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Silicon Valley titan Intel has long pushed boundaries in technology and innovation, and the same goes for its efforts in the CSR arena.
You would not intuitively place Starbucks and mid-century architecture in the same sentence, but occasionally the coffee giant genuinely blends in well within neighborhoods outside of its Seattle base.
Joseph Eichler and his homes still strut and thrive throughout California, and that is true in Silicon Valley. Among the 11,000 or so homes built that carry his design, Eichler homes, or “Eichlers,” are still in demand by Silicon Valley homeowners.
In the Cupertino High School parking lot lies a solar panel array that turns the 53-year-old school into a small energy hub.
GreenGoPost is now based in hometown, Silicon Valley (San Jose). Los Angeles has served me well for several years, but I have decided to pursue opportunities up north. After freelancing and working on many exciting and challenging projects the past few years, I have decided what is available in the Bay Area is more aligned with my long term goals.
If Steve Jobs and the city of Cupertino can agree, Apple Inc. will build a new futuristic Silicon Valley campus and move into the new digs in 2015.
Intel and Apple have stopped purchasing minerals from central Africa, which has transformed a voluntary program to what the president of an exporter association in Congo called “an embargo.”
Yardsellr, founded by Danny Leffel, uses the most recent social media tools to take users almost back to the good old days of flea markets and garage sales, where buyers and sellers could banter and talk about what was for sale.
Yes, the holidays--not that the election is over, it is time to think about what you are going to buy online on Cyber Monday, unless of course you plan on waking up at 1 a.m. on Black Friday to snag that cheap flat-screen TV or laptop. Well, if you plan to give presents as part of a group, eBay may just have the solution for you.
Al Gore has plenty of critics—I liked him more when he first ran for President in 1988 when he was barely of the age that qualified him to hold the nation’s highest office. His 150 second video gets straight to the point, and I suggest you watch it and vote No on Prop 23.
"It's about seeing the world as what it can be and not what it is." - K.R. Sridhar, founder and CEO of Bloom Energy. I have just returned from Brazil, functioning on two nights of little sleep, but I cannot restrain myself ...
Recently I attended a "green" event in a certain neighborhood in Los Angeles. The gathering started on a dubious note. I had skipped the raw vegan dinner, which I suppose could have been appetizing. But when I showed up, I ...