Tag: Silicon Valley
Clean-up of Mountain View site sends poisons on a costly cross-country journey that poses new hazards.
A three-minute time lapse dramatizes the role of tech shuttles in moving the Silicon Valley workforce.
San Francisco author expands critique of the buses and of the tech sector’s impact in the city.
An innovation summit draws officials from 17 schools to cultivate relationships with tech leaders, firms.
Mac Rumors, via The Loop, via EverySteveJobsVideo, via the Silicon Valley Historical Association, published this video yesterday, ostensibly never seen before in public, of Steve Jobs in 1994 talking about his legacy.
By Francesca Segré When is a bus more than a bus? When it’s a luxury coach, complete with deep-tinted windows and sunroof and Wi-Fi and reserved for a sort of exclusive club: employees for high-tech firms in Silicon Valley and the Peninsula south of San Francisco. A couple months, ago, San Francisco writer Rebecca Solnit […]
A bipartisan group of lawmakers known as the “Gang of Eight” formally filed an 844-page immigration bill on the U.S. Senate floor Wednesday. California has a lot at stake in the outcome — and not just because it’s home to many of the estimated 11 million people living in the country illegally. The bill contains […]
Homelessness is increasing in Silicon Valley even as the area mints more and more millionaires, reports television journalist Bill Moyers. In a segment of his program Moyers & Company (which airs regularly on KQED), Moyers’ crew interviews Associated Press reporter Martha Mendoza, several homeless residents of the area, and social service providers. Here’s the Bill […]
As immigration laws make it harder for foreigners to stay and work in the U.S., Silicon Valley is losing some of its most promising talent — and its unrivaled reputation as ground zero for tech innovation. Those who came here for education or to take a stab at fame and fortune are no longer waiting […]