In this issue:
"Atlanta's Black Tech Founders are Changing Entrepreneurship in America. Can they Avoid Silicon Valley’s Mistakes?": Tristan Walker, Jewel Burks Solomon, Paul Judge, and other founders are part of a startup revolution that’s bringing tech talent, VC money, and serious change to the black mecca of Atlanta.
"Tech Billionaires Haven't Killed Burning Man's Anti-capitalist Spirit – But Influencers Might": The annual mecca for the experimental and weird has become one of the world’s most iconic arts events by keeping the forces of commercialization at bay. If only it weren’t so Instagrammable.
"The 50 Best Workplaces for Innovators": 50 organizations that actually cultivate big ideas and encourage experimentation.
"This Senator Was Big Tech's Friend – but Is Now Its Greatest Threat": Senator Mark Warner, a former telecom investor and entrepreneur, explains why he's sounding the alarm on China's advancement – and Big Tech's misconduct.