Media and tech companies had a good showing on Glassdoor’s “Best Places to Work” list. Most employees cite perks like free food, yoga and pinball machines as reasons to stick around.
Want to launch a startup in Silicon Valley? These other options may be a smarter bet.
Twitter buys Android-related startup for undisclosed amount. Study finds using the social network leads to relationship turmoil, including cheating and divorce. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
The New York tech scene, dubbed Silicon Alley, has gotten a lot of PR of late, with hot companies like MakerBot, Tumblr, Etsy and Foursquare and the high-profile venture firm Union Square Ventures. But it wasn’t until today that it produced a billionaire founder.
If public ridicule memes suggest that the sun may soon set on a tech boom, it may be time to sell your stocks. A Tumblr called Jesus Christ, Silicon Valley, is gaining attention after appearing in late March to offer a scathing critique of the oft-attacked Dave Morin.
Benevolent, a crowdfunding site that helps economically needy individuals buy one-time items, is expanding beyond a Chicago beta into several additional markets including Detroit and Silicon Valley.
Collegefeed today launched into a public beta a social network for young job seekers and the companies looking to hire them.
Elevated levels of the chemical TCE were found in recent Environmental Protection Agency tests in two Mountain View, Cal., Google buildings that sit where tech companies had manufacturing operations.
Study the infographic and determine which company you would like to work for based on their perks.
There’s one company NOBODY wants to work for