If you are ever visiting San Francisco and have an extra day for adventure, I highly recommend jumping into the car and heading to Silicon Valley. The drive is beautiful and it is a worthwhile experience to see some of the big businesses and small treasures of the tech world.
“They are bending over backwards to be good neighbors,” Bertini told NBC. “There is no quid pro quo here.” If so, Facebook
A California writer received a highly unusual credit card offer from Bank of America this week: It was addressed to “Lisa is a Slut McIntire.”
While "Lisa" is her first name and "McIntire" is indeed her last, the "Is a Slut" part appeared to have been added by Bank
Facebook has already taken over your life. Why not just move in next door to the company? Calling the phenomenon “the downside
"The idea is to make the perfect engineering space: one giant room that fits thousands of people all close enough to collaborate
Florence Detlor, One Of The World's Oldest Registered Facebook Users, Meets Mark Zuckerberg, Sheryl Sandberg (PHOTO) (CORRECTION)
Previously: In her 101 years of life, Florence Detlor has probably visited a lot of interesting places, but now she can add
Reentry has never been easy for Margo McAuliffe, and this one has been no different, after her eighth summer at the high
For now, high-speed rail's future funding is unclear, particularly the $14 billion or more in additional federal funds California
It's taking on startups with half-baked features. And now, just like the biggies, it's getting it's own huge Silicon Valley
Road trips with elderly parents must provide a high comfort quotient, starting with a well-appointed sedan and, if possible, luxury hotels. No matter how tired my mother was, when we checked into a gorgeous place, she beamed from ear to ear.
Last year, harper Simon independently released an excellent solo debut that established him as one of the best new singer-songwriters in the genre.
If this summer was the coming out party for the electric car, Washington was the host. They may seem unlikely bedfellows, but I'm convinced the EV companies have learned how to play politics.