Silicon Valley Leadership Group
Many executives are calling for more H-1B visas for tech workers and to issue green cards for foreign students who graduate in the U.S.
Silicon Valley’s economic engine may still be humming along, but it does appear to be downshifting into a slightly slower gear.
Silicon Valley is welcoming a new tenant: Nissan Motors is opening a research and development center in Sunnyvale this week.
Now that President Barack Obama has named immigration reform one of his top priorities this year, some technology giants of Silicon Valley plan to press for changes that would help them bring more skilled workers to the U.S.
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.
California Governor Jerry Brown paid a visit to Silicon Valley on Tuesday as he and business leaders talked jobs, the economy and continued optimism for the future of the region.
BART trains are expected to start running through Silicon Valley in 2016.
San Jose officials claim they’ll introduce America’s fastest, free outdoor Wi-Fi network this summer through a new partnership with Ruckus Wireless and SmartWAVE Technologies.
Would you pay a higher sales tax to keep Caltrain from running off the rails? That is the question that some Bay Area residents are being asked by pollsters, even as the agency plans for record spending.
Governor Brown shares his optimism that a budget deal will soon be reached with Silicon Valley tech CEO’s, but they have concerns about education funding and the future work force.