While Santa Clara is leading the state when it comes to surging real estate values—largely due to the booming local tech economy, there’s growing concern the new housing projects may be built on a bubble.
A new study shows that funding for business startups declined in 2012, the first time that’s happened in three years, as venture capitalists spent less money on fewer deals.
There’s a California population shift with Asian immigrants replacing Latin America as the primary source of the state’s immigrants.
The FTC’s chairman, Jon Leibowitz, defended the government’s approach. “When you are talking about children, you have to give the benefit of the doubt to privacy,” he said last week on Capitol Hill.
U.S. employers advertised slightly fewer jobs in August while they filled the most positions in three months, a mixed signal for the job market.
Facebook’s growth appears to be slowing, particularly in the U.S., according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
Facebook may have over 800 million users, but the company’s rocket-fueled user growth may be starting to slow. The social network is seeing fewer new users, not only in the U.S., but also in overseas markets.
The San Jose City Council approved a temporary tax break Tuesday to encourage more commercial development in the city.
The plan focuses on creating a stronger network for small businesses in San Francisco.
California’s Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom is calling for port maintenance funds to be released in the state and that our infrastructure is lagging behind several other nations.