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In a major turnabout, Exact Sciences Corp. is withdrawing from the massive Judge Doyle Square project south of Capitol Square and now intends to expand at the University Research Park on the West Side, company officials announced Monday. JDS Development, which had been spearheading the $200...

SAN FRANCISCO — Marco Zappacosta runs an Internet start-up called Thumbtack that matches plumbers, yoga instructors and other workers with jobs, putting him in the middle of what is called the “gig economy.” Now, that position has made him in demand with a group of...

Mandy Edwards, CIO of CBRE, on how data can turn IT on its head. As CIO of CBRE, Mandy Edwards works to identify technology initiatives that support the company's most significant global priorities. Edwards has more than 25 years of progressive experience in IT and...

In the summer of 1994, Jaap Haartsen started worked on what would become a ubiquitous and essential technology — Bluetooth. The 31-year-old Dutch engineer was living in Sweden and working for Ericsson. He never worked weekends, or more than 40 hours a week. He had a...

Now that Ethereum Frontier has launched, the only thing between us and cyber-utopia is an app. Not just any app–but a P2P blockchain app that makes normal people lots of money. And before that, we need an anti-hero willing to do the work of building...

For the last year, Google’s work force has increasingly been under attack from a herd of unicorns. The unicorns, a class of hot start-ups valued at $1 billion or more, are all aggressively pursuing the best and brightest minds in Silicon Valley with promises of talked-about...