When SolarCity bought investment platform Common Assets, some analysts began to wonder: why would a solar installation company with investors like Draper Fisher Jurvetson turn to crowdfunding?
The San Mateo-based solar installation company on Monday announced its plans to review its fiscal earnings, beginning with the first quarter of 2012, after an auditing error was discovered this past week.
As the West Coast’s largest indoor arts and crafts show, the Harvest Festival featured over 250 artisans, as well as live music and comedy.
By 2030, almost a quarter of San Mateo County’s population is expected to be older than 65. San Mateo city officials are exploring how to address housing affordability for an aging demographic.
Parcel taxes and bond measures will be decided in San Mateo’s municipal election on Nov. 5, while infrastructure issues and business concerns are the focus of the city council elections.
A San Mateo park turned into a data hub, as smartphone-wielding citizen scientists converged in a frenzy of knowledge gathering.
San Mateo city officials say they want to support local businesses whenever possible. When it came to awarding a recent contract, however, factors other than proximity came into play.
The Moveable Feast monthly food truck showcase kicks off its summer season in San Mateo Friday.
Food trucks are rolling into parking lots and plazas across San Francisco and the Peninsula in increasing numbers. They are growing in popularity, but some brick-and-mortar restaurants say they are hurting business.