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SERIES: Who Owns Silicon Valley?

SERIES: Who Owns Silicon Valley?
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The Apple Inc. campus in this aerial photograph taken above Cupertino, California, U.S., on Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2019. Photographer: Sam Hall/Bloomberg via Getty Images

These stories are part of a multi-newsroom investigative project involving Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting, The Mercury News, KQED and Telemundo 48 Área de la Bahía.

Part 1: Who Owns Silicon Valley?

Stanford University, Apple, Google, Cisco, Intel and several real estate companies are among Silicon Valley’s top property owners according to an analysis of Santa Clara County assessor records for 2018. Click here to see the full story.

Who Owns Silicon Valley?Who Owns Silicon Valley?

An analysis of 500,000 property records from Santa Clara County’s Property Assessor’s office from 2018 shows which organizations and corporations own the most land and control the most property value in Silicon Valley. Senior investigative reporter Stephen Stock reports.

(Published Sunday, Nov. 3, 2019)

Part 2: Who Owns Silicon Valley: Stanford?

From Hewlett-Packard computers to Google search engines, Stanford University is credited with some of Silicon Valley’s biggest innovations. But is the university also partly to blame for the region’s biggest problem – the housing crisis? Click here to see the full story.

Who Owns Silicon Valley: Stanford?Who Owns Silicon Valley: Stanford?

From Hewlett-Packard computers to Google search engines, Stanford University is credited with some of Silicon Valley’s biggest innovations. But is the university also partly to blame for the region’s biggest problem – the housing crisis? Senior investigative reporter Stephen Stock reports.

(Published Sunday, Nov. 3, 2019)

Part 3: Tale of Two Tech Titans and Their Response to Silicon Valley Housing Crisis

With the proposed development of downtown San Jose, one giant tech company takes a different approach compared to the recent development of the “Spaceship” campus down the road. Click here to see the full story.

2 Tech Titans' Takes on Silicon Valley's Housing Crisis2 Tech Titans' Takes on Silicon Valley's Housing Crisis

With the proposed development of downtown San Jose, one giant tech company takes a different approach compared to the recent development of the “Spaceship” campus down the road. Even so, thousands of current residents will be affected, and some forced to move out of homes they’ve lived in for years. Senior investigative reporter Stephen Stock reports.

(Published Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019)

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