A Silicon Valley venture capitalist is predicting some stormy weather and “dead unicorns” in the tech industry.
Cash rained down on startups in 2014 but with valuations so high, critics suggest some investors may be setting themselves up for a major fall.
Netscape founder Marc Andreessen says startups are burning too much cash right now, at a rate similar to the 1999 dot com bubble, according to Business Insider. Andreessen went on Twitter last week to warn that overspending companies will “vaporize” when the broader stock market begins to go south.
Shopping for baby clothes is a never-ending necessity for any parent of an infant. Here is a list of five of the best places to shop for both new and used baby clothes in San Francisco.
Tapioca, that gooey, chewy, yummy, starchy, happy-feeling food has its own national holiday, June 28th, and there’s no better way to celebrate National Tapioca Day than with Boba Tea, Bubble Tea, or maybe you call it Pearl Milk Tea.
U.S. banks have taken another step to clear away the wreckage of the 2008 financial crisis by agreeing to pay $8.5 billion to settle charges that they wrongfully foreclosed on millions of homeowners.
San Francisco is a mecca for the creative, so it comes as no surprise that the city of color has a variety of craft stores for a community of all ages.
Only one in six high-tech companies that started in 2000 in Silicon Valley remained in business at the end of the decade, according to a report released Tuesday by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Rob Arnott, the founder of investment firm Research Affliates, thinks the stock market is “dangerously” overpriced. He points to Cupertino-based Apple, which has a $321 billion market value.