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Theranos grabs another big board name in former Sen. Bill Frist

Theranos Inc. — the little-known diagnostics company with a who's-who board — added former Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist as a director, the company said Wednesday. Frist joins a board that already includes [Read entire story]

Theranos grabs another big board name in former Sen. Bill Frist

Theranos grabs another big board name in former Sen. Bill Frist

Theranos Inc. — the little-known diagnostics company with a who's-who board — added former Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist as a director, the company said Wednesday. Frist joins a board that already includes [Read entire story]

Theranos grabs another big board name in former Sen. Bill Frist

Theranos Inc. — the little-known diagnostics company with a who's-who board — added former Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist as a director, the company said Wednesday. Frist joins a board that already includes [Read entire story]

Iconic Therapeutics snags $20 million, eyes challenge to Genentech

Iconic Therapeutics Inc. pulled in $20 million in venture capital as it preps to move from Atlanta to South San Francisco this year and take on Genentech Inc. with a potential new treatment for a blinding eye [Read entire story]

Iconic Therapeutics snags $20 million, eyes challenge to Genentech

Iconic Therapeutics snags $20 million, eyes challenge to Genentech

Iconic Therapeutics Inc. pulled in $20 million in venture capital as it preps to move from Atlanta to South San Francisco this year and take on Genentech Inc. with a potential new treatment for a blinding eye [Read entire story]

Iconic Therapeutics snags $20 million, eyes challenge to Genentech

Iconic Therapeutics Inc. pulled in $20 million in venture capital as it preps to move from Atlanta to South San Francisco this year and take on Genentech Inc. with a potential new treatment for a blinding eye [Read entire story]

Silk Road Medical seeks a shorter path to prevent strokes

When Erica Rogers left the vascular business in 1999, carotid artery stenting was The Next Big Thing for interventional cardiologists. It only made sense, since as many as half of all strokes are caused by a narrowing of [Read entire story]

Silk Road Medical seeks a shorter path to prevent strokes

Silk Road Medical seeks a shorter path to prevent strokes

When Erica Rogers left the vascular business in 1999, carotid artery stenting was The Next Big Thing for interventional cardiologists. It only made sense, since as many as half of all strokes are caused by a narrowing of [Read entire story]

Velodyne builds boats that tame waves, and seasickness

Dave Hall wanted to get into boating because both his father and grandfather were avid boaters, but unfortunately he is prone to seasickness. So Hall, an engineer who founded Velodyne Acoustics, a roughly 100-person [Read entire story]

SF Workers Protest Tax Exemptions for Tech Companies

SF Workers Protest Tax Exemptions for Tech Companies

Hundreds of San Francisco union workers took to the streets on tax day to protest the city’s three-year old payroll tax exemptions that have lured more than a dozen tech companies, including Twitter, to...Photo Credit: [Read entire story]

Protesters Descend on Apple Store, Decry Offshore Earnings

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SF Workers Protest Tax Exemptions for Tech Companies

Hundreds of San Francisco union workers took to the streets on tax day to protest the city’s three-year old payroll tax exemptions that have lured more than a dozen tech companies, including Twitter, to the [Read entire story]

Public-private shield needed against hackers, Tom Ridge says

The threat cyberwarfare poses to the American economy demands a far more coordinated response from government and the private sector, former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge said Tuesday. Ridge said many corporate [Read entire story]

AngelList’s new fund could lead to big shift in venture capital

On Tuesday, AngelList announced the creation of Maiden Lane, a new fund that allows institutional investors to invest in the so-called angel investors who independently put their own wealth into nascent startups - [Read entire story]

Intel Reports Lower 1Q Net Income, Higher Revenue

SANTA CLARA (CBS / AP) — Intel’s earnings fell in the first three months of the year amid a continued slump in the worldwide PC market, but revenue grew slightly because of solid demand for tablet processors [Read entire story]

After Recent Record Highs, Investor Sentiment On Tech Goes From Giddy To Glum

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS / AP) — The stock market’s laws of gravity are ravaging its highest fliers. Just look at the list of technology trailblazers whose values have plummeted from record highs during the past few [Read entire story]

Protesters call on Apple to pay more taxes on overseas funds

Protesters dressed in the recognizable blue T-shirts of Apple Store employees marched in front of the electronics giant's Union Square shop Tuesday morning, calling for Apple to pay taxes on the billions of dollars the [Read entire story]

Protesters call on Apple to pay more taxes on overseas funds

Protesters dressed in the recognizable blue T-shirts of Apple Store employees marched in front of the electronics giant's Union Square shop Tuesday morning, calling for Apple to pay taxes on the billions of dollars the [Read entire story]

US Airways Tweets Pornographic Image; Social Media Gaffe Goes Viral

TEMPE, Arizona (CBS SF) — A major social media gaffe by US Airways involving a pornographic image is turning into a viral nightmare for the company. In response to a customer who complained about a flight delay, [Read entire story]

Coming soon: A brand-new Business Times

Coming soon: A brand-new Business Times

This week, exciting changes are coming for San Francisco Business Times readers, both online and in print. Friday April 18 marks the debut of our comprehensively redesigned Weekly Edition, including a new red masthead. [Read entire story]