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hillary clinton following the money trail that ends squarely in silicon valley the frontrunner for the democratic nomination has a packed schedule in california friday the most watched among her events is a speech and fundraiser at the home of ebay c. e. o. john donahoe focusing on immigration reuters correspondent sarah mcbride in san francisco , technology companies would love to be able to hire more workers who are specialized in areas like software and , there aren't enough u. s. foreign workers who can do that and they'd like to , hire more from overseas candidates flocking to silicon valley are just after the money or the votes but something just is vital for the sense that it gives candidates that they understand technology that technology is , as the driver of our economy in many ways and that they're in touch with innovation well there's little doubt clinton knows her way around a private email server she remains one of the oldest candidates in the race and appealed to the youthful world of silicon valley could help ward off concerns about her age