Molly Fosco
Staff Reporter at Built In
Expertise: Tech journalism
Education: DePaul University

Molly Fosco is a former Built In staff reporter covering tech startups and trends in San Francisco. Prior to joining Built In, Fosco was a technology reporter for OZY Media and a news reporter and producer for Seeker Media. She holds a bachelor’s degree in communications, media and film studies from DePaul University. She is currently a copywriter for CircleCI.

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working from home with kids
It’s no secret that working at home with kids is a challenge. San Francisco tech leaders shared with us some of their best practices for managing it all.
GiveCampus was able to turn a profit quickly by taking a very un-Silicon Valley-like approach to growing its business.
Takeout COVID
Called Takeout COVID, the map was swiftly launched to help struggling bars and restaurants bring money in during the coronavirus pandemic.
Privacy laws are constantly evolving, which makes coding for privacy tools a challenge. DataGrail’s engineers are keeping up by writing adaptable code.
Bike Delivery
Non-salaried employees are most vulnerable to loss of income right now, but the tech community is offering support.
SF skyline
Amid coronavirus regulations in the Bay Area, these startups are preparing their businesses and employees for a new normal.
Fewer meetings
For some, the decision to hold fewer meetings is having surprisingly powerful benefits.
Design Thinking
By taking a human-centered approach to product design, these tech companies are quickly and effectively addressing user needs.
Business insurance
For many tech startups with unconventional business models, it’s like the wild west when it comes to insurance regulations.
Domain names that live on the blockchain are one solution to fighting censorship and protecting free speech.
data security
As data protection becomes a more formal business priority, many organizations are using new tools to upgrade their online security.
Modern Fertility Test
Healthtech startups are experimenting with new delivery models.