The Keystone project at 491 W. San Carlos St. lies close to Adobe’s headquarters, the Diridon Station and the SAP Center.
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Delmas Park resident Kathy Sutherland is one of the founding members of the just-launched Diridon Area Neighborhood Group (DANG).
Anthony Levandowski faces 33 counts of stealing and attempting to steal proprietary information from his former employers at Google.
Judge Patricia Lucas on Friday threw out the case, which accused city officials of unlawful secrecy in their dealings with Google.
Though there was no ruling Thursday afternoon, the plaintiffs held a presser, addressing a crowd gathered on the outskirts of St. James Park.
The First Amendment Coalition and Working Partnerships want a new jurist to preside over a case involving San Jose’s secret dealings with Google.
Plaintiffs in a lawsuit over San Jose’s secret negotiations with Google are questioning the impartiality of a new judge assigned to the case.
The TECH Fund launched in March of 2017 to provide affordable housing developers the financing needed for potential sites.
In a proposed resolution, they cite concerns about human rights abuses, anticompetitive practices, privacy breaches and illegal location tracking.
Google continues its rapid expansion with a pair of real estate deals that will increase its presence in north San Jose and Mountain View.
As Google moves fast to buy property in and around downtown, the tech giant made an unusual move last month: it sold land.
A man believed to be out for revenge after YouTube censored his video channel was arrested en route to Google’s local headquarters.
Google’s $1 billion purchase of Mountain View’s Shoreline Tech Park marked one of the top commercial real estate deals in the U.S. last year.
Lawmakers grilled the head of one of the most powerful companies in the world in a hearing that was part eye-opening, part cringeworthy.
San Jose has arrived at a fork in the road: we can either tax tech to build homes and transit, or we can recommit to a broken status quo.
It will take years before the tech company realizes its vision for the city’s core. But a key vote this week lays the groundwork.