After More Than 100 Years, San Francisco’s Shreve & Company Jeweler Priced Out Of Union Square Building Bearing Its Name
After more than 100 years doing business in the same spot, San Francisco jeweler Shreve & Company has been priced out of the building bearing its name.
Corinthian Colleges will shut down all of its remaining 28 ground campuses, including locations in San Francisco, San Jose and other California cities, displacing about 16,000 students.
High-tech automaker Tesla got hijacked Saturday when angry prankster hackers took over its website and Twitter account.
Dan Fredinburg, an executive at Google and self-described adventurer, died in the 7.8 magnitude quake that struck Nepal on Saturday.
The Port of San Francisco has filed a lawsuit against the owners of Sinbad’s Restaurant at Pier 2, which has remained open for business despite the expiration of a 30-day notice to vacate the property
Starbucks locations in the Bay Area and throughout the United States and Canada were impacted by a computer glitch that lasted for several hours on Friday.
16,000 nuclear weapons exist in the world, and with millions of shipping containers passing through America’s ports, the demand for better screening of shipments has never been higher. New research into nuclear materials detection could help.
Want a lucrative career in sales but don’t know where to start? Jill Schlesinger has tips on how to enter the field.
San Francisco’s Planning Commission has recommended putting a cap on hosting short-term housing rentals to 120 nights a year in an amendment proposed by Mayor Ed Lee and Supervisor Mark Farrell.
Assuming you’ve snagged an Apple Watch, your wrist is now a tool belt for seamlessly controlling your finances, home and health without ever reaching into your pocket.