A ban on disruptive parking apps in San Francisco is about municipalities controlling parking environments as part of their wider public policy objectives, says Cherrie Fuzell, CEO of Parkmobile.
Soccer fans are gathering today to cheer on their teams during the World Cup. Google employees are also watching, but for work.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports from San Francisco where one of the biggest gay pride parades is taking place. Apple and Google are among the big tech companies participating.
With the 44th annual Pride Parade in San Francisco this weekend, CNBC's Josh Lipton takes a look at the big tech companies supporting the LGBT community.
A few U.S. entrepreneurs are offering a real-world version of a video game in which players solve puzzles together to escape a room within an hour.
If there's a poster child for the sharing economy—both in popularity and controversy—taxi app Uber, valued at $17 billion, is hard to beat.
Over 3 million developers are using GitHub, a site that allows software coders to collaborate over the Internet easily and in real time.
With AngelList, entrepreneurs wary of venture capital have a new way to transition their ideas all the way from start-up to stock offering.
TV spots for detergents and cars may be a thing of the past if BrightRoll connects more websites and companies in deals for digital ads.
Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington are the cities still in the running for a possible U.S. bid to host the 2024 Summer Olympics.
Zynga shares are down more than 21 percent, but that didn't stop the company's board from approving CEO Don Mattrick $57,814,391 pay package.
Starting Sunday, JetBlue will offer business-class seats from $599 on its Los Angeles to New York route.
After hackers played several high-profile pranks with electronic highway signs, the U.S. government advised operators to tighten security.
Passengers using one of the taxi disruptor companies may not be covered by insurance if the driver gets in a wreck, some states advise.
BofA could pay over $12 billion to settle probes into the bank's alleged handling of shoddy mortgages, the Wall Street Journal said.
Airbnb is encouraging hosts to throw fee-based dinners for strangers as part of a new pilot program in its home city, San Francisco.
CNBC's Robert Frank discusses Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife's $120 million donation to Bay Area schools, and whether it will be different than his Newark mistake.
New analysis shows that renting may prove to be a better decision than buying in major markets as prices rise and bargains disappear. The NYT reports.
Even though Apple's WWD conference is almost never about new products, the rumor mill has been churning heavily about this year's event.
Google is amassing cash overseas to help finance a foreign shopping spree that could cost the Internet company up to $30 billion.