Mid-Market Businesses Promote Jobs for Locals
| By Ted Andersen | Getting a new job isn’t easy, and even amid a thriving technology industry in San Francisco’s Mid-Market neighborhood, a stark disconnect persists between an underserved […]
A Dying City for Artists?
Mass Eviction in Mid-Market Stokes SF’s Identity Crisis | By Ted Andersen | Tony Breaux isn’t scared of death. A Harlem native born on the 4th of July, the 78-year-old […]
A Code for Employment
Program offers job training, placement in Mid-Market | By Tony Taylor | In an effort to clean up what he calls the “creative economy” of the Tenderloin streets, former-addict-turned-entrepreneur Del […]
Tech in Your Closet? San Francisco Hosts #FashionTechWeek
By Atia Musazay | San Francisco’s fourth annual Tech Fashion Week drew enterprising designers who want to bring Silicon Valley to the runway with wearable innovations like sweaters that […]
What Do Twitter Layoffs Signal for Tech Bubble 3.0?
By Atia Musazay Turmoil at several technology companies is drawing questions about whether Silicon Valley is headed for another bust. In one of the most high profile announcements in October, […]
Tech Companies Look To Bolster Gender, Racial Diversity
The percentage of women working tech jobs in the US greatly lags behind other industries such as education, law and marketing. (Graphic by Leslie Cory Source: US Census/company reports) […]