[...] people in the aggregate tend to make choices that are in their financial interests.YouGov BrandIndex CEO Ted Marzilli, explaining to Adweek why Uber had the most improved brand perception among 18- to 29-year-olds in a survey his company published this week.[...] it appears that the company that has gotten lots of complaints and lost lots of executives still has lots of fans.reported that CEO John Mackey would get more than $41 million — which the paper said is enough to buy about 10.3 million containers of Organic Baby Kale Mix.Nobu, known as much for its celebrity clientele as its dozens of high-end Japanese restaurants across the globe, opened its first Bay Area spot Friday in Palo Alto.Many of our customers and guests from other locations around the world live and work in Palo Alto,” Chef Nobu Matsuhisa said, “so we are excited to give them their own Nobu closer to home.
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- Millennials still love Uber; Whole Foods payout; a Palo Alto Nobu
By Chronicle Staff and News Services - Friday Jul 7, 2017
- Sally, billed as the world’s 1st salad robot, mixes it up in Palo Alto
By Benny Evangelista - Monday Aug 21, 2017
A new prep worker is on the job at Palo Alto’s Calafia Cafe & Market A Go-Go. Made by food startup Chowbotics, Sally (pictured Monday with CEO Deepak Sekar) is a robot that takes less than a minute to mix a salad from 21 different ingredients. There are five programmed recipes, such as the Silicon Valley Salad with chicken breast, kale, bell peppers, olives and a honey-mustard vinaigrette. The robot, which Sekar says is the first of its kind, isn’t cheap — $30,000 to buy, $500 to $700 per month to lease — but has a strong food-tech lineage: Chowbotics’ executive chef is Calafia owner Charlie Ayers, former executive chef at Google. — Benny Evangelista
- Lyft to Develop Self-Driving Car Technology in New Silicon Valley Facility
By MIKE ISAAC - Friday Jul 21, 2017
The ride-hailing company is opening a research center in Palo Alto, Calif., and plans to collaborate with automakers and tech companies.
- Tim Cook’s legacy, colorful Trix, Palo Alto Networks’ headquarters
By Chronicle Staff and News Services - Thursday Sep 21, 2017
Hear, here “I hope that when my toes point up, if people say he was a good and decent man, that is good enough for me. That's my goal.” Apple CEO Tim Cook, discussing his legacy in an interview at the Bloomberg Global Business Forum in New York on Wednesday. Cereal wars Turns out that kids prefer Red 40, Blue 1 and Yellow 6 over radishes, purple carrots and turmeric, the Wall Street Journal reports. General Mills will bring back the artificial colors of Trix, which it started making with all-natural ingredients last year.
- Music teacher arrested in Palo Alto student sex-abuse case
By Evan Sernoffsky - Tuesday Jul 25, 2017
A 35-year-old music teacher at the Palo Alto "School of Rock" – an after-school rock music program – was arrested for sexually abusing a 15-year-old student, police said Tuesday.
- James Franco to Palo Alto journalism teacher: 'You're my hero'
By Peter Hockaday - Wednesday Sep 6, 2017
Palo Alto High School journalism teacher Esther Wojcicki has at least one famous fan: James Franco.