Tech companies strutted their pride Sunday as Apple, Google, Yahoo, Facebook, Uber and hundreds other high-tech employees came out in full force for the 45th Annual Gay Pride Parade in San Francisco.
This weekend’s big Pride Parade may be in San Francisco, but that didn’t stop Silicon Valley leaders from (digitally) waiving the rainbow flag in support of Friday’s Supreme Court ruling ending bans on same-sex marriage.
Doug Bewsher, CEO of San Francisco-based Leadspace believes the business world is entering a new era of prediction.
If you need a new Internet protocol address for your organization, you may want to hop on it. The group responsible for handing out those addresses says they are running out according to the Wall Street Journal.
When Reverend Jesse Jackson put dozens of investors with money to spend and bright African-American and Latino entrepreneurs with start-ups to fund in a room together sparks fly and magic happened.
Buyers may not be as plentiful for Yelp aYelp’s stock skyrocketed on reports it was considering selling itself, with a host of big-name firms being possible suitors.
Kirk Krappe is the CEO of Apttus, the category-defining quote-to-cash software company based in the Bay Area.
Yelp and Salesforce are each reportedly on the block, but is there truly interested in one of them?
Microsoft is possibly looking at bidding for San Francisco-based cloud computing company Salesforce.com, according to a published report.
The sector with the largest increase was professional and business services, representing nearly half of all new jobs created over the past year.