The viral video of a shooting in New Zealand offered a grim reminder of tech companies’ vast reach.
Plus: Canada welcomes foreign tech workers, Facebook’s issue of scale, and Kickstarter’s CEO resigns.
If you want to fix San Francisco, don’t blame the NIMBYs — tax the rich, says Berkeley’s Richard Walker
Walker’s latest book is all about "the Dark Side of Prosperity in the San Francisco Bay Area."
The home-rental startup hasn’t raised money in two years, so every piece of information pre-IPO is revealing about the company.
US companies are moving tech jobs to Canada rather than deal with Trump’s immigration policies.
Plus: Facebook can’t find enough local news, a Warner Bros. Studio CEO resigned over a sex scandal, and Myspace may have deleted your garage band tracks from 2005.
Twitter wants to limit snark and get "healthy." So far, it’s gone nowhere.