite, then it would be much cheaper and easier to eliminate the finite, predictable problem: the user.
From Dilbert comics and Mike Judge comedies to Vooza videos and the last thing Calista Flockhart did before she started […]
A UK startup is “Unlocking big data to bring you insightful referencing” … or “sell your social media activity to employers & landlords.” With privacy and discrimination implications, Score Assured and its users may gain insights – or risks.
In 2015 Small Business Saturday generated $16.2 billion for local, independently owned businesses. We should do that more often. Here’s some tips for SMBs to take advantage of local marketing and ways consumers can share the small biz love.
Slack has its own spinoff market of integrated products with one of the latest, Hey Taco, a simple spin on employee rewards and recognition. Of course, there’s not just one name in the game. This roundup of Slack integrations and employee recognition tools covers several startups.
Because interacting with women in the workplace may be strange and different for many men in the tech industry, we’ve […]
Through an anonymous source whom we are obliged to protect, SnapMunk has gained access to a leaked copy of the […]
Startup culture is a world of buzzwords. Since no formal lexicon exists, SnapMunk periodically provides translations suited for employees in various […]
So, your startup is getting acquired! Congratulations. Depending on several factors, you may be in for the most exciting or […]
A few weeks ago, I published a piece entitled, Millennials’ Hierarchy of Needs (you should read that first). It was […]
2015 has been a very exciting year for SnapMunk. Over the last twelve months we’ve grown like crazy and that is all thanks […]
Earlier this week we published an article about several Silicon Valley companies that don’t get as much air time as […]
Despite the fairy tales and folk lore, living in the Valley isn’t all perks. For starters, the cost of living […]