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FitBit considering sale to investment bank: Report

San Francisco-based wearable device maker Fitbit Inc has been communicating with an investment bank regarding a sale, Reuters reported Friday. Qatalyst has been seeking to persuade Fitbit to conside…
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Prepare your taste buds — the flavors at Levi's Stadium are about to get a little more complex

Thirteen new food “concepts” will debut Sunday at Levi’s Stadium when the San Francisco 49ers play the home opener of their sixth season in Santa Clara. Many of the concepts will be branches of Bay …
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Class-action suits filed against California company involved in MyPayrollHR fallout

Two class-action lawsuits have been filed against Cachet Financial Services, the third-party processor that handled payroll direct deposits for MyPayrollHR. A Los Angeles-based law firm — Arias San…
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Former Century 24 dome site could have a healthy future

A new neighbor could be coming along for Santana Row and the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, in the form of a brand-new fitness facility. The Mercury News reports that a two-story, 38,000-squa…
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Inside the biggest modular housing factory on the West Coast

Factory OS barely started up its assembly line last year and already plans to increase production fivefold.
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The Funded: Four Bay Area unicorns raise big rounds, one plans IPO next year

As this week's Business Journal cover story about the explosion of Bay Area unicorns this year was being delivered to subscribers, several members of the herd made news. San Francisco-based Airbnb I…
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Marketo CEO steps down a year after Adobe acquisition

Former Marketo CEO Steve Lucas is stepping down a year after the company was acquired by Adobe Inc. — and days after top Adobe executives said they had merged Marketo and Magento in order to better t…
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Google claims to have reached quantum supremacy

Google claims to have built the first quantum computer that can carry out calculations beyond the ability of today’s most powerful supercomputers, a landmark moment that has been hotly anticipated by…
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Here are the 30 new unicorns born in the Bay Area this year

The herd of venture-backed unicorn companies in the Bay Area has grown to 109, with 30 new ones joining so far this year. One of them, The RealReal Inc., actually went public just a few months after…
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Secret FBI subpoenas scoop up personal data from scores of companies

Records show how far beyond Silicon Valley the FBI's efforts extend — encompassing scores of banks, credit agencies, cellphone carriers and even universities.
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News - Brighter Futures at Any Age

Once again we are pleased to feature the work of another of our “partners” — that is, another organization that shares our commitment and dedication to addressing senior hunger in an effort to improv…
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A transformation of San Jose begins with the CityView deal

After San Jose's CityView Plaza was sold for $283.5 million to the prolific San Francisco-based developer in summer 2018, the 575,000-square-foot site is now set to be demolished and built into a new…
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Santa Clara Square’s connectivity creates a village of its own

Santa Clara Square is a colossal example of just how far developers can go to accommodate the ever-fluid hours and locations of working lives in the Bay Area.
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Hunter Storm’s lucky path stretches through Silicon Valley

The company’s three major current projects — Coleman Highline in Santa Clara and San Jose, Gateway Crossings in Santa Clara, and CityLine Sunnyvale — aim to redevelop almost 100 acres in the heart of…
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This duo has a singular focus on San Jose

Gary Dillabough and Jeff Arrillaga are far from your typical real estate developers and dealmakers.
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