The biggest tech companies in the world are all moving to San Francisco to take advantage of the city’s growing tech scene.
And in the meantime, Silicon Valley is also starting to feel the effects of the financial crisis.
A handful of tech companies have decided to stay in California, despite a $2 billion cut from state funding in 2015.
In April, Apple announced it would move to Cupertino and Facebook is considering the move.
Here’s a look at how some of these companies are handling the downturn in their home state.1.
Facebook Facebook and its chief executive Mark Zuckerberg have said they are “excited” about the Bay Area, which they see as a “hotbed of innovation and opportunity” and where they see a “strong future” in technology.
And Facebook has been investing in a slew of new research and development labs and research centers across the state, a move that’s helped make the Bay area a “tech capital of the world.”2.
Airbnb Airbnb Airbnb is the latest company to announce it’s expanding in the BayArea.
The company has invested $400 million in new facilities in San Francisco and Oakland and is considering building new offices in San Jose and the Bay.3.
Microsoft One of the hottest tech companies on the planet is building a new headquarters in Silicon Valley.
The new Microsoft campus, which is being called the “Microsoft Innovation Campus,” will feature more than 10,000 employees and be home to 1,500 research labs.
It’s also being built on the campus of Microsoft’s campus in Redmond, Washington, which was demolished in 2016.4.
Apple Apple has a large presence in San Diego, where it is the world’s largest software manufacturer.
The Cupertinos office in Cupertini will become a manufacturing and research facility.
Apple also is building new manufacturing facilities in the city.5.
Google Google is building offices and research labs in San Antonio and is planning to open new manufacturing operations in San Mateo and the San Fernando Valley.6.
Google is investing $10 million in a new manufacturing facility in Cuvera, a small town in San Luis Obispo County.
Google also has plans to create a manufacturing plant in San Pedro.7.
Uber Uber is building two new research facilities in Palo Alto.8.
Airbnb The popular travel site is opening a research facility in Mountain View.
The project will be the largest research facility of its kind in the United States and will include more than 200 research laboratories.9.
Facebook The social media giant is expanding its headquarters in San Bernardino.
The move comes as Facebook faces a federal investigation into whether it promoted illegal gambling through its website and mobile apps.
Facebook also announced plans to open a research lab in the area, a development that was first announced last year.10.
UberThe social media company said in March that it will open a new research facility, which will be located in Sunnyvale, California.11.
Netflix Netflix has plans for two new facilities and more than 30 new research labs, according to a company press release.12.
Uber In March, Uber announced it was opening a new facility in the Silicon Valley and Silicon Valley Regional Airport, which the company calls “the world’s fastest-growing airport.”13.
Airbnb In April 2018, Airbnb opened a new campus in San Pablo, California, and announced plans for another lab in Palo Mesa.14.
Google The search giant is building an office in Mountain West, Utah, which it is opening as part of a $50 million research and innovation initiative.15.
Amazon Amazon is building research and research facilities across the United Kingdom and Ireland.16.
UberUber is expanding in San Juan, Puerto Rico, which became the first U.S. territory to approve a moratorium on ride-sharing.
The San Juan lab will be home in 2018 to the company’s new research center in San Salvador.17.
Airbnb A number of startups are moving their operations from the Bay to the U.K. and Ireland in the next few years.
Airbnb has announced it will expand in Dublin, Ireland, and is building its headquarters there.18.
Uber The popular transportation service said in April that it would add about 10,600 jobs in Ireland and the U, where they will work in manufacturing and facilities that will be used to help grow its supply chain.19.
Google This summer, Google announced plans on the U., Ireland, New Zealand and the United Arab Emirates to build research and incubate startups in areas including agriculture, food, health care and manufacturing.20.
Uber This summer Google said it was looking to move some of its research and technology operations to New Zealand.
Google said its research in New Zealand will include “creating and supporting a vibrant ecosystem” and creating new “global partnerships.”