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Office-As-A-Service RocketSpace Doubles Real Estate To Accomodate Bigger …

Startups around the world are desperate for office space in the San Francisco Bay Area, so tomorrow RocketSpace will announce the lease of a new 50,000 sq. ft. office so it can house startups with up to 60 employees instead … Continue reading

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San Francisco, San Jose team up to keep tech companies

SAN FRANCISCO — For years, as they’ve jockeyed for tech jobs and the cachet that comes with them, San Francisco has touted its cosmopolitan allure, while San Jose has countered with its vast supply of land. Now, in an effort … Continue reading

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Iterations: Lessons We Can Draw From Cherry

Editor’s Note: Semil Shah is a contributor to TechCrunch. You can follow him on Twitter at @semil. Every week, it seems, a new marketplace or services business is born. Some of the hottest companies of 2012 — after photo-sharing apps, … Continue reading

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What San Francisco Real Estate Tells Us About This Technology Boom

Dropbox: The Inside Story Of Tech’s Hottest Startup Victoria Barret Forbes Staff Will Facebook’s IPO Mark The Beginning Of The End? Eric Savitz Forbes Staff Y Combinator Start-Ups: Guess Which Will Be Worth A Billion Nicole Perlroth Forbes Staff Real … Continue reading

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Sri Lankan native is a serial entrepreneur

As is true for many technology-trained immigrants who come to the United States, opportunity beckoned for Saman Dias. She arrived in the Bay Area in 1984 when she was 24 to start a training program for a software program under … Continue reading

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