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UC Berkeley engineering professors Ashok Gadgil and Boris Rubinsky were elected as 2023 fellows of the National Academy of Inventors for their contributions to technology and society.
The U.S. Missile Defense Agency conducted a ground-based interceptor missile test, visible from the San Francisco Bay Area, launched from Vandenberg Space Force Base.
Topcon Positioning unveils global sustainability team led by VP Michael Gomes, championing eco-friendly tech.
Harvard and UC Berkeley launch a study on psychedelics cultural impact.
Veev faces shutdown risk as funding falls through, impacting 255 workers.
Ameresco to construct a 50-MW battery energy storage system for Silicon Valley Power, boosting renewable electricity and reducing fossil fuel reliance.
Cruise CEO Kyle Vogt resigns after a decade, amidst recent challenges and setbacks including operational pausing and staff layoffs.
Google co-founder initiates Pathfinder 1, a sustainable experimental airship set to revolutionize aviation and aid humanitarian pursuits.
Nextdoor plans to cut its workforce by roughly 200 employees as it faces ongoing profitability problems, despite userbase and revenue growth.
Tech firm Block to cut 1,000 jobs to keep employee count below 12,000 in alignment with business growth strategy.
WeWork files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, planning to abandon seven Bay Area leases as part of restructuring efforts to strengthen finances.
Lumenous sues former Chinese partners for allegedly stealing trade secrets, assets, and employees, forming a new company on stolen IP.
Expensify Lounge, a lavish San Francisco co-work space, will close as the company affirms that the office is dead and focuses on remote work benefits.