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Bay Area gas rises above $6.10 as California hits new high

California’s average gasoline price topped $6 a gallon for the first time on Tuesday, just two months after drivers were stunned to see $5 prices at the pump for the first time. And there are no signs of a decline anytime soon. In San Jose, prices averaged $6.12 on Tuesday, …

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The capital is rapidly evolving on its way to becoming Silicon Valley

The capital is rapidly evolving on its way to becoming Silicon Valley Aiming to bring the Silicon Valley model to the capital, the Ankara Metropolitan Municipality broke new ground. The IT department organized the electronic game marathon called “DevJam” in order to encourage young entrepreneurs and ensure the development of …

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Perry: Addressing homelessness in the June 7 election

More than any other issue, the upcoming June 7 primary election in Santa Clara County revolves around what to do about homelessness. The explosion of this humanitarian crisis in the wealthiest part of the world has made it impossible to ignore, and since the majority of homeless people are people …

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Site of fatal VTA shooting demolished

VTA has taken another step to try to move forward after last year’s tragic shooting at Guadalupe Light Rail Yard. On May 11, the demolition of Building B began. Work is part of the healing process for VTA employees. Building B housed VTA’s Way Power and Signal (WP&S) teams. Six …

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San Jose becomes the latest city to ban ghost weapons

San Jose bans ghost guns — untraceable firearms that have increasingly been found at Santa Clara County crime scenes over the past six years. The ban is the latest attempt by city leaders to reduce gun violence in the country’s tenth-largest city. While the federal government and California passed recent …

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Freedom Financial Network named “Best Workplace in the Bay Area” by San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley Business Journal

Leading digital personal finance company earns spot for sixth time SAN MATEO, Calif., May 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Liberty Financial Network (FFN), a leading digital personal finance company, today announced that it has been appointed to 2022 Best Workplaces in the Bay Areaan annual list presented by the San Francisco …

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Santiago Ernesto Ramos Aguilar (1921 – 2022)

Santiago Ernesto Ramos Aguilar, affectionately known by his wife and close friends as Chanty, was born in Apulo, Ilopango, El Salvador was born on December 1, 1921, son of Francisco Aguilar and Sebastiana Ramos who died at the age of 100 years old at his home in Sunnyvale, Calif., on …

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San Jose kicks off tourism return after COVID travel collapse

SAN JOSE — Business leaders launched a quest Thursday to recoup the mammoth amounts of travel and leisure business that San Jose has lost due to coronavirus-related economic shutdowns. “San Jose is open for business,” said Derrick Seaver, general manager of the San Jose Chamber of Commerce. Still, San Jose’s …

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Apply and Win a $1 Million Investment Prize

SAN JOSE, CA., May 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Startup World Cup is back in Silicon Valley! The Silicon Valley regional competition is scheduled for June 2, 2022 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. The Startup World Cup is looking for the best and brightest startups to …

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Indian-born Nand Mulchandani is the CIA’s first intelligence chief

Nand Mulchandani, an Indian-American computer expert from Silicon Valley who studied at a school in Delhi, has been named the first-ever Chief Technology Officer of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). CECENTRt’s announcement for the coveted position was made by director William J Burns on social media. According …

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Google selects 11 startups for climate change accelerator

Google announced 11 companies for the second Google Startup Accelerator: Climate Change cohort. This ten-week program consists of intensive workshops and expert mentorship designed to help growth-stage startups focused on sustainability learn technical, product and leadership best practices. here are the 11 startups selected using technology to improve our planet: …

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Palo Alto bets on business tax for housing and transportation projects | News

If Palo Alto voters approve a new business tax in November, improving affordable housing and transportation will likely eat up much of the revenue the city collects, the city council agreed Monday. The council is still fine-tuning the tax measure, which members have been discussing for years and which continues …

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Big Tech hiring cements Canada’s status as Silicon Valley North – but there’s a catch

Recent moves by US tech giants Meta, Google and Amazon to significantly boost their presence and staffing levels in Canada have cemented the country’s status as a growing hub for tech talent. While Canada’s tech boom may be good news for those who dream of working for these tech giants, …

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Driving innovation in the heart of Silicon Valley

On this week’s episode of the Priorities podcast, in San Jose, Calif., Chief Innovation Officer Clay Garner talks about how he’s trying to address digital equity and emerging technologies in the heart of Silicon Valley. Garner, who took office in January, said his top priorities were bridging the digital divide, …

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Elon Musk thinks Twitter’s algorithm should be public. Here’s what it could mean

By Rachel Metz | CNN Business On March 24, a few weeks before he offered to buy TwitterElon Musk published a poll on the social media platform“Twitter’s algorithm should be open source,” he wrote, with options for users to vote “yes” or “no.” Some of Twitter’s technology is already open …

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Twingate secures $42 million from BOND

THE TOWN OF REDWOOD — Twingate, a cybersecurity company implementing Zero Trust security, secured $42 million in Series B funding. The round was led by BOND, with participation from existing investors WndrCo, 8VC and SignalFire. The latest investment brings Twingate’s total funding to $67 million. With this new funding, Twingate …

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Could the California economy handle a real estate crash? – Silicon Valley

“bubble watch” explores trends that may indicate upcoming economic and/or housing market problems. Buzz: The California economy is at modest risk of seeing its business growth held back by severe real estate weakness relative to other states. Source: My trusty spreadsheet analyzed state-by-state gross domestic product data for 2021 from …

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US Representative Ro Khanna discusses Big Tech at the Harvard IOP Forum | News

U.S. Representative Ro Khanna (D-California) spoke about the role of technology in the future of the U.S. economy while discussing his new book at a Harvard Institute of Politics forum on Monday evening. Harvard professors Michael J. Sandel and Amartya K. Sen joined Khanna at the event, which was moderated …

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Tesla opens huge factory in Texas with the “Cyber ​​Rodeo”

Austin, TX— Tesla welcomed throngs of electric car enthusiasts to Texas on Thursday for a huge party dubbed a “cyber rodeo” to inaugurate a manufacturing plant the size of 100 football fields. Photos and videos flooded Twitter as guests explored the cavernous factory decked out in a distinctive nightclub look. …

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Roelof Botha: Sequoia’s pick of leader shows shift in balance of power

When news broke this week that Roelof Botha was in the top job at Sequoia Capital, it was accompanied by the low-key inevitability that has become the hallmark of what is considered by many to be the leading capital firm – Silicon Valley risk. That the 48-year-old South African, who …

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Uber gave ‘as little information as possible’ to cops, court: lawsuit

A recently filed lawsuit claims Uber violated federal law by providing “the least amount of information possible” to police and courts in response to subpoenas, search warrants and court orders. San Francisco‘s Soha Malik alleged in her lawsuit that she was fired for raising concerns about the Bay Area ride-hailing …

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[Funding alert] Silicon Valley-based fintech co Vested Finance raises $12M in Series A

California-based online investment platform Funding acquired said he lifted $12 million in a Series A funding round led by Ayon Capital. Investors such as 9Unicorns, Ankur Warikoo, Dhruvil Sanghvi and Saumil Parekh participated in the round, alongside existing investors such as Tenoneten, Ovo Fund, Wedbush Ventures, IPV and Upscale. The …

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The best comedies on HBO Max, according to Ranker

HBO Max is quickly becoming one of the leading streaming platforms, thanks to the presence of iconic HBO originals. Many of them are sitcoms with loyal followings, including the likes of Veep and Calm your enthusiasm. At the same time, comedy lovers can also stream non-HBO shows such as BBC …

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Silicon Valley Plug and Play hopes to accelerate 100 Saudi startups in 2022

RIYADH: Binance, the largest crypto exchange by trading volume, is recruiting over 100 positions in the UAE and helping to shape Dubai’s new virtual asset regulations, its regional head has said. The announcement comes after being cleared by Dubai’s new virtual assets regulator this month. Binance’s ties with the Gulf …

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Creative Planning buys Silicon Valley RIA serving technical executives

What do you want to know The addition of Emery Howard expands Creative Planning’s footprint in the San Francisco Bay Area. San Francisco is Creative Planning’s fastest growing market in the country, CEO Peter Mallouk said. Emery Howard also has experience advising executive clients in the technology industry which is …

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Silicon Valley tech company to create 40 jobs in Bristol

A Silicon Valley tech company backed by Goldman Sachs has announced plans to create more than 40 jobs in Bristol as it expands its presence in the UK. California-based digital engineering firm Infostretch said the roles would be created over the next 12 months and would include entry-level and senior-level …

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Saudi Arabia and Silicon Valley launch health innovation platform

JEDDAH: The Coalition to Restore Legitimacy in Yemen said a “hostile” operation by Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi militia targeted an Aramco oil facility in Jeddah on Friday. The attack targeted a petroleum products distribution station in the city and caused a fire in two tanks, the coalition said, adding that the …

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Former HP executive pleads guilty to defrauding Silicon Valley company out of $5 million – CBS San Francisco

PALO ALTO (AP) — A former HP, Inc. executive pleaded guilty Wednesday to stealing some $5 million from the Silicon Valley computer company and using it to buy luxury cars, jewelry and watches, federal prosecutors said. Shelbee Szeto pleaded in federal court in Oakland to a wire fraud, money laundering …

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Sherice Torres quits Facebook and joins the Web3 exodus from Silicon Valley

Sherice Torres, former head of marketing for Meta’s digital wallet, Novi, quit her job in 2021. Torres was cold recruited by cryptocurrency startup Circle. She explained why she and other Silicon Valley workers are drawn to Web3 and crypto. Sherice Torres had been working at Meta for a year as …

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Brazilian judge bans Telegram messaging app

By Mauricio Savarese | Associated Press SAO PAULO — A judge in Brazil’s Supreme Court on Friday ordered the nationwide shutdown of the Telegram messaging app, arguing that it failed to cooperate with authorities. The move is a blow to President Jair Bolsonaro, who has more than a million subscribers …

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Confinement in China’s “Silicon Valley” shakes investors

BEIJING: Its factories are equipping the world with cellphones, while some of China’s top tech brains travel there to produce apps and games – but Shenzhen is now on lockdown as the coronavirus inflicts economic hardship on the country and shakes people up markets. Residents of the city of 17.5million …

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SENSE AND SENSITIVITY at TheatreWorks Silicon Valley

Sense and sensitivity Book, music and lyrics by Paul Gordon Based on the novel by Jane Austen Directed by Robert Kelley Silicon Valley Works Theater So nice to be able to write Directed by Robert Kelley. The TheatreWorks founder retired in 2020 after receiving a well-deserved 2019 regional Tony Award …

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South Valley tempts with fine wines in stunning settings – The Mercury News

A particularly fabulous place to spend an afternoon in Gilroy is Calerrain, the home of Geoff and Chantelle Mace, who have created an outdoor oasis in a spectacular pastoral setting that will have you unwinding in no time. Cows howl in the background as you sample their barrel-fermented Chardonnay and …

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Russia decides to ban Instagram and declares Meta an “extremist organization”

Meanwhile, the Russian government said on Friday it was blocking popular social media app Instagram, taking further action against Meta – the parent company of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp – over reports the day before that Facebook had temporarily suspended its hate speech rules to allow the posts. who called …

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Utah State Softball Set for Silicon Valley Classic II

PLAY BALL! Utah State softball (8-10, 0-0 MW) continues its 2022 campaign at the Silicon Valley Classic II in Santa Clara and San Jose, Calif. The Aggies will first face UC Davis (6-11, 0-0 Big West) and Santa Clara (6-11, 0-0 Big West) on Friday, March 11, at 2 p.m. …

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Sustainable Silicon Valley (SSV) Receives $300,000 Community Grant from California Air Resources Board (CARB) for Youth Air Quality Advocates (YAQA) Project in East San Jose to Combat Air Pollution

“Young people have the talent and the will to help us meet the challenges of climate change. The YAQA program is the perfect resource for our community to engage our students and empower them in their stewardship of our environment,” said the mayor of the city of San José Sam …

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Saratoga Community Briefings for the week of March 11 – East Bay Times

Concerted efforts Two local music organizations are holding concerts at the McAfee Performing Arts and Lecture Center at Saratoga High School this weekend. The Steinway Society Silicon Valley presents pianist Yeol Eum Son on March 12 at 7:30 p.m. The program includes works by Baldassare, Mendelssohn, Prokofiev, Ravel and Kapustin. …

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Silicon Valley boycotts Russia over Ukraine invasion

CEO Tim Cook speaks during an Apple event at the company’s headquarters in Cupertino, California on September 10, 2019. stephen | Reuters Silicon Valley’s biggest tech companies have made it harder for Russians to access some of the world’s most used technologies as President Vladimir Putin continues his invasion of …

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RPT Ukraine’s tech diaspora rushes to mobilize Silicon Valley in war with Russia

OAKLAND, California, March 2 (Reuters) – Ukrainians working at Western tech companies are banding together to help their beleaguered homeland, in a bid to bring down disinformation websites, embolden Russians to turn against their government and expedite the delivery of medical supplies. They seek, through email campaigns and online petitions, …

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Silicon Valley Hair Institute, an Innovative Hair Transplant Clinic in the Bay Area, Announces Content Update for Micropigmentation for Hair Loss in San Francisco

Silicon Valley Hair Institute, a premier hair transplant clinic serving the Bay Area, announces new page content. Micropigmentation for hair loss could bring a new perspective to San Francisco residents. PALO ALTO, California – February 28, 2022 – (Newswire.com) Silicon Valley Hair Institute, a premier hair transplant clinic in the …

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Sunnyvale Community Briefings for the week of March 4 – The Mercury News

Stanford Blood Drive The Church of the Resurrection is holding a Stanford Blood Center collection on March 6, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the church parking lot at 1395 Hollenbeck Ave. To make an appointment, visit https://sbcdonor.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/10026. Challenging event Silicon Valley Clean Energy, a Sunnyvale-based nonprofit that distributes …

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The idea that college degrees don’t matter is a Silicon Valley fantasy – TechCrunch

Jamie Beaton is the author of “Accepted! Secrets to Gaining Admission to the World’s Topic Universities”, and is CEO of Crimson Educationa college admissions consulting firm. Silicon Valley likes to celebrate the cult of the dropout – the inspired entrepreneur who decides that traditional education is not for her because …

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How many homeless people will the Santa Clara County survey find?

Geneva Strickland used to bounce from street to street in North San Jose for more than six years before finding a place to live. Early Wednesday morning, Strickland returned to her old stomping ground with a new purpose: to count the number of people who are still homeless. “I want …

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Silicon Savannah: How the tech jobs revolution imploded

The premise of Silicon Savannah in Nairobi was simple and promising. [Courtesy] When the phrase Silicon Savannah was coined, there was great optimism that Nairobi was about to experience a technological revolution that would attract high-value companies and, in turn, spur job creation. It was 2010. Airtel Kenya, then Zain, …

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DAVID DAVIS: I got canceled by Silicon Valley after speaking at an event – ​​YOU could be next

Do you want Nick Clegg to be the supreme censor of what you write online? Because it could be the accidental effect of the government’s new online security bill. It could make the former deputy prime minister – now a multimillion-dollar-a-year Facebook executive – the overall arbiter of whether your …

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Astrodyne TDI expands in Silicon Valley

Astrodyne TDI, a world leader in the design and manufacture of EMI power supplies and filters, has opened its West Coast Tech Center in Santa Clara, California. The 1,500 square foot space serves as the new Astrodyne TDI Global Center of Excellence (CoE) for Application Engineering, enabling its dedicated FAE …

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Milestones – Did you order this? – Opinion

You may have noticed the current and ongoing controversy over the seriousness of guns and their prohibition. After all, with the eruption of senseless gunfights and people getting shot, injured and killed, you might think we’re heading back to the Wild West. The only difference that comes to mind is …

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Santa Clara County could support children who have lost parents to COVID

About one in 450 children in the United States has lost a parent or caregiver to COVID-19. A Santa Clara County elected official wants to make sure these kids aren’t forgotten. Supervisor Susan Ellenberg will ask the county at Tuesday’s board of supervisors meeting to establish a program to identify …

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In Silicon Valley, chalk, notebooks and pencils

The celebration at the end of January of the world day of handwriting, that is to say calligraphy, has gone almost unnoticed in a totally digitized planet, but it happens that in very advanced countries – such as the United States , France and Germany – there is a growing …

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New US 101 Express lanes open

SAN JOSE- The newly constructed segment of Express Lanes stretching from US 101/CA 85 in Santa Clara County north to Whipple Ave in San Mateo County will officially open Friday, February 11 with extended hours. 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays. . The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA), Caltrans …

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Hillicon Valley – FCC nominee faces divided Senate panel

Today is Wednesday. Welcome to Hillicon Valley, detailing everything you need to know about tech and cyber news, from Capitol Hill to Silicon Valley. Subscribe here: thehill.com/newsletter-signup. Follow The Hill technical team, Chris Mills Rodrigo (@millsrodrigo) and Rebecca Klar (@rebeccaklar_), for more coverage. President BidenJoe BidenTrump tightens grip on top …

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Bidstack Group PLC appoints Silicon Valley veteran as new Chief Technology and Product Officer

Ames has over 25 years of experience, including 20 years in Silicon Valley, with an influential profile and track record of building highly scalable companies with innovative data systems. Bidstack Group PLC (AIM:BIDS, OTC:FTBGF) has appointed Glen Ames as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Chief Product Officer (CPO) as it …

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10 shows to watch if you love billions

Billions is one of those character-packed shows that fans love to hate. From Ax to “Wags,” Wendy to Chuck, they’re greedy, materialistic, selfish, and often mean, while being flawed humans who react the only way they know how. It’s a setup that’s been used in many shows of all kinds, …

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Hillicon Valley – Presented by Cisco – Amazon Prepares for Second Union Vote

It’s friday today. Welcome to Hillicon Valley, detailing everything you need to know about tech and cyber news, from Capitol Hill to Silicon Valley. Subscribe here: thehill.com/newsletter-signup. Follow The Hill technical team, Chris Mills Rodrigo (@millsrodrigo) and Rebecca Klar (@rebeccaklar_), for more coverage. Amazon employees in Bessemer, Alabama will have …

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New Rotary Health and Wellness Club Debuts in Silicon Valley with Guest of Honor Swami Mukundananda ⋆ 4State News MO AR KS OK

The inaugural celebration of the charter of the Rotary E-Club of Silicon Valley, Health and Wellness will be held with special guest of honor, Swami Mukundananda, internationally recognized authority on mind management and holistic health, on February 5, 2022, at 8:00 a.m. PST. Swami Mukundananda The new Rotary E-Club plans …

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Inauguration of a cobalt-free solid-state lithium-ion battery factory in Silicon Valley – pv magazine International

US solid-state battery start-up Sparks has opened a pilot plant for its patented lithium battery technology based on cobalt-free cathodes. The company wants to challenge China’s dominance in developing next-generation batteries. February 1, 2022 Marija Maisch The rush for new battery storage solutions is accelerating with news from both established …

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Silicon Valley Transit Agency adopts COVID vaccination policy for workers

January 28, 2022 Amid rising COVID-19 infections, VTA will require its 2,000 employees and contractors to be fully vaccinated by April 29. The transit agency, which hinted at a vaccination policy was in preparation last week, the mandate announced on Thursday. Employees who obtain an approved medical or religious exemption …

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Silicon Holler: Ro Khanna Says Big Tech Can Help Heal America’s Heart | Books

Shortly after Silicon Valley sent him to Washington, Ro Khanna visited “Silicon Holler,” a name coined by a colleague, Hal Rogers, for the nascent tech industry in eastern Kentucky. The districts of the two congressmen had little in common. Khanna was among the wealthiest, most diverse and most democratic. Rogers …

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Local Lawyer Challenges Jeopardy Super Champion

For Ashley Chow of Santa Clara, becoming a competitor on Jeopardy was always an idea she had in mind. “I’ve always enjoyed watching Jeopardy and enjoyed the trivia. So it was something that I always said, ‘Oh, wow, that would be really cool if I could do that one day,’” …

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Hillicon Valley – Biden Celebrates ‘Right to Repair’ Victories

Today is Tuesday. Welcome to Hillicon Valley, detailing everything you need to know about tech and cyber news, from Capitol Hill to Silicon Valley. Subscribe here: thehill.com/newsletter-signup. The ‘right to repair’ movement celebrated a major victory on Tuesday after President BidenJoe Biden reporterFox News says Biden called him out after …

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Prime Data Centers is developing a new data center in the heart of Silicon Valley

Prime Data Centers, a data center developer and operator, last week announced the development of a new four-story, 119,000 square foot data center in the heart of Silicon Valley. Located at 1231 Comstock Street in Santa Clara, Calif., Prime will begin construction of the facility in the second half of …

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Silicon Valley Reads theme proves perfect for 2022

As a member of the advisory board of Silicon Valley Reads, I will admit some skepticism when we discussed the 2022 theme last fall. “The Power of Kindness, Resilience and Hope” seemed like, well, 2021. Kindness is always a good thing, but surely we would have outgrown the need for …

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Activists renew their calls against the construction of a new prison in Silicon Valley

In a latest push to oppose plans for a new Santa Clara County jail, local residents and advocates are using a new avenue to shame elected officials for wavering on important issues: a comedy skit. Led by Show up for Racial Justice in the South Bay (SURJ), about 30 people …

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Silicon Valley lawmaker’s single-payer health care plan faces ‘uphill battle’

January 17, 2022 A bill proposing a single-payer public health care system, which would be the first in the country if passed, has broad public support. But we don’t know if that will be enough to cross the finish line. Assembly Bill 1400, also known as CalCare, would address issues …

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Silicon Valley event calendar changes due to COVID-19

While the latest COVID-19 surge doesn’t appear to be hitting with the severity of previous spikes — at least in the Bay Area — it has wreaked havoc on restaurants and bars with sick employees, and it’s having an effect. drive through Silicon Valley arts and entertainment schedules too. Some …

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Northern California ranch, 564 acres, for sale: $22.5 million

A 564-acre ranch on the coast near Silicon Valley that was once a wedding gift and has been owned by the same family for more than 100 years is on the market for $22.5 million. Located in the small town of San Gregorio, California, the property wraps 80 acres of …

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Governor Newsom pledges $4.2 billion to California high-speed rail

Governor Gavin Newsom’s latest budget proposal doubles billions of dollars in contentious funding for the San Joaquin Valley segment of the high-speed rail project and expands the state’s initiative to replace gas-powered vehicles with zero-emission vehicles. Latest figures are part of governor’s $286.4 billion spending proposal released earlier this week …

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As U.S. technology tumbles, traditional stocks are back in force

In less than two weeks and 2022 has already delivered its first stock market drama. A large sell-off in tech stocks – which started last week and continued on Monday – rocked U.S. stock markets. This technological rout was also bad news for UK investors, including the Scottish Mortgage Investment …

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Dobson goes endlessly to win Silicon Valley Amateur

Dobson goes endlessly to win Silicon Valley Amateur Sean-Karl Dobson, 2022 Silicon Valley amateur champion Sean-Karl Dobson, a student at Westlake High School in Austin, TX, was not looking to duplicate Saturday’s record-breaking performance. He was focused on winning a golf tournament. Because how to follow a 62 under par, …

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CSU Spur Campus Opens at National Western Stock Show Complex – News, Weather & Sports for All of Colorado

Adams 14 to switch to virtual learning January 10-14 due to increase in COVID casesAdams County School District 14 will transition to virtual learning for the week of January 10-14. 7 hours ago National Western Stock Show traditions will continue despite COVIDThe National Western Stock Show opens this weekend, despite …

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Silicon Valley companies virtually attend CES, delay plans to return to office

Silicon Valley companies virtually attend CES, delay plans to return to office The Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show kicked off Wednesday, with a few notable Silicon Valley tech companies opting to virtually attend the industry show. At the same time, Bay Area tech workers are wondering how long they’ll be …

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Why Silicon Valley can’t escape Elizabeth Holmes

SAN JOSE, Calif .– In 2016, start-up founders sang, “Theranos doesn’t stand for, we’re better,” in a vacation video created by venture capital firm First Round Capital. Over the following years, several columnists wrote that Silicon Valley shouldn’t be blamed for Theranos. Last month, Keith Rabois, a venture capitalist, said …

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‘Gaylapalooza’ Celebrates Local LGBTQ + Community Center – The Mercury News

The Silicon Valley / San Francisco LGBTQ Employee Resource Group Alliance ‘Gaylapaloza’ fundraiser returns live and in person, taking place on Sunday January 9 at the Hammer Theater in downtown San Jose. The event began over a decade ago as an effort of last resort to raise funds for a …

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Silicon Valley tech giants for antitrust law and …

In a year of even bigger privacy and data breach scandals, it was easy to miss a major lawsuit in late November in London. With Boris the Jester hitting the headlines, many didn’t notice the UK competition watchdog ordered Facebook to sell Giphy, the GIF-making website he bought for $ …

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Via Shutters Centaur Technology Site, sells equipment

Via Technologies sold its Centaur Technology x86 processor development team to Intel in early November and the company is now auctioning off some of the equipment at the Centaur site in Austin, TX. Essentially, that means the company is shutting down the site and ending chip development operations in the …

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Hillicon Valley – Shutterfly Gets Hacked

Today it’s Monday. Welcome to Hillicon Valley, detailing everything you need to know about tech and cyber news from Capitol Hill to Silicon Valley. Subscribe here: thehill.com/newsletter-inscription. Follow The Hill journalist Maggie Miller (@ magmill95) and the technical team, Chris Mills Rodrigo (@millsrodrigo) and Rebecca Klar (@rebeccaklar_), for more coverage. …

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Apple’s design studio is losing its cachet? – AREA

Apple Park is a top secret place. Until recently, some of the only glimpses inside the tech giant’s huge ring-shaped campus in Silicon Valley were from the (likely banned) iPhone. snapshots employees posted on Instagram. Designed by Foster + Partners, the four-story ‘spaceship’ houses 12,000 employees who work hard to …

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Construction of $ 9 million Fremont Park to begin in February

FREMONT – Construction of an approximately $ 9 million community park in the Fremont district of Centerville, on a site where there were previously two car dealerships, will begin soon. Fremont City Council awarded a construction contract of nearly $ 5.5 million to Stockbridge General Contracting of Clovis for the …

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Sunnyvale single-family home sells for over $ 800,000 over demand

A 1,300 square foot single-family home in Sunnyvale sold for $ 823,000 above demand, marking the continued rise in property prices in the city. The house was initially listed for $ 1.858 million and sold for $ 2.681 million. A 1,300 square foot single family home in Sunnyvale sold for …

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SLO with Silicon Valley in Congress Redistribution Maps in California

WASHINGTON The California commission charged with redrawing the state’s legislative boundaries linked rural San Luis Obispo County to Silicon Valley hubs in its recent congressional map projects. As redistribution – the process by which congressional districts are reconfigured to match new census demographics – comes to an end, a new …

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Omicron overturns Wall Street plans in Silicon Valley

Just as it seemed like American businesses were on the path to normalcy, a new wave of Covid-related uncertainty is shaking business plans from Wall Street to Silicon Valley. Manhattan holidays are canceled and banks grapple with new epidemics as the omicron variant spreads. Citigroup Inc. said employees in the …

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GWT Finishes and Wins First Prize for Silicon Valley’s Leading Water Accelerator

Ellie Barker (Program Manager, Accelerator) of Imagine H2O commented “With unmatched technology and a top-notch team, we are delighted to welcome GWT to our 2021 cohort. The team immediately jumped in and took full advantage of this. that the program had to offer – actively participating in sessions, showcasing their …

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UNCF and Boys & Girls Clubs announce programs to bring students into STEM fields

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington and UNCF (formerly United Negro College Fund) have announced separate plans to provide underserved youth with opportunities to learn and develop skills in STEM fields. Starting next year, Boys and Girls Clubs will be participating in the Anyone Can Code project which …

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Thomaston partners with Silicon Valley start-up to build state-of-the-art electric boat

A Thomaston boatbuilding company will be undertaking one of its most cutting-edge projects over the coming year: an all-electric boat rising out of the water. The technology and design of the vessel were developed by the Californian company Ship, a marine technology startup. Navier tapped Lyman-Morse – a company that …

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Hillicon Valley – Brought to you by the Connected Commerce Council – Senate Grills Instagram Leader

Today it’s Wednesday. Welcome to Hillicon Valley, detailing everything you need to know about tech and cyber news from Capitol Hill to Silicon Valley. Subscribe here: thehill.com/newsletter-inscription. Follow The Hill journalist Maggie Miller (@ magmill95) and the technical team, Chris Mills Rodrigo (@millsrodrigo) and Rebecca Klar (@rebeccaklar_), for more coverage. …

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Q Analysts named one of Silicon Valley’s fastest growing private companies

SAN JOSE, California, December 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Q Analysts, a quality leader focused on QA and testing for consumer devices and applications and Ground Truth data services for artificial intelligence and machine learning, announced today ‘hui that it was ranked among the fastest growing private companies in …

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Energy and Electrification | City of Santa Clara

Energy efficiency, renewable energies and the electrification of buildings and transport are key climate action strategies to support a healthier future. The City of Santa Clara is uniquely positioned to support our community in climate action and sustainability through its own electric utility provider, Silicon Valley Power (SVP). SVP has …

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London investors seize San Jose buildings for $ 780 million

SAN JOSE – A London-based investment firm has bought three office buildings north of San Jose for nearly $ 800 million in a deal that marks Silicon Valley’s biggest real estate purchase of 2021. AGC Equity Partners bought the trio of buildings in a section of the Coleman Highline office …

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British watchdog action against Facebook on Giphy proves it has teeth | Larry Elliott

Big tech has two faces. A Face presents a new form of business: inclusive, socially liberal, very fashionable, supporting Democrats rather than Republicans, and unlike anything that came before. Remove your makeup and another face appears: the face of a monopoly seeking to protect itself from its rivals. Over the …

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Why the rich fall into the cult of well-being

Almost two years after the start of a pandemic in which medical science largely saved the day, you might think that interest in the wellness trend would wane. Not even a little. Juice cures, mindfulness, premium yoga retreats, and Himalayan salt lamps are more popular than ever. Indeed, the Global …

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Microchip pioneer helped bring silicon to Silicon Valley

Dr. Last, the son of a metallurgist from Butler, Pa., Started out with a more modest career goal: to get his doctorate. in physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in an interesting job that would allow him to live in California. Graduated from MIT in 1956, he joined the …

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Adventure capitalism | The Economist

November 27, 2021 VLADIMIR LENIN believed that a small vanguard could, by force of will, harness historical forces to transform the workings of world capitalism. He was right. However, the revolutionaries were not bearded Bolsheviks but a few thousand investors, mostly based in Silicon Valley, managing less than 2% of …

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Silicon Valley pacemaker hopes to conquer Australian hearts with ASX float

Silicon Valley pacemaker start-up EBR Systems expects Australia’s high concentration of heart disease research to be a fertile environment to develop the products it hopes will solve the problem. one of the biggest health problems in the world. EBR, which is working on a new type of “lead-free” pacemaker system …

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Silicon Valley Institute Announces New Bay Area Hair Transplant Reviews to Reach Milestone

The Silicon Valley Hair Institute is proud to announce new positive reviews of hair transplants on social media. We are very proud to see new five star hair transplant reviews for our clinic on online review sites. There are now over twenty reviews on Google and over thirty on Facebook. …

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Uplevyl, a women’s empowerment and networking platform, launches in Austin

Shubhi Bhonsle-Rao, Founder and CEO of Uplevyl Uplevyl, an Austin-based tech company building an app and digital platform for professional women, launched last Tuesday. Shubhi Bhonsle-Rao, founder and CEO of Uplevyl, is a former senior executive at Alphabet, Tesco, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ford Motor Company, among others. She also serves on …

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Cupertino divided as Vice Mayor Liang Chao holds firm on Chinese exclusion law

At the Cupertino City Council meeting on Tuesday, Vice Mayor Liang-Fang Chao clarified the remarks she made on China’s exclusion law that inflamed the community earlier this month, but did not did not issue a formal apology, disappointing many local leaders who had called on her to do so. The …

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San Jose Mineta International’s New Parking Reservation System Ready

The number of travelers entering and exiting San Jose’s Mineta International Airport is steadily increasing as the pandemic abates. SJC expects more than 400,000 air passengers to pass through the gates during the Thanksgiving travel period, which spans 11 days. To help deal with the parking congestion, the airport laughed …

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Power outage in Bangalore: These parts of India’s “Silicon Valley” will experience a power shortage today

Power outage in Bangalore: these areas suffer from power cuts today | Photo credit: IANS Bangalore: Many areas of Bengaluru faced severe power cuts between November 15 and 17 (Monday-Wednesday) due to the delay in project work throughout the city. Several areas of Bengaluru have experienced power cuts due to …

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Interventional Oncology Devices Market Size and Outlook 2028 | Major Companies – Silicon Valley Medical Instruments, Infraredx, Philips Volcano, Medtronic, St. Jude Medical, GE Healthcare, Boston Scientific, Hitachi Aloka Medical America,

New Jersey, United States, – A recent market research report added to the repository of verified market reports is an in-depth analysis of the Interventional Oncology Devices Market. Based on the analysis of the historical growth and current scenario of the Interventional Oncology Device market, the report intends to offer …

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London VC Molten drops Tim Draper name in new branding

Draper Esprit, the FTSE 250 investment company, has now renamed itself Molten Ventures. The redesign ends the clear association with Tim Draper, who gave the company his name after Esprit joined the Draper Venture Network in 2015, a global alliance of independent venture capitalists. Draper is no longer involved in …

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Former Silicon Valley executives accused of fraud

SAN JOSE (KRON) – The Justice Department said it indicted two former Silicon Valley tech executives last week with fraud. Kevin Chao and Richard Sze, who were arrested on October 28, began working for Company-1, an industrial automation company that provides hardware and software services, when their old company was …

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The most expensive postal codes in the country, 2021

Even a global pandemic, ensuing recession, and lately inflation could not bring down the high prices of Silicon Valley homes. The country’s most expensive zip code is in the Silicon Valley suburb of Atherton, California, according to a recent report from the RealtyHop ad site. The median price of the …

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