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n this photo taken Wednesday, former Navy SEAL Keith David poses in the lobby of his office at Anki in San Francisco. A growing number of U.S. special forces veterans are veering off the traditional path of working for private security firms and law enforcement agencies, and are instead heading into the tech industry. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

From SEALs to startups: Special ops drawn to Silicon Valley

SAN DIEGO — Keith David spent years flying around the globe on…

 

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Intel launches investment fund for minority, women-led firms

Intel is launching a $125 million investment fund for technology startups led…

 

PAUL SAKUMA/AP file photoThe Mayor’s Office Entrepreneurship-in-Residence program — which has been questioned due to the relationship with tech startups — introduced an app for the blind at San Francisco International Airport.

New SFO app for blind travelers born out of controversial city program

A new smartphone app has put San Francisco International Airport at the…

 

COURTESY PHOTOMark Farrell is the only member of the Board of Supervisors who currently holds a job outside of City Hall.

Startups say open data legislation would lead to more innovation

Tech startups are rallying behind proposed open-data legislation that would wrest more…

COURTESY PHOTOMark Farrell is the only member of the Board of Supervisors who currently holds a job outside of City Hall.