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A fashion exhibit in New York is a reminder of how strict dress codes and even uniforms are, for the most part, on their last legs, and that is a plus for a more amiable work environment.
Startups with dubious business models and sketchy revenue streams are nudging the Silicon Valley economy close to the edge of a cliff.
Last week, Ford formed a new subsidiary, Ford Smart Mobility LLC, which will develop and invest in new mobility services for automobiles.
Joseph Eichler built more than 11,000 mid-century homes, most of which are in Northern California. Now Eichler homes are making a comeback, and the first new ones built in 40 years have opened in Palm Springs -- with an eco twist.
Yet another alternative meat startup, Memphis Meats, is doubling down on meat products cultivated in the laboratory instead of the factory farm. Its products based on beef, pork and chicken will be available within five years.
Google and Ford are close to creating a joint venture to develop and manufacture cars that will use Google’s driverless technology.
A new report issued by CDP and the Climate Group reveals that many companies and governments are already preparing for a low-carbon economy.
The future of water in California, the United States, and really the world, is in toilet-to-tap, otherwise known as water recycling. Yes, as in all that shower, sink and toilet water.
SAP's latest integrated report tracks its longstanding initiatives on sustainability, social programs and financial performance.
Google has proposed a new campus and is offering Mountain View US$200 million in infrastructure and public benefits. But some locals are dubious.
One 12-year-old girl, writing in an op-ed, shows how bias against women in the tech sector is even showing up in gaming apps available in Apple’s App Store.
Adobe recently released its most recent corporate responsibility report, which focuses on youth programs and social impact.