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Facebook has created three Bay Area work hubs that each total at least one million square feet, following big leases with two legendary developers that widen its Silicon Valley footprint.
Silicon Valley will remain a boomtown for the foreseeable future, helping to spur a strong economy throughout the Bay Area, but the region's surge will exacerbate housing and traffic woes locally, economic and political experts warned.
Walmart Labs has launched a major hiring effort for technologists, an employment push that highlights companies' quest to scout for tech talent in the Bay Area.
As Silicon Valley considers taxing its tech companies to help fight the downsides of its tech boom – from clogged roadways to skyrocketing housing costs – local leaders are looking north for a lesson on how not to go about it.
Gender diversity in the San Francisco Bay Area technology sector has improved over the last five years, but the region's most gender-diverse businesses are in the retail, biopharmaceuticals and financial services sector, a new study from the University of California, Davis, found.
The technology industry has turned the Bay Area into an economic powerhouse that many of the world's most valuable companies call home.
Toronto’s tech scene is so hot the city created more jobs than the San Francisco Bay area, Seattle and Washington, D.C., combined last year, while leapfrogging New York in a ranking of “talent markets”.
A self-driving car will soon be one ride option available from Lyft in the San Francisco Bay Area, as the ride-services company ramps up its efforts to become a serious player in autonomous vehicle technology.
Tencent Holdings Ltd’s chairman Ma Huateng proposed to build China’s own Bay Area equivalent with a technology zone in southern China that would include the financial centre of Hong Kong and gambling city of Macau.
Google announced plans to open a Detroit-area technology center for its self-driving car programme.