Congresswoman Anna Eshoo grilled her constituent, Mark Zuckerberg, over his company’s stewardship of Americans’ personal information.
San Jose will lose a bit of its soul when a 106-year-old business closes shop on The Alameda and moves operations to Santa Clara.
The ghosts could just as easily be hiding out at Louis Vuitton at Valley Fair or Gucci at Santana Row.
Brendan Byrne, who died earlier this month at age 93, was one of New Jersey’s last honest governors.
Can San Jose rebuild its iconic light tower, visually brand itself and break the curse of century of mediocre architecture?
Has San Jose’s moment arrived? The city is negotiating a deal to bring Google to downtown and the timing is ripe.
Newly released emails show the SCV Water District and city were communicating well ahead of the flood. Then the communication ended.
It wasn’t Katrina, but officials failed in every way when it came to notifying San Jose residents of flooding—and it could have been a lot worse.
Once a year, Creative Convergence Silicon Valley (C2SV) hosts discussions about the rapid march of technology and related subjects, such as privacy, diversity, gender and economic inclusion.
A new lawsuit alleges that the city of Gilroy broke the law when it approved the annexation of farmland for a planned 4000-home development.