Aarti Shahani appears in the following:
Wednesday, November 06, 2013
A mysterious barge stacked with shipping containers is docked at a pier on Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay. It's owned by Google but Google isn't revealing the reason the barge is there. The barge has captured the imagination of people around the globe.
Thursday, October 31, 2013
In December 2010 Paypal, credit companies, and a number of major banks were attacked by online activists upset over the companies' decisions to block donations to Wikileaks. Today, a group of defendents dubbed the “Paypal 14” will appear in Federal Court. Reporter Aarti Shahani looks at the case and what free speech means in the era of “hacktivism.”
Monday, July 08, 2013
One drone-maker in Silicon Valley has a vision: iPhones with wings populating the sky, collecting data about everything. And to get there, he's enlisting tens of thousands of his fellow drone enthusiasts. His civilian drone company is open source — a business model that's completely contrary to the military's model of proprietary secrets.
Monday, April 08, 2013
Tech companies in Silicon Valley are ramping up for an all-out fight over immigration reform. It's one of the times that business leaders in the Valley — a longtime epicenter for foreign workers — are really bothering with the public policy debate in any coordinated fashion. Lawmakers are telling the Valley elite they've got to ally with Latinos, but the alliance is proving hard. From member station KQED in San Francisco, Aarti Shahani reports.
Monday, September 03, 2012
On Kickstarter, the largest crowd-funding site, a handful of entrepreneurs have raised millions of dollars more than they expected. But if they fail to deliver their promised product, questions arise over whether the supporters are donating money or making a purchase.
Monday, January 02, 2012
In almost one-third of private home loan modifications, big banks are now slashing what homeowners owe. It's overdue housekeeping for America's economy, says one investor: Banks clear their balance sheets, investors get a predictable stream of income, and homeowners stay homeowners.