Box Inc., the cloud-storage provider that filed for an initial public offering earlier this year, is in talks to raise about $100 million at a valuation of at least $2 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.
In Silicon Valley, Bullis elementary school accepts one in six kindergarten applicants, offers Chinese and asks families to donate $5,000 per child each year. Parents include Ken Moore, son of Intel Corp.’s co-founder, and Steven Kirsch, inventor of the optical mouse.
Steve Jobs, who built the world’s most valuable technology company by creating devices that changed how people use electronics and revolutionized the computer, music and mobile-phone industries, died. He was 56.
Box Inc., the cloud-storage provider that filed for an initial public offering last month, is waiting until the market improves before kicking off a promotional tour, people familiar with the matter said.
California’s Santa Clara County, the heart of Silicon Valley and home to two of the three most valuable companies in the world, has a shortage of almost 54,000 affordable housing units to shelter its lowest-income workers.