Ahmad Thomas, CEO of SVLG, today issued a statement applauding Senate passage of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022.
Ahmad Thomas, CEO of SVLG, today issued a statement applauding passage of the bipartisan CHIPS Act of 2022, which will help strengthen supply chain resilience and bolster the nation’s Innovation Economy. The bill has been approved by the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives and is awaiting signature by President Biden.
Mary Holing, VP of Environmental Policy at SVLG, today issued a statement applauding the climate and clean energy investment provisions that have been announced as part of the inflation reduction package.
On behalf of more than 350 companies that drive America’s innovation economy from the heart of Silicon Valley, SVLG’s Peter Leroe-Muñoz urges elected officials in Washington to pass the CHIPS Act of 2022 and secure America’s semiconductor future and resilience.
A trio of leading Silicon Valley business leaders urge Congress to reject proposed antitrust legislation that could harm small businesses and have a chilling effect on the innovation ecosystem that is a backbone of the nation’s economy.
Asked to consider what life will be like in 2025 in the wake of the outbreak of the global pandemic and other crises in 2020, some 915 innovators, developers, business and policy leaders, researchers, and activists responded. Their broad and nearly universal view is that people’s relationship with technology will deepen as larger segments of …
What: Silicon Valley Leadership Group CEO, Carl Guardino, will be available by phone for questions and comments on the innovation economy during and after the Democratic Debates. When & Where: Wednesday, June 26, 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm PST – Carl will watch debates in Sacramento, where he will be for a CTC meeting. He …
Skilled arrivals from outside the United States are powering the Valley’s economy more than ever before.
Unfair trade practices and the rise of a global tech competitor deserve a thoughtful response. But tariffs against China threaten California’s tech industry.
51 percent of voters in a February Silicon Valley Poll say they are, in principle, opposed to any potential local tax measure that would tax businesses based on a flat fee per employee to provide funding for local city services.
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