Discussing Apple's new San Francisco flagship store with Jan Kniffen, CNBC Contributor and J. Rogers Kniffen Worldwide CEO; Jessica Lessin, CEO of The Information; and CNBC's Jon Fortt.
Corvex Management disclosed on Monday that it owns 9.9 percent of Pandora Media and urged the company to explore a sale.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports from San Francisco about the trend of cities aiming for 100% renewable energy use.
UPS is backing a start-up using drones in Rwanda to transport life-saving blood supplies and vaccines.
Two major auto-centric companies are teaming up to change the way we use taxis, reports The Wall Street Journal.
The limited-time offering features fries tossed with garlic, olive oil, parmesan cheese and parsley.
A new survey shows a third of residents in the San Francisco are would leave due to high housing costs and traffic.
CBS's executives are considering how they can gain more control over the broadcaster after Sumner Redstone dies, or if he is declared incompetent.
The Apple employee found dead at the company's California headquarters died of a self-inflicted gunshot to the head, police said on Thursday.
Mike Judge, co-creator of HBO’s "Silicon Valley," describes two main types of characters on the show, which enters its third season on Sunday.
CNBC's Susan Li reports that shares in SolarCity are rising thanks to new solar panel legislation in San Francisco.
As more and more states legalize marijuana, banks are caught between serving pot businesses and federal law.
AstraZeneca has held internal talks about a bid for cancer treatment maker Medivation but has yet to make a formal offer, the Sunday Times reported.
Re/code Executive Editor Kara Swisher talks about the White House taking on the cable box, Microsoft suing the Justice Department and her political ambitions.
The Californian city's Board of Supervisors passed the law to cover mothers, fathers, adoptive parents, and same-sex couples, NBC reports.
The battle cry for rent control in the Bay Area is getting louder.
The city will give new mothers and fathers six weeks of paid leave after a birth or adoption.
San Francisco became the first U.S. city to mandate six weeks of fully paid parental leave, requiring employers to shoulder much of the cost.
The Silicon Valley-Israel technology connection has been building for decades, and now it’s possible to get a direct flight from San Francisco to Tel Aviv.
United Airlines 954 is the first non-stop flight from San Francisco to Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion airport.