Contra Costa Times
Pizarro: Rotary PlayGarden breaks ground at San Jose's Guadalupe River Park
It's not often you hear cheers for the development of a grassy spot in a park, but that's what happened on Wednesday at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Rotary PlayGarden at the Guadalupe River Park.
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Friday Apr 18
Water delivery allocation bumped to 5 percent by state
A wet March is yielding benefits for California's water supply, as state and federal officials announced Friday that deliveries to some of their contractors will be increased.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
ABA Banking Journal
SNL Report: City by the Bay and environs please bankers
Northern California's technology boom over the past few years spread beyond Silicon Valley and into San Francisco, fostering economic vitality, lower unemployment, higher property pricing, and increasing optimism among bankers.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Is Mike Judge's 'Silicon Valley' the End of Startup Mania?
The simple cartoon, originally a short segment on late-night Liquid Television, consisted mostly of two teenage boys watching rock videos, making commentary about them, and then rejecting them: "this sucks, change it."
Oxford Finance and Silicon Valley Bank Expand Existing Senior Credit...
Proceeds of the loan will be used to advance the development of multiple programs and platforms.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Silicon Alley Insider
The 22 Richest Neighborhoods In Silicon Valley
With the wide assortment of top tech companies currently headquartered in Silicon Valley, it should come as no surprise that some of the country's wealthiest people also call the area home.
EE Live! Conference a Big Splash in Silicon Valley
I went to the EE Live! conference in San Jose, and it was a blast. This is the new incarnation of the old Embedded Systems Conference .
Fri Apr 11, 2014
McCarthy Building Opens San Jose Office
Join us at the The Encore Las Vegas in Las Vegas, NV, where we will bring together the top student housing executives from across the country who will cover the hottest topics in financing, investment, brokerage, development and property management, our industry leaders will give the highest level views on the sector - at RealShare STUDENT HOUSING ... (more)
Bridge Bank Recognized as a '2013 Super Premier' Performing Bank by The Findley Reports
The Findley Reports, a highly regarded consulting and reporting firm for the financial industry, has been recognizing the performance of California banking institutions for over 40 years.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
SVB Financial Group Announces Date And Time Of Quarterly Earnings...
As in prior quarters, the Company will file its quarterly financial results with the SEC via form 8-K.
Gilroy, Morgan Hill residential development soars
Construction and development are back in a big way in Gilroy and Morgan Hill, at least when it comes to residential.
SF Classical Voice
Music in the Schools: Lynbrook High School in Fremont
Periodically, the Kids Around the Bay column includes profiles of local school music programs.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
The Almaden Resident
Second Harvest sets sights on $4 million to ensure Silicon Valley kids don't go hungry
Growing up in a Missouri home with five siblings who didn't always have food, McLemore remembers his mother sometimes had to sell their food stamps to obtain rent money.
Santa Clara Leaders Move Forward WIth Toll Lanes For Busy 101 Stretch
Santa Clara leaders are moving ahead with plans to install toll lanes along the entire length of U.S. 101 from Morgan Hill to the San Mateo County line, with some places getting two lanes.
The Next Big Thing Will Most Likely Not Be Made In America
It is fair to say that we pay pretty close attention to Silicon Valley and Alley.
Stock Downgrades: Goldman No Longer Hearts Hershey's Kisses
Well, that will have had chins-a-wagging in Silicon Valley . Nasdaq arrested its recent tech wreck, ably assisted by strong showings from northern Californian trio Facebook , Yahoo , and Google .
Courthouse News Service
Shareholders Shocked at Marvell Tech Directors
With Marvell Technology Group facing a $1 billion patent infringement judgment, shareholders filed a class action derivative complaint against the company and seven officers and directors.
Wall Street Journal
Homeless Lose a Longtime Last Resort
Fred Smith, in his motor home last month in Palo Alto, Calif., found himself unable to afford his apartment after losing his software-engineering job.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Billionaire Entrepreneur Sues Own Company
Sister companies Optumsoft Inc. and Arista Networks Inc., both founded and backed by Silicon Valley billionaire David Cheriton, shared software in harmony for years under a royalty-free agreement.
McCarthy to open San Jose office, latest in general contractor rush to Silicon Valley
With $1 billion in local projects over the past 20 years, McCarthy Building Companies Inc. isn't exactly a stranger to Silicon Valley.