Silicon Valley

A Study Found That Tech Workers Could Flee Dense San Francisco For Suburban-like San Jose In The...

Some surveys suggest there may be an exodus of tech workers from the San Francisco Bay Area due to the COVID-19 pandemic. City-dwellers may relocate to less dense and more affordable locales as work from home policies become the norm. But a new...

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A Silicon Valley Exodus, Law Firm Drama, And The Most Consequential Startup Of All Time

Hello! The remote work movement is accelerating. Mark Zuckerberg announced Thursday that he expects up to 50% of Facebook's employees to work remotely by 2030. Shopify boss Tobi Lutke tweeted that the company's offices would remain closed until 2021...
Related topics: Startup, Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook, Social Media

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A Youtube Creator With 2 Million Subscribers Shares The 24-page Media Kit She Uses To Pitch Brands...

Entrepreneur and YouTube creator Marina Mogilko runs three successful YouTube channels, a 343,000-subscriber business channel, "Silicon Valley Girl," a 1.1 million subscriber main channel under her name, and a language channel with 2.3 million...
Related topics: Youtube

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Two Of Apple's Former Homepod Masterminds Prep A 'revolutionary' Speaker

Many tech startups like to brag about having former employees of Silicon Valley giants among their ranks, but this is one that may have more of an impact than most. Financial Times sources say that ex-Apple design legend Christopher Stringer and...
Related topics: Apple (AAPL), Startup

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White House Considers Panel To Investigate "left-wing Bias" In Silicon Valley

White House Considers Panel To Investigate "Left-Wing Bias" In Silicon Valley Tyler Durden Sat, 05/23/2020 - 10:45 Anonymously-sourced media reports published Saturday morning claimed that the White House is looking into the...
Related topics: White House

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After Years Of Free-flowing Capital, Silicon Valley Startups And Vcs Have A Newfound Obsession With...

Venture capitalists and their portfolio companies have placed a newfound premium on cash in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. Prior to the COVID-related downturn, money was free flowing in Silicon Valley; now, though, not so much. Venture...
Related topics: Startup

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The Corporate Office As We Know It Is Dead — Long Live The 'dynamic' Workplace, Says A Ceo Who's...

A new buzzword has arisen in Silicon Valley for the concept of allowing employees to work from home indefinitely: "remote-first." Okta, a tech company with its headquarters in expensive San Francisco, has been experimenting with the concept for the...

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Facebook's Remote-working Plan Is Doomed

Hello, everyone! Welcome to the next edition of Insider Today. Please sign up here.  Note we'll be off Monday for Memorial Day. Enjoy your weekends, everyone. BLODGET & PLOTZ Facebook's remote-working plan is doomed Silicon Valley, which...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media

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Google Will Stop Building Custom Ai For Big Oil And Gas

Google announced they would no longer build custom artificial intelligence or machine learning algorithms for Big Oil and Gas after Greenpeace released a report this week exposing Silicon Valley’s enablement of the fossil-fuel industry. ...
Related topics: Google, Algorithms, Greenpeace

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What Is Clubhouse, And Why Does Silicon Valley Care?

The latest app du jour is a social network centered on talking—and it’s building buzz with the oldest trick in the book.

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Japanese Tech Giant Ntt Is Pouring $230 Million Into A Silicon Valley Research Lab To Build...

Japanese telecommunications company NTT is pouring $230 million into new Silicon Valley research labs, set to open this summer.  One health-focused lab is working on a "digital twin" project that would create a virtual version of a person that...
Related topics: Medical Research

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Extra Crunch Live: Join Box Ceo Aaron Levie May 28th At Noon Pt/3 Pm Et/7 Pm Gmt

We’ve been on a roll with our Extra Crunch Live Series for Extra Crunch members, where we’re talking to some of the biggest names in Silicon Valley about business, investment and the startup community. Recent interviews include Kirsten...
Related topics: Startup

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Spruce Is Eliminating The Drudgery Of Real Estate, And Has $29m More From Scale To Make Sales Easy

Real estate is one of those classic industries we always talk about in Silicon Valley: multi-trillion dollars in scale in terms of assets and transaction volume, but still relying on good ole’ pen and paper to get anything actually done. A huge...

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Extra Crunch Live: Discuss Work And Raising Cash In A Downturn With Revolution’s Steve Case And...

This afternoon, we’re chatting with Steve Case and Clara Sieg of Revolution as part of our new interview series, Extra Crunch Live. Topping our agenda, we will talk about jobs — in Silicon Valley, on the coasts and in the heartland. The...
Related topics: Steve Jobs

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See The Deck That Top Growth-stage Investor Insight Partners Is Using To Prepare Its Founder...

Insight Partners, a top growth-stage investor in Silicon Valley, wanted to better prepare its current network of founders for a long and painful economic contraction. So the VC firm created a survival guide by examining the track record of its own...

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The Hot New Thing In Clubby Silicon Valley? An App Called Clubhouse

For all the high-minded talk among techies, their new favorite app is an invite-only (so far) social network for mingling with one another.

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Dear Sophie: What Is Required Of Employers Laying Off Foreign Workers?

Sophie Alcorn Contributor Share on Twitter Sophie Alcorn is the founder of Alcorn Immigration Law in Silicon Valley and 2019 Global Law Experts Awards’ “Law Firm of the Year in California for...
Related topics: Social Media, Twitter (business), Immigration

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Testing Won’t Get Us Where We Need To Go

By ANISH KOKA, MD The great pandemic is wreaking havoc, we are told, because the nation is not testing enough.  The consensus from a diverse group that includes public health experts, economists, and silicon valley investors is that more...

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Silicon Valley Invents "the Free Lunch" - The Doordash-pizza Arbitrage

Silicon Valley Invents "The Free Lunch" - The Doordash-Pizza Arbitrage Tyler Durden Mon, 05/18/2020 - 14:30 Authored by Ranjan Roy via The Margins substack, If capitalism is driven by a search for profit, the food delivery...

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One Of Trump’s Biggest 2016 Donors Has ‘ghosted’ The President Over His Botched Coronavirus...

In the 2016 election, there were two distinct types of Trump voters: (1) the hardcore MAGA base and (2) independents who weren’t fond of Donald Trump but disliked the Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, even more. Silicon Valley...
Related topics: Donald Trump, United States Presidential Election, Hillary Clinton

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