Evernote CEO Phil Libin on Turning Loyal Users Into Paying Customers

In the second part of a Q&A, the company’s founder also talks about its security breach earlier this year, plans for an IPO and new data centers, and why good problems are worse than bad problems.

Seven Questions for Evernote CEO Phil Libin

Building a “Nike for the mind.”
Phil Libin at WWDC 2013

Seven Questions for Lance Crosby, CEO of SoftLayer, IBM’s New Cloud Company

Suddenly, Big Blue is kind of big in the cloud business.

Nine Questions for Andy Jassy, Head of Amazon Web Services

Ahead of a big user conference, a look ahead, and back at cloud computing’s biggest player.

Many Questions for Michael Dell on Going Private, and What’s Next

In an interview, Dell’s founding CEO and soon-to-be majority owner sounds an aggressive tone.

Seven Questions About Security for Kleiner Perkins’ Ted Schlein

As threats change, so must the approach to security. Get used to it.

Seven Questions About Larry Ellison and the America’s Cup With Author Julian Guthrie

An epic tale that crosses the world of technology and sport into a maelstrom of a story that’s suitable for the big screen.

More Questions About HP’s Business for CEO Meg Whitman

She drills down on the challenges and opportunities facing HP’s numerous business units.

Seven Questions for Silicon Valley Superlawyer Gordy Davidson

Soon to step down from his position as chairman of Fenwick & West.