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Looking for a new job in 2014? You can't go wrong by starting your search with the 125 Best Places to work in the Bay Area! http://bit.ly/1jdNFyH
Here are 125 Best Places to Work, ranked for 2014, with five categories based on numbers of employees in each company.
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Introducing the 2014 class of Silicon Valley Women of Influence!
The 100 women we’re spotlighting in the 2014 class of the SVBJ’s Women of Influence are remaking business in Silicon Valley.
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The reinvention of Neeru Khosla: http://bizj.us/uu641

“Vinod was providing the things we needed,” she explained. “I said, ‘What can I give?’”
Growing up in India and England, Neeru Khosla wanted to be a doctorn and while her educational foundation has grown during a broader boom in education tech entrepreneurship, she never saw herself as a potential founder.
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The San Jose downtown that may be, from the new urbanists at SPUR: http://bit.ly/1roflZ0
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The top in-house counsel from some of Silicon Valley's most successful companies — including Nest, Tivo, SolarCity, Yahoo and Cupertino Electric — gathered to celebrate. http://bit.ly/1diqz7T
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Long the pastime of Silicon Valley's tech elite, Ultimate is at a crossroads. Will going pro tarnish the game's ideals? http://bizj.us/v8mr3
Ultimate, the flying disc game that spread beyond its hippie roots to become a fixture of Silicon Valley tech culture, counts luminaries like Google Inc. co-founder Sergey Brin, venture capitalist Steve Jurvetson and 500 Startups co-founder Dave McClure. Now Ultimate, which blends egalitarian ideals and tech-culture competitiveness is hitting an existential crossroads.
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Congratulations to these very talented Silicon Valley women venture capitalists!
These women were chosen for their impact on the world of venture capital.
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Ageism in Silicon Valley: 5 telling details | http://bit.ly/1nXQwUr
Botox, laser treatments and a skin-tightening ultrasound treatment called ultherapy are just a few ways middle-aged Silicon Valley techies are trying to make themselves appear ripe during a time when the founder's chair or the engineering department is commonly occupied by 20- to 30-year-olds.
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“The arguments against the minimum wage were about unemployment — that higher wages would cause employers not to hire workers or to lay off workers,” said Ben Field, South Bay AFL-CIO Labor Council executive officer. “We have seen a decrease in unemployment, increased hiring, increased business activity.” http://bizj.us/uoh4b
The Silicon Valley Business Journal examines the real impact of San Jose's $10.15 minimum wage and the questions that linger.
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