Stylist Mary Gonsalves Kinney takes a look at Silicon Valley’s drab “geek” style, and offers some hope for a “totally chic” future.
Today we present our 3rd Annual “Bay Area Billionaires” list for 2014, which has grown this year thanks to the thriving tech world and several high-profile IPOs.
The most influential business leader in the world under 40 is Marissa Mayer, according to Fortune Magazine, which has placed her at the top of their annual list of the 40 most influential executives under the age of 40.
The 2013 Build Gala raised $1.5 million, with guests including Marissa Mayer, Jack Dorsey, Aaron Levie, Megan Quinn, and other leaders of San Francisco philanthropy and technology.
On June 23, 2013, http://artsy.net / Artsy.net , the online art genome project, co-curated a cocktail reception with Christie’s at the home of Lucy and Larry Page.
Guests included Sky Dayton, Brian Roberts, and Yves Behar, among others. Lucy Page hosted the event along with Dasha Zhukova and Jim Breyer.
SFLuxe presents a list of the 59 richest households in the San Francisco Bay Area.
We take a look at the top 400 richest people in America and find that over 10 percent of them are here in the San Francisco Bay Area. Here’s the top 47!
Nextdoor is the new social networking site that all your neighbors will be talking about. In San Francisco, they already are.
The new collection by AMI Alexandre Mattiussi was recently shown at Barney’s New York in San Francisco, modeled by young professionals Paul Pelosi, Jr., Alexander Turner and Maximilian Armour.
Here are the seven new titans of tech: Nathan Blecharczyk, Joe Gebbia, Brian Chesky, Charlie Cheever, Mike McCue, Dennis Crowley, Joshua Kushner
Vanity Fair has made it official – San Francisco is the new center of the Universe for power and influence in business.
The 2011 Mid-Winter Gala raised approximately $400,000 for the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
Tipping Point Community, the Bay Area’s leading poverty-fighting organization, raised $6 million during its recently held annual benefit for 2010.