Six Month Update on the 2022 Rankings
Susan Lonergan, October 3rd, 2022
Since the March 31 ranking of the 2022 Lonergan Silicon Valley 150, the S&P 500 has dropped 25%. By comparison, the combined market cap of the Lonergan SV150, our firm’s ranking of the top public companies in technology headquartered in Silicon Valley, has dropped a total of 30% in the six months since March 31.
Mark Lonergan, July 15th, 2022
Recently, venture-backed Logistics company Flexport announced that it had recruited Dave Clark of Amazon to join Flexport as that company’s CEO. That’s not news. Lots of young companies are considering new CEOs in this wonky economy.
What made this special was how it happened: the Founder/CEO Ryan Petersen initiated the CEO change,
2012 - 2021
Susan Lonergan, May 17th, 2022
On May 19, 2022 we are sponsoring a moderated panel discussion about "Silicon Valley over the Next 10 Years – What a Board Member Needs to Know." This event is being put on for the benefit of public company board directors in conjunction with SVDX and our co-sponsor, Baker Botts. Our bold prognosticating panelists are Michelle Lee,
A look back at 2021 in Silicon Valley
Mark Lonergan, April 12th, 2022
Lonergan Partners is pleased to bring you the timeliest ever Lonergan SV 150 – our annual ranking of the top public tech companies headquartered within fifty miles of the old HP Garage - to paint you a picture of 2021 tech sector results.
Get the Company Rankings on a PDF suitable for printing, or for detailed metrics on each company,
...Is No Surprise
Mark Lonergan, February 15th, 2022
According to Harvard's Professor Michael Watkins, candidates recruited to executive positions last on average less than four years. Forbes recently reported that companies are bleeding corporate leadership talent at an unprecedented rate. And when leaders leave, it is rare to find they had the wrong skills or qualifications; usually they