The city sparkled for a special event. It could — and should — mark a new normal.
Dan Lesovodski, a data scientist turned startup founder, is hoping his Data Monsters incubator will level the playing field for smaller companies looking to tap into the benefits of AI.
An analysis by the Sacramento Business Journal found that the workers who commanded the most headlines during the pandemic saw some of the lowest pay growth of any industry in the private sector.
The scheme was allegedly part of an effort to nab leases at the vacant properties that once housed Pompei’s Grotto and Lou’s Fish Shack.
The job cuts are directly connected to Broadcom's completed acquisition of VMware.
The deal for the four-year-old Santa Rosa company, which will start enrolling a pivotal clinical trial early next year, includes milestone payments.
The construction industry is ripe for innovation. But proptechs like Veev often fall victim to a series of missteps, including what one investor calls "misplaced optimism."
An environmental impact report is being circulated again for the polarizing Central El Dorado Hills project, suggesting it could come up for a final vote early next year.
The Downtown Stakeholders Group is bringing Oakland businesses together. The goal is stability, safety and common-sense responses to the issues the city has had to deal with over recent years.
Unity Technologies Inc. is significantly reducing its real estate footprint in San Francisco as part of a global office downsizing and recent staff layoffs — but by how much is still up in the air.