Keeping a business afloat can be tough, but when your neighbor is Google, it can be impossible.
Tesla Motors has taken over the Fremont plant which was once the home of Solyndra, the solar company that went belly-up in 2011 and one of the more high-profile busts in Silicon Valley.
More than a decade after it flopped with consumers, PepsiCo (PEP) is poised to bring back Crystal Pepsi.
Flushing toilets may not be the most glorious indicator of women rising in tech, but it’s certainly one to celebrate.
McDonald’s famous golden arches are vanishing from San Francisco, and real estate prices could be the culprit.
Google is now developing an artificial intelligence app that counts the calories of food in your Instagram post.
Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk defended his business practices following an LA Times report that his three companies have taken billions in government subsidies, saying “the article makes it seem as though my company is getting some huge check, which is fundamentally false.”
A new app lets annoyed cyclists or drivers harness the power of crowdsourcing to report illegally parked cars.
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Great employees fuel the Silicon Valley engine. But keeping them can be a challenge. Like a card player who broadcasts the next move, maybe we can read the turnover signals in advance.
It’s the moment Googleheads have long been waiting for: a standalone Google photo service that offers unlimited storage of images and videos for free, along with some fun new tricks.