San Francisco’s Best Startup Neighborhood

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If you have ever lived in San Francisco, you are certainly familiar with how the term “micro-climate” relates to the city’s neighborhoods. You can insert “micro-climate” when talking about which San Francisco neighborhood is the best for working in a startup as well. Each neighborhood has its own distinctive flavor and style, as well as… Read more »

Randi Zuckerberg Can Really Sing And Other Interesting Things I Learned About The Tech Industry At SVRocks

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I didn’t know what to expect when I ponied up the $45 dollar per ticket admission for my wife and I to attend the Silicon Valley Rocks charity concert benefiting Music in Schools Today(MUST).  MUST, which provides music education programs for underserved schools, is a worthy cause in and of itself, and I was truly impressed with… Read more »

eBay, Facebook, Linkedin, Spotify, And Yelp! Join Forces To Bridge The Opportunity Divide

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As unemployment levels across the United States remain high, the focus of many is on a “quick fix” to create jobs. Government officials grapple with interest rates, tax hikes, and trade tariffs to create an environment for job growth. What you don’t hear enough about is addressing the jobs that are going unfilled. In San… Read more »