Despite a depleted police force and rising crime, the council rejected Councilman Ash Kalra’s recommendation to provide neighborhoods with funds to hire private security personnel and deploy other safety measures.
One of the main challenges the Silicon Valley Roller Girls face in 2014 isn’t in the rink — it’s the rink itself. San Jose Skate, the place where they currently practice, will close permanently on June 1.
Every third Friday, hundreds — and sometimes thousands — of participants gather to partake in a cycling tour of San Jose that hopes to shed a new light on the suburban landscape of Silicon Valley’s largest city.
The county has beefed up its efforts to increase and encourage testing by offering free at-home HIV test kits and by refunding a county-funded health center in San Jose.
Q&A with Margret Schmidt — who is vice president of design and engineering at TiVo, Inc. — about her career path and how women might better navigate careers in technology.
Solar companies, like San Jose, Calif.-based SunPower Corp., are tapping into new consumer markets by offering creative financing options that allow customers to lease solar panel systems for their homes.
The San Jose-based company beat analysts’ expectations for revenue in the fiscal fourth quarter ended Jan. 31 and nabbed the most subscription additions the company has seen since 2005.
The city has set an ambitious goal to reuse 100 percent of its wastewater by 2022, and officials say the current drought highlights the need to look at long-term water supply challenges.
Articles and multimedia from Peninsula Press staff about Joint Venture Silicon Valley’s 2014 State of the Valley Conference. Topics include income inequality, investment, society, education and gender.