A key takeaway for entrepreneurs from this year's Thrival: Find out who you're creating for, then have the AI go and hang out with them.
The program is looking to expand the city's tech and research industry, and the additional jobs it can bring, beyond just Oakland.
The Pittsburgh fashion designer loves her new home: “I've always known that my dream would be to be able to manufacture and retail all in one space."
The UpPrize competition, which has awarded more than $2 million since launching, supports projects that use tech to address critical community needs.
For the first time ever, the list recognizes achievements in AI and robotics.
Consumers love to buy local. But with market forces favoring large chains, community grocery stores must leverage their personal touch.
The start-up incubator has invested in more than 350 local businesses.
“How do we ensure the success of small businesses as a part of a world driven by big business?” asked Mayor Peduto at the event.
Thread International moves to Homewood, employs locals and launches its own line of recycled backpacks
Thread's new bags, their first item produced without partnering with a major retailer, will be assembled at their new workshop in Homewood.
Turns out that MSA's self-contained breathing gear allowed the Wild Boars soccer team to safely navigate the flooded caves and reach safety.