Thieves made off with a dozen high-end vehicles after a break in at a Hayward car dealership early Monday morning.
While the rest of the country is still suffering from a lack of consumer confidence just the opposite is true in Silicon Valley.
Cruise the main drag near Santana Row, Silicon Valley’s popular shopping and residential strip in San Jose, and you might forget about the sour economy. The upscale development is packed – nearly every office and retail space is occupied.
Social networking-giant Facebook is expected to file for its initial public offering as early as Wednesday afternoon, and that has many in Silicon Valley excited, including luxury car dealers and real estate agents that sell high-end homes.
Starting Monday, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority will begin offering riders a different experience on new diesel-electric hybrid buses.
A recent Wall St. selloff has some traders fearing a double-dip recession. That perception may scare off many would-be shoppers, but not those who can afford luxury goods.