Judging by some of the methods being used to lure potential employees, the high-tech boom is back in San Francisco.
Silicon Valley employers are bullish about hiring next year despite economic challenges around the globe.
Millions of people in the United States are victims of stalking every year, and according to officials at a San Francisco conference on domestic violence, the issue has gone high tech.
Google’s Mountain View headquarters is no longer large enough to house all of the company’s employees. As a result, the Internet search giant is moving to neighboring Sunnyvale.
The sudden slide in the stock market over the last few trading sessions may put a dampener on the recent resurgence of high tech initial public offerings. Now, Bay Area start-ups may wait until stocks recover before going public
Later this week, several suspects accused of pulling the largest high-tech heist ever in the Bay Area will be in court in Alameda County.
Even as one of the largest employers in Silicon Valley announced plans to cut thousands of jobs, Silicon Valley employers have reported a growing demand for highly skilled tech workers.
One city councilman says the city of Sunnyvale’s 20-year economic plan is helping it maintain its status as a dominant force in the Silicon Valley
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has signed up some of the city’s top technology companies to join his new Technology Advisory Council with the goal of growing San Francisco’s high tech industry.
The agency that helped revive downtown and make San Jose a central part of the Silicon Valley technology industry has laid off nearly half its staff, and the remaining workers could lose their jobs by summer.