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San Francisco’s homeless are getting six-figure jobs in a gritty neighborhood that’s been overrun by tech companies
Code Tenderloin aims to empower and employ San Francisco's homeless population.
San Francisco’s housing market is so dire, people need to make over $300,000 a year to afford the typical home
The household income now required to buy a median-priced home in San Francisco is now $303,000, according to a report from Paragon Real Estate.
Buses carrying Apple and Google workers had their windows broken in a series of targeted highway attacks
Shuttle buses carrying Apple and Google employees were hit by unknown objects, possibly rocks or pellet gun ammunition, on Tuesday.
Facebook, Google, and LinkedIn are investing hundreds of millions in housing projects across North America
Silicon Valley giants are helping build housing for various reasons, from tax credits to efforts to curb gentrification.
BetterUp provides a unique hybrid of therapy and executive coaching to employees of tech companies in Silicon Valley.
A formerly homeless man gave us a tour of the gritty San Francisco neighborhood that’s been overrun by tech companies
The Tenderloin is known as the one of the poorest and most diverse neighborhoods in San Francisco. A formerly homeless resident gave us a tour.
The tech world reacted to the FCC's Thursday decision to repeal net neutrality with disappointment and vowed to continue the fight to keep the Internet open.
Employees rated their companies on Glassdoor. These are the 25 tech employers with the most satisfied workers.
San Francisco rent is so expensive that a law firm bought a $3 million plane to fly its people in from Texas instead of having them live there
Rent in San Francisco is three times that in Houston. To cut costs, the law firm Patterson and Sheridan flies its Houston lawyers to the Bay Area monthly.
The tech industry continues to have a problem with ageism, a survey from job hiring website Indeed indicates. But workers say the situation is improving.