First review just in for my new book, and it packs a punch! Publishers Weekly Silicon Heartland: Transforming the Midwest from Rust Belt to Tech Belt “Journalist Rebecca A. Fannin delivers a spirited account of her road trip through the Midwest to survey the region’s tech-driven revitalization. The Rust Belt, she contends, ‘is making a comeback’...
Silicon Heartland book by CNBC contributor and Ohio native Rebecca A. Fannin, coming soon! Endorsed by Jim Breyer, John Chambers, Ro Khanna and more.
Yat Siu, executive chairman of Hong Kong-based Web3 start-up Animoca Brands, is known as Mr. Metaverse. Read CNBC article.
CNBC Special: The 30-year-old female founder at the forefront of a billion-dollar bet on CRISPR gene editing. That’s Janice Chen, Nathan’s sister.
The Silicon Valley venture capital fallout from waging economic war in Russia.
China Power: Up for Debate 2020, Video & Polls
Branson, Chambers bringing Hyperloop, millions into emerging Appalachia, by Rebecca Fannin for CNBC.
August 10, 2020: Rebecca Fannin, founder of Silicon Dragon Ventures and author of “Tech Titans of China,” talks about the prospects for Beijing-based ByteDance Ltd.’s TikTok, the video-sharing app that the Trump administration has declared a national-security threat, and the rivalry between U.S. and Chinese technology companies.
How China’s Tech Sector Is Challening The World By Innovating Faster, Working Harder & Going Global Talk by Rebecca A. Fannin Brookings Institution Washington, DC October 10, 2019 Based on her latest book, Tech Titans of China
Rebecca A. Fannin spoke about US-China tech on stage at CNBC’s East Tech West Summit in China, November 18, 2019.
CNBC Interview Squawk Box Europe, London October 21, 2019 Interviewed by anchors Julianna Tatelbaum and Karen Tso Huawei Could Have Advantage in 5G Race
Interview with TV anchor Selina Wang in Beijing September 27, 2019 FULL SHOW with clip: Daybreak Asia Topics: what extended US ban on sales to Huawei means and the impact of US-China decoupling on global tech innovation