Santa Clara County’s district attorney is asking law enforcement authorities to hold some immigrants so that federal officials can decide whether to deport them.
Entrepreneurs and established Silicon Valley businesses are cautiously hopeful about the benefits of a new U.S. Patent Office, scheduled to open here this spring. View the Video.
A Bay Area developer is searching for a location for a year-round ski park that uses a turf-like surface to mimic powdery conditions. Many area skiers and snowboarders who are sick of driving three hours to Tahoe are anxious to see it get built.
From UC Santa Cruz to city officials – it seems everyone in Santa Cruz wants to be considered an official part of Silicon Valley.
Close to 200 students packed a Stanford Entrepreneurship Week event focusing on how non-citizens attending U.S. colleges can navigate the immigration system once they start a company.
For decades, Silicon Valley has drawn foreign innovators and engineers from around the world. But some in the startup community say restrictive national immigration policies may drive some of the valley’s talent pool away.
Yesterday marked the start of the Chinese Year of the Snake, and the Asian Cultural Dance Troupe from North San Jose’s Orchard School performed a traditional lion dance.
At Friday’s Joint Venture Silicon Valley Conference, Tim O’Reilly explains how business leaders and governments could better work together in the online information and big-data age.
Jive, a Palo Alto business software company, which went public a year ago, posted better than expected fourth quarter and year-end earnings on Tuesday.