Silicon Valley

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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