Wall Street Journal
Berkeley residents have a reputation for being politically active and getting things done in their community — typically with an extra flair.
The Google barge projects that received so much media attention last year in San Francisco and Portland, Me. where they mysteriously appeared then suddenly left ended due to safety issues, according to a newspaper report.
Yahoo is planning to roll out its own original, cable TV-style programming, according to a published report.
Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tom Perkins has responded to the criticism directed at him in the wake of controversial remarks he recently penned for a Wall Street Journal editorial comparing today’s treatment of wealthy Americans to the persecutions of Jews in Nazi Germany.
Coach Madden talks NCAA brackets for March Madness and the need for sportscasters to watch their language on live TV.
Zynga CEO Mark Pincus wants some of the online game company’s early employees to give back stock they own ahead of the company’s initial public offering of stock, according to a published report Thursday.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Google is exploring the possibility of helping to finance a possible deal by others to acquire Yahoo.
A national bookstore chain with several outlets in the Bay Area is on the brink of bankruptcy.