Most San Francisco residents view technology companies as a benefit for their city and say the government should continue to court them, even though the boom threatens community diversity, according to a survey released today.
The blue-chip political investment for big business is Clinton Inc.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc., which wagered more than $300 billion last year on things like yen rates and bond spreads, just laid down a bet that guys like Nelson “Johnny” Aguilar can stay out of jail.
London’s technology industry needs more engineers, better access to venture capital and faster Internet access to support continued growth, according to a Boston Consulting Group report.
Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete today said his government needs more help to combat one of the world’s highest rates of maternal deaths and meet a goal set by the United Nations.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is offering $9 million in prizes to U.S. cities through his charitable foundation in a competition for ideas that local governments can use to solve problems.