In an ongoing effort to recover from early outrage over its prices, Uber will cut fares in home city of San Francisco by 25 percent over the Memorial Day weekend.
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Rents in San Francisco getting you down? Try living in a 1990 Chevy Conversion van for $520 a month.
Uber is in the midst of a fundraising round that values the company at $1 billion, according to Reuters’ report.
It’s Opening Day for Major League Baseball. San Francisco is home to the defending World Series-champion San Francisco Giants and home to Twitter and, in baseball terms, to Facebook. But the Giants place a mediocre fourth in the social media fandom, according to this infographic from Silverpop.
This data will come to life at Mochi Media’s one-day event, Flash Gaming Summit 5, March 24, 2013 in San Francisco. This conference will be dedicated to fostering the growth and success of today’s game creators and publishers.
Join us at Inside Social Apps Conference & Expo, June 6-7 in San Francisco, for fresh industry insights and an unparalleled opportunity to hone your business strategy and network with hundreds of professionals. Early bird prices end tonight, so register before midnight and save.
Google will build a new 1.1 million-square-foot campus in Mountain View, leaving behind some of the iconic buildings of the Web boom — and some of the pollution from the semiconductor and personal computing origins of Silicon Valley.
It’s Katelyn Bogucki’s job to drum up more demand for Uber’s limo and cab services in San Francisco. Today was a fun day for Katelyn, who got to ride around in a limo with driver Walid and a band called Uke Hammer delivering serenades to (mostly) unsuspecting women.
Riviera Partners, a California-based recruiting service crunched some numbers related to software developers it helped place in Silicon Valley in 2012. The numbers are pretty stunning. A junior-level engineer working in PHP, the least lucrative of the major programming languages, earns $75,000. But just 14 percent of the people benefiting from the tech boom are women.