Silicon Valley Has-Beens Strike Back
By Mike Elgan | Article Published September 26, 2012
Yahoo, StumbleUpon and MySpace have been written off as over-the-hill losers. But now they're all fighting back with killer strategies for success.
Tags: Facebook, Google, Yahoo, Silicon Valley, MySpace, StumbleUpon
Why Silicon Valley is the Capital of the World
By Mike Elgan | Article Published March 28, 2012
New York. Beijing. Berlin. London. Palo Alto. Wait, what?
Tags: Google, mobile, Apple, Silicon Valley, technology
Average Silicon Valley Tech Salary Passes $100,000
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published January 24, 2012
Dice.com says the average tech worker in Silicon Valley made $104,195 last year.
Tags: Silicon Valley, IT salaries
From Silicon Valley, A Modest Proposal for Saving America
By Mike Elgan | Article Published August 24, 2011
Older US industries are losing in the new globalized economy, yet Silicon Valley giants like Apple and Google are winning hugely. Why?
Tags: Apple, Silicon Valley, high speed Internet, Google +
How 'Google Circles' Could Beat Facebook
By Mike Elgan | Article Published March 16, 2011
The competition to build the biggest social networking site is far from over.
Tags: Facebook, Google, social networking, Silicon Valley
Why Silicon Valley Never Dies
By Mike Elgan | Article Published December 08, 2010
Silicon Valley is once again on a roll, fueled by its peculiar combination of naked Gold-Rush greed, California optimism and Bay Area anarchy.
Tags: developers, Silicon Valley, venture capital, start-up, VC
Tech Work Pays Best in Bay Area, Seattle Second
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published April 19, 2010
A new analysis shows tech talent can fetch higher paychecks in Northern California, but that difference may be cancelled out by elevated living expenses. So where should you choose to work?
Tags: Amazon, IT Jobs/Salary, IT jobs, IT salary, Silicon Valley
Silicon Valley's 'Tech Innovation Deficit'
By David Needle | Article Published March 07, 2009
At an industry confab, a top Microsoftie and others discuss the withering state of tech development.
Tags: Google, services, Microsoft, IBM, Silicon Valley