(Dai Sugano/Bay Area News Group)
Facebook's green roof mirrors company's workplace culture

The 9 acres atop of the tech firm's new Frank Gehry-designed building across from its main headquarters are filled with a plethora of native trees and flowers, lawn furniture, white boards, viewing decks and a half-mile walking trail overlooking the city's marshlands. 
Sedgwick Law Firm
Michael Bernick, currently an attorney with the Sedgwick law firm in San Francisco and a fellow for employment policy with the Milken Institute in Los Angeles, says challenges confront adults with autism but they can be overcome.  
(Damian Dovarganes/AP file photo)
Wolverton: We actually do care about online privacy

When it comes to American views on privacy and security, Silicon Valley got a wake-up call Wednesday with new evidence that most people distrust companies with their personal information. Here's hoping the tech industry heeds it. 
(Kristopher Skinner/Bay Area News Group)
Q&A: Carol J. Galante, on affordable housing

Now on faculty at UC Berkeley, Carol J. Galante's new charge is the formation of a housing center to serve as laboratory and catalyst for innovations in housing affordability in California and the rest of the nation.
(Andrew Caballero-Reynolds, AFP / Getty)
Contract workers struggle in on-demand economy

A report released Wednesday about on-demand tech companies reveals that while valuations and profits of these companies are soaring, few benefits are trickling down to the laborers, creating a workforce that lacks the security of employee benefits and struggles with financial uncertainty. 

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05/26/2015 08:29 AM PDT - Delta Airlines has added a daily nonstop flight between Atlanta and Oakland, according to the Oakland International Airport.  
05/26/2015 05:40 AM PDT - The Garden Grove firm that operates as Lee's Sandwiches is recalling 213,192 pounds of chicken, beef and pork products that federal food safety inspectors say had falsely received a USDA mark of inspection over the last year.  
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David Letterman set trashed; Dumpster divers move in

Hours after the 'Late Show' finished taping, the crew began dismantling and throwing away iconic parts of David Letterman's set.