Lawmakers grilled the head of one of the most powerful companies in the world in a hearing that was part eye-opening, part cringeworthy.
San Jose has arrived at a fork in the road: we can either tax tech to build homes and transit, or we can recommit to a broken status quo.
Google forked over $1 billion for a business park in Mountain View, making it by far the biggest real estate buy in the Bay Area this year.
What would’ve been a routine nomination erupted into a political brawl between county Assessor Larry Stone and Supervisor Dave Cortese.
The retro sign at the first-ever Orchard Supply Hardware store in San Jose vanished, prompting outcry from preservationists.
Google has been expanding its reach in San Jose beyond the scope of its planned headquarters in downtown.
The repeal of net neutrality threatens to end the democratic internet, which aided in the creation of the technologies that we know and love.
San Jose Councilman Sergio Jimenez says the group advising the Google development must reflect a broad cross-section of the community.
San Jose Councilman Johnny Khamis wants to take back a vote to expand the scope of a hotly debated 30-plus-member advisory board.
And we thought 2016 was bad. The last 12 months have been record setting in all the wrong ways. Take a quick look back and then move on.