‘Where’s the place that I can drive innovation?’
Welcome to Silicon Valley, where a shortage of top engineering talent amid an explosion of venture capital-backed start-ups is inflating paychecks.
Anonymous internet industry source claims companies ‘push back’
Tech startups may see a shift in culture when the money starts coming in.
Success in technology for Republicans, however, isn’t entirely dependent upon Silicon Valley support
Yahoo sued Facebook Monday, claiming it invented Facebook’s ‘entire social network model’
Search for new board members intensified after Thompson was appointed
Mark Hurd may get his $100 million payday after all
The US needs to attract 100 million new immigrants over the next 20 years in order to stay economically competitive.
Companies venture to increase social networking - SF Chronicle
Facebook, Amazon.com and others established $250 million fund to invest in startups capitalizing on the popularity of social networking
Russian president to visit California in the hopes of invigorating Russia’s Silicon Valley by drawing on US talent and resources
The 49ers have played in San Francisco since the franchise was established more than 60 years ago and have called Candlestick Park their home since the early 1970s
New Google TV platform to Be 'biggest change since TV went color' - Financial Times
Google and Intel are expected to announce a significant breakthrough into consumer electronics and the broadcast industry this week with the launch of a “Smart TV” platform. Top executives from the Silicon Valley companies are reported to be ready to reveal a deal with Sony, bringing web services to its televisions, during Google’s annual developer conference in San Francisco.
All week The Daily Caller has been counting down the 100 counties in America where liberals would be happiest living. Now it’s time for the final installment, the top 20 list
Silicon Valley loses best-workplace luster - BLOOMBERG
NetApp Inc has announced plans to cut 6 percent of its workforce shortly after being named best place to work
For years, many of China’s best and brightest left for the United States, where high-tech industry was more cutting-edge. But Mark R. Pinto is moving in the opposite direction