Both public and private sector leaders agree San Francisco has become a major driver of the high-tech community, with the growth of social media pushing the boundaries of what is considered Silicon Valley.
Although Google, Facebook, Zynga and many other tech companies have been on hiring sprees lately, at least one executive has questioned how strong Silicon Valley’s latest boom cycle really is.
San Francisco’s City Assessor Phil Ting is offering new economic data that shows the big impact of the tech and biotech industry on the real estate recovery.
We’re heading to the birthplace of the Silicon Valley and the home of Stanford University. Join us as Eye on the Bay explores the city of Palo Alto.
Complaints about San Francisco’s homeless shelter system have prompted Mayor Ed Lee to look at ways to change the registration process, hoping to use technology to help the homeless find a bed for the night.
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