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Start-Ups

A sign stands outside of a McDonald's restaurant February 9, 2009 in San Francisco, California. Fast food chain restaurant McDonald's reported a 7.1 percent increase in same store sales for January as people look towards cheaper food alternatives in the weakening economy. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

McDonald’s Opens Up Mid-Market San Francisco Office To Lure Tech-Savvy Talent

McDonald’s is opening up a new location along San Francisco’s Market Street, but not to take your order. Instead, the fast food chain will use the space to recruit the best talent to boost its digital presence.

06/17/2014

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Bay Area Executive Offers Tips On Entering Highly Competitive Tech Industry

Technology executive, Scott Pine, offers career advice for people interested in entering the highly competitive tech industry.

09/16/2013

About The Bay: The Creamery, San Francisco’s Geek Chic Cafe

It’s not just where lattes meet laptops, but where burgers also meet business. For the hippest folks who are trying to conduct business, generate business or just plain slog through business, the days of typing away at a laptop in a standard ‘ol coffee shop just won’t do anymore.

10/15/2012

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Santa Clara University Offering New Entrepreneurship Program

The new minor is seen as a starting point for students looking to create or work for one of thousands of start-ups in Silicon Valley.

12/25/2011

Facebook Holds Its Fourth f8 Developer Conference

Zuckerberg: Silicon Valley Isn’t Necessary For Startups

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said if he had it all to do over, he would have stayed in Boston.

10/31/2011

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San Francisco Tech Conference Teaches Innovators To Celebrate Failure

More than 400 people gathered in San Francisco Monday for an all-day technology conference designed to teach the art of embracing failure.

10/25/2011

Silicon Valley Tech Start-Ups Providing Perks Again

Silicon Valley tech firms are looking to entice and keep workers on the job with some freebies.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–07/06/2011