Adobe Flashes Signs Of Optimism In Latest EarningsInvestors are embracing Adobe's move to the cloud
San Jose-Based Adobe Extends Parental Leave PolicyAdobe is the latest tech company to extend its paid parental leave policy. The new policy applies to Adobe's 6,000 U.S. employees and is effective Nov. 1.
TV Everywhere Poised To Go Mainstream In 2015 Increasing numbers of pay-TV subscribers are also paying for TV streaming on their mobile devices.
$415M Settlement Reached In Silicon Valley Tech Suit Over Salary FixingApple, Google and two other Silicon Valley companies have agreed to pay $415 million in a second attempt to resolve a class-action lawsuit alleging they formed an illegal cartel to prevent their workers from leaving for better-paying jobs.
Security Expert Advises San Francisco Students To 'Think Big Picture'Demand for information security analysts in San Francisco is expected to remain high for several years.
Security Manager Advises San Francisco Students To Hone Their Security SkillsMohit Kalra, Senior Manager of Adobe's Secure Software Engineering team explains how his education has helped his career.
Airbnb, Pinterest & Twitter Among SF Startups Giving Free Public Tours In Citywide FestivalFor a third consecutive year, some of San Francisco’s biggest names in the startup world will open their doors to the public for free tours Thursday and Friday.
San Jose's Adobe Says Credit Card Info Of 2.9 Million Customers ExposedThe maker of Photoshop and other software said Thursday that the attacker accessed customer names, encrypted credit and debit card numbers, expiration dates and other information related to orders.
Adobe Profit Shrinks But Subscriptions RiseAdobe Systems Inc., the maker of Photoshop and Adobe Reader, said Tuesday that its fiscal third-quarter earnings tumbled 59 percent, but it added subscribers to its Creative Cloud service.
Adobe Launches New Software Suite With Monthly Subscription OptionUnlike previous versions, which came shrink-wrapped in a box, Creative Suite 6 will be available on a monthly subscription basis as part of Adobe's Creative Cloud offering.
Adobe Abandons Flash For Mobile Web BrowsersAdobe says it will pull Flash, its software for Web video and software, from the Web browsers of mobile devices. Flash will still work on mobile apps and on computers’ Web browsers.