Bay Area tech companies offer perks like free lunches, on site dry cleaning and car washes as incentives to keep up employee productivity, and now they’re bringing the dentist to the office.
After a Google executive’s death from a heroin overdose aboard a yacht in the Santa Cruz harbor was linked to a high-priced prostitute, many were left wondering how a high-powered executive got mixed up in a world of call girls and deadly drugs.
A former White House Press Secretary may be in line for public relations positions at a few of the Bay Area’s big tech companies.
Companies using San Francisco city bus stops to pick up and drop off passengers on commuter shuttles will have to pay more than triple the cost to the city.
Google says it has appointed Alan Mulally, the former CEO of Ford Motor Co., to its board.
Yahoo and a high-level female executive are being sued by a woman who claims sexual harassment and wrongful termination.
The competition for talent among Silicon Valley tech firms has led to companies recruiting high school students to become handsomely-paid interns.
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.
Turnout at the 2014 San Francisco Pride Parade set records for the number of spectators and floats, but perhaps even more significant is the overwhelming support the event now receives from businesses, including some of Silicon Valley’s most high-profile firms.
PALO ALTO (CBS) — A groundbreaking new computer that uses light, not just electricity to move and process data, and combines all the complex RAM, ROM and other memory in one place is just one of the do-or-die projects that Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman must be successful at for her company turnaround to succeed.