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.
The hope is that Water Street Market will rival the Ferry Building and Oxbow Market in Napa, but with an East Bay feel.
Saison, San Francisco’s most expensive restaurant, is now on the growing list of Bay Area venues requiring guests to pay for dinner in full before ever stepping foot inside.
Across the board, employees are taking in high salaries, but one group in particular within tech is making almost unbelievable amounts of money—coding interns.
San Francisco mobile-payment company, Square, has bought a Bay Area startup that delivers meals from restaurants called, Caviar. Our technology analyst says our options on food delivery are on the rise.
Silicon Valley tech giants have been taking heat for a gender imbalance among staff, particularly in the fields of engineering and coding, and now they’re doing something about it – targeting young women for careers in the tech sector.
Forget about leaving money on the nightstand, Silicon Valley prostitutes are proving to be almost as tech savvy as their high-tech clients, according to published reports.
San Francisco’s plans to revitalize its blighted mid-Market neighborhood are getting another boost.
PayPal has launched a mobile payments service that lets businesses accept credit cards using a small triangular card reader attached to an iPhone.
The start-up led by Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey hopes to show merchants they can abandon cash registers.