Coronavirus Update: Apple Closes Down Retail Stores Worldwide For Two WeeksSilicon Valley giant Apple, which already has weather the impact the coronavirus outbreak in China has had on its business, announced Saturday it would be shutting down its retail stores worldwide for the next two weeks.
Stocks Plummet Amid Coronavirus Angst; Bay Area Tech Stocks ImpactedAn early plunge of 7% on Wall Street triggered a trading halt as a sell-off slamming global markets continued.
Google I/O Conference Latest Tech Event Canceled Over Coronavirus FearsGoogle announced Tuesday that it plans to cancel its upcoming I/O developers conference in May due to concerns about the coronavirus.
Delivery Giant DoorDash Takes Step Toward Public OfferingBay Area food delivery giant DoorDash has taken a first formal step toward a stock market debut.
Coronavirus Dow Sell-Off Tops 1,190 Points; Silicon Valley Big Tech Battered As Stocks TumbleShares of streaming giant Netflix soared for several hours Thursday before joining the steep drop in Silicon Valley tech stocks as Wall Street dropped more than 1,190 points over fears of the coronavirus.
NASA Astronaut On New Mission To Spread Knowledge From Space Research In Silicon ValleyNASA Astronaut Nick Hague has a new mission here on Earth after spending six months in space. His latest endeavor is taking him to the Bay Area for the “Destination Station”campaign. Hague talked about his recent space mission and his research aboard the International Space Station.
Silicon Valley Ageism Prompting Increase In Men Seeking Cosmetic ProceduresAgeism is becoming a growing problem in the male-dominated tech industry and some are finding creative ways around it. 
Silicon Valley Stocks Battered; Coronavirus Fear Tumbles Stock Market By Over 1,000 PointsThe growing coronavirus outbreak that has forced Silicon Valley's tech giants to cancel plans to attend trades shows and impacted their supply chain from China took aim at their share prices Monday as the stock market took a major tumble.
Growing Discontent: 47% Consider Leaving Bay Area In Latest SurveyWith housing prices and commute times remaining high, a new survey has found nearly half of Bay Area residents looking at life elsewhere, outnumbering those who want to stay.
Mark Zuckerberg Heads To Europe, Asks For More RegulationMark Zuckerberg has asked for more regulation of Big Tech companies. Europe is preparing to give him what he wants.
Coronavirus Impacting Silicon Valley Production Pipelines In China From cancelled appearances at international trade shows to slowed production pipelines, the Coronavirus outbreak in China is having an economic impact on many of the largest technology companies in the Silicon Valley.
Mountain View-Based Autonomous Vehicle Allowed To Bypass Human-Driver Safety RulesFor the first time, the U.S. government's highway safety agency has approved a company's request to deploy a self-driving vehicle that doesn't meet federal safety standards that apply to cars and trucks driven by humans.
US Antitrust Chief Leaving Google Probe Because Of Past LobbyingThe Justice Department official leading the investigation of big tech companies’ market dominance is stepping aside from the department’s Google probe.
Apple, Broadcom Told To Pay Caltech $1.1B In Patent LawsuitA federal jury on Wednesday decided that Apple Inc. and Broadcom Inc. must pay $1.1 billion to the California Institute of Technology for infringing on patents.
Santa Clara Co. Rapid Response Teams Ready If Coronavirus Hits Bay AreaThough Santa Clara County health officials are reporting no cases of the Wuhan coronavirus in the area as of Tuesday, they are preparing with rapid response teams in the event that it does arrive in the Bay Area.