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The post Soggy In San Francisco appeared first on Feld Thoughts. I arrived this morning to a downpour and a city that feels exceedingly waterlogged. As things unfold, I’m calmly pondering the next 20 years as I put the final touches on a presentation for a talk at the Greenspring Associates annual meeting later this week.

10 Fastest-Growing Companies in San Francisco

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Think you know San Francisco? Get familiar with this year''s fastest-growing Bay Area companies

RideScout Expands to San Francisco

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RideScout, an app that helps people find transportation, announced it is expanding to the San Francisco area. Austin RideScout San Francisco

An honest guide to the San Francisco startup life

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I moved to San Francisco two years ago to work for a startup called Padlet. Entrepreneur San Francisco startup

Austin in San Francisco

A Smart Bear: Startups and Marketing for Geeks

So when Austin said he wanted to move to San Francisco from eponymous Austin (Texas), supporting his move was a no-brainer. Bueller?

The Surprizingly Positive Effect Of San Francisco's Tech Boom

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Creating big opportunities for small businesses

5 San Francisco Companies Disrupting Entire Industries

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I don''t buy hotel rooms in advance anymore. I don''t drive my own car. There''s just no need. Technology has disrupted those industries and more is on the way

San Francisco CEO Calls Rural Americans Racist; Institutes Xenophobic Hiring Rule

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Gnip is Hiring In San Francisco

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Many of Gnip ‘s customers and partners are in the bay area and they have decided to begin adding people in San Francisco to better support those clients. They’ve just posted their first position in San Francisco to help manage and grow existing customers. Jobs gnip san francisco

A Legal Hurdle Is Keeping Uber Drivers Out of San Francisco

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Leadership Lessons From the San Francisco Giants

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How did the San Francisco Giants win? The same way your company can. Here are 7 lessons. In short, it was all about Barry.

How San Francisco's New Parental Leave Policy Will Impact Startups

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San Francisco this week became the first U.S.city to require fully-paid parental leave.

The Brilliant Way One San Francisco Man Got His Resume To Be Seen

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Sometimes, you have to use your ingenuity

The 7 Easiest Cities to Get Your Start-up Funded (That Aren't San Francisco)

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Crunching investment data reveals which cities (outside the Bar Area) are on the rise as start-up hubs

San Francisco Places New Restrictions on Airbnb

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Here Are the 10 Fastest-Growing Women-Led Companies in San Francisco

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The Bay Area is proving to be a choice haven for the female founders of these Inc. 5000 companies

HAXLR8R In San Francisco For Their Demo Day on June 18th

Feld Thoughts

Following is a guest post from Cyril about the program along with a link to their Demo Day event in San Francisco on June 18th. The HAXLR8R team will hit San Francisco on June 18th for their Demo Day , which will be hosted at Autodesk on Embarcadero. I love software wrapped in plastic. Kickstarter), communities (e.g.

Lessonplaceholders from the Ransomware Attack on San Francisco's Public Transportation

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Here are 5 important lessons for everyone from the ransomware attack that disrupted all ticketing for the San Francisco light rail

10 San Francisco Companies That Are Growing Like Crazy

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Meet the Bay Area's private companies boasting the highest growth in revenue, employees and clout

San Francisco Sees Influx of New Tech Jobs

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By comparison, The San Francisco Chronicle recently reported that the number of tech jobs grew by less than 5,000 positions between 2008 and 2011.

Meet The Founders Who Grow the Mother of All (San Francisco) Pot Plants

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Dark Heart Nursery, created in 2007, supplies the medical market with high quality mother plants for the area's dispensaries

My "Aha" Moment in San Francisco

Growthink Blog

This weekend I had the very good fortune to attend Ryan Deis and Perry Belcher's Traffic and Conversion Summit in downtown San Francisco.

Tech Icon Kara Swisher Running for Mayor of San Francisco - But Not Until 2023

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Why San Francisco's New Pro Soccer Team Thinks Like a Startup

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Founded and funded by Silicon Valley veterans, the Deltas hope to be the most innovative club in the world's most popular sport

Uber's New San Francisco Headquarters to Ditch the Open Floor Plan

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The ride-hailing startup's new and improved headquarters will be designed so that employees feel like they're part of a team, not a "cog in the wheel

In San Francisco, Employees of Unicorns Pay Half Their Rent to Live Near Work

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A recent study shows that six-figure salaries won't save you from spending half your income on rent in the notoriously expensive city by the Bay

San Francisco to Entrepreneurs: Solve Our City's Problems

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Get San Francisco''s brightest to work on the city''s gnarliest problems. The city launches a new entrepreneur-in-residence program.

The Hypocrisy of Airbnb's Lawsuit Against San Francisco

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San Francisco Is Losing Its Luster for Top Tech Talent

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A recent study shows a spike in the percentage of tech workers looking to relocate to New York City, where many of them lived previously

San Francisco Secures More VC Funding Than Any Other U.S. City, and It Isn't Even Close

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A new report reveals some interesting trends in the cities that are pulling in the most venture capital

Twitter's IPO Sparks Protest in San Francisco

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At the same time, 3,000 miles away in San Francisco, a group of 20 protesters rallied outside of the social media giant ’s headquarters.

Coming to San Francisco from July 31st to August 3rd

Instigator Blog

It’s been awhile, but I’m heading to San Francisco on July 31st (Sunday) and leaving August 3rd (Wednesday) on a red eye. I’ll be in town for a few things including a Localmind board meeting. Monday is going to be a busy day, and I’m booked Tuesday morning, but Tuesday afternoon and all day Wednesday are open.

This Startup Just Launched Nearly 100 Satellites So It Can Photograph the Entire World Every Day

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San Francisco-based Planet Labs says it now has the largest satellite fleet ever

Airbnb Pays Millions in Back Taxes to San Francisco

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The total was estimated as being as much as $25 million

The Tech Industry's Silent Fight Over San Francisco's Proposed 'Tech Tax'

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The tech industry is doing its best to fight a proposed tax in San Francisco all while keeping at arm's length from the matter

San Francisco Is the Best (and Most Inexpensive) City to Celebrate Valentine's Day

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Small retailers can expect to score bigsales this year. Americans are expected to spend up to arecord$19.7 billion on Valentine's Day.

Hit Me: Inside San Francisco's Founders Fight Club

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Scenes from Michael the Boxer, the San Francisco gym where the technorati go for a bloody good workout. I didn''t expect that." he says.

Tour the Google Ventures war room in San Francisco

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Here’s a look at our war room in San Francisco. Design

The Techie Image Problem Isn't Just San Francisco's Issue

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And this isn''t just San Francisco''s problem, he argues. Is a company responsible for the off-hours behavior of its employees?

Elon Musk's Hyperloop Can Get You From LA To San Francisco In 30 Minutes

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The Hyperloop would get people to Los Angeles from San Francisco in 30 minutes. But it can be real. He has not written us back.