The new year could bring some much needed relief to the hard hit construction sector in Silicon Valley, with a number of major projects expected to break ground in the next few months.
Hundreds of new jobs are coming to Silicon Valley as one of the world’s largest tech companies opened a facility in Santa Clara on Wednesday.
Construction on the Bay Area’s newest natural gas power plant is underway in Hayward, and a celebration was held on Wednesday to honor those who have been working on the project.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton addressed the need to improve global economic productivity by leveling the playing field for women in San Francisco Friday.
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The three major airports in the Bay area all have projects that have been impacted by the FAA partial shutdown. So word of a bipartisan agreement to end the stalemate is very welcome news.
A strong smell of gas forced PG&E crews to halt excavations around a natural gas transmission pipeline in San Bruno on Saturday, a spokesman said Sunday.
Using a smartphone to check personal email is just the beginning, as more and more Americans are using their digital devices to get in a little ‘me time’ while at work.
The unemployment rate in California is still falling, dropping to 11.7 percent in May, but the number of jobs in the state is down too.
California’s unemployment rate has dropped to 12 percent, but the number of payroll jobs in the state in March also fell from the previous month.