The Silicon Valley 50 – most influential Irish-Americans in tech

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Silicon Republic has joined forces with the Irish Technology Leadership Group to bring you the Silicon Valley 50 most influential Irish-American people in the tech world ahead of the ITLG Innovation Summit in California on 12-13 March.

The Silicon Valley 50 highlights Irish-American executives who exhibit the creativity, intelligence, passion and dedication necessary to succeed in today’s global technology market.

The impressive listing includes Sony’s chief transformation officer George Bailey and former Intel chairman and CEO Craig Barrett.

Bloomberg anchor Margaret Brennan is highlighted in this year’s Silicon Valley 50.

Other top executives include Facebook’s director of global business partnerships Adele Cooper and Disney vice-president for technology Una Fox.

The listing includes Louth-born George Moore of TARGUSinfo, who sold his company to Neustar in recent weeks for an estimated US$580m.

We also talk to HP’s Martin Murphy and Intel’s Rory McInerney about the importance of innovation.

Creating a vibrant investor base for Irish tech start-ups features highly in interviews with investor Rich Moran and John Ryan and John Stanton of Irish Technology Capital, while seasoned investor John O’Farrell of Andreessen Horowitz imparts important advice for start-ups.

Silicon Republic has joined forces with the Irish Technology Leadership Group to bring you The Silicon Valley 50 most influential Irish-American people in the tech world ahead of the ITLG Innovation Summit in California on 12-13 March.

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Editor John Kennedy is an award-winning technology journalist.

editorial@siliconrepublic.com