A new study says major technology companies are far more likely to hire Asians as computer programmers than to promote them to become managers or executives.
The sector with the largest increase was professional and business services, representing nearly half of all new jobs created over the past year.
An emerging new pattern in the Bay Area is the qualitative expansion of the opportunities themselves. More and more, employees are being given the chance to write their own job description.
Waste Management recycling workers are returning to work Friday after a weeklong strike left a mountain of recycling piling up outside a San Leandro facility.
The City Council awarded the new garbage contract to a local company, which plans to raise rates by 27 percent next summer.
Oakland’s police union is criticizing the department’s leadership, as a judge gets ready to decide whether to hand control of the force to federal authorities.
Gap has announced a management overhaul aimed at enabling the retailer to respond more quickly to customers’ needs across the globe.
Newly promoted Giants CEO Larry Baer might be open to making a run at a premier free agent this winter, though his philosophy will still focus on building a franchise from the bottom up to develop a deep and talented farm system.
A wild land management plan for the East Bay hills has been approved, but not everyone is happy with it, believing the plan doesn’t go far enough.
San Jose police officers have more supervision than most other police in the country, and reducing the command staff could save as much as $33 million a year, according to an auditor’s report.