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Ed Oates was one of Oracle's three original co-founders, but he left the company back in 1996. Now, he's selling his home, "Portola Valley Haven."
Apple has been quietly but seriously working on its own self-driving cars, too.
Bill Gates says today’s big tech companies have learned from Microsoft’s mistakes in its big antitrust battle
Bill Gates says tech companies like Google and Facebook are "very engaged" when it comes to working with the government.
Apple CEO Tim Cook gave the commencement speech at Stanford University and Tulane University this year. Here's his best advice for college graduates.
Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield is newly engaged to a woman who runs a $1.4 billion startup. Inside the relationship of Silicon Valley’s newest ...
Stewart Butterfield and Jen Rubio are Silicon Valley's newest power couple. Following a joke Twitter proposal, the pair is now officially engaged.
One of the most influential VCs in Silicon Valley told startups to ‘call Morgan Stanley’ after Slack’s successful direct listing
"If your company is interested in a direct-listing, recommend you call Morgan Stanley," Gurley said in an unconventional tweet for a VC.
Gen Z employees in the San Francisco Bay Area have the highest salaries for 12 out of the 15 tech jobs listed.
The developer of NYC’s newest and most expensive neighborhood is pouring $8 billion into building the ‘Hudson Yards of the West’ in ...
The finished development will sit adjacent to Levi's Stadium — home to the San Francisco 49ers — and span a total of 9.2 million square feet.
A controversial startup that charges $8,000 to fill your veins with young blood and halted operations after an FDA warning now says it’s back up...
The startup, called Ambrosia, offers to rejuvenate people with infusions of young blood. It's emailing potential customers once again.
Tim Cook learned the ‘visceral difference between preparation and readiness’ after taking over Apple for Steve Jobs, and it’s life a...
Apple's CEO stressed the "visceral difference between preparation and readiness," saying that "you'll never be ready. But you're not supposed to be."