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Chief Operating Officer Tim Archer will take over as the Fremont semiconductor company's CEO.
The IPO for the ride-sharing company is expected to take place during the first half of 2019.
What are the most-popular dog names this year? Steven Speilberg talks about "Schindler's List" as the movie turns 25. Greenland's ice is melting. Weird animals in Florida.
The Trump Administration has unveiled its proposed changes to the H-1B visa lottery, which would favor applicants with more advanced degrees and change the application process for companies seeking skilled foreign workers.
Ajay Agarwal, one of the firm's managing directors in the Bay Area, talks about investing in the cloud, artificial intelligence and autonomous systems.
In an open letter to Google CEO Sundar Pichai, a group claiming to represent thousands of temporary and contract workers calls for better pay, benefits and respect from the tech titan.
The Trump administration is not attending the two-week meeting without making its policy preferences known. The U.S.
A key British lawmaker alleged Wednesday that Facebook maintained "whitelisting agreements" that gave select companies preferential access to valuable user data, echoing a key claim from an app developer that has been embroiled in a lawsuit with the social network in a California court.
Waymo has beat other companies in charging for an autonomous ride-hailing service -- almost a decade after the Google spinoff began testing self-driving technology.
Pediatricians weigh in on what the best toys are for tots.
Just how much is Netflix spending for one more year of "Friends"? A ten-minute cancer test. Kardashian Christmas card drama. Eddie Murphy's tenth kid.
The annual Glassdoor survey of best companies to work for is out. For 2019, Zoom Video Communications, of San Jose, is the top-ranked Bay Area workplace.
Valley of the Boom explores the dot-com era during Silicon Valley's unprecedented tech boom of the 1990s and subsequent bust. The six-part limited series, tells the wildly true stories of the epic browser wars and the companies that shaped the internet.
Steph Curry disrupted basketball by making seemingly impossible three-point shots look routine. Now the Golden State Warriors guard is looking for disrupters in business as he scouts out new investments off the court.
Question-and-answer site Quora says a security breach impacted 100 million of its users. Data involved included everything from people's names to how they voted on others posts.
Ron Burgundy is coming back next year. Where can you get free cookies today? A turtle with the weight of part of the world on its back. 'Friends' is staying on Netflix.
Plan to increase Coleman to six lanes lacks funding.
Photos, videos and GIFs of genitalia and female nipples, as well as any visual depictions of sex acts, will no longer be allowed on the service as of Dec. 17, the company announced in a change to its terms of service.
Stanford University says it will run on 100 percent renewable energy by 2021 with the launch of its second solar generating plant yesterday.
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