Some startup businesses in San Francisco have been plagued by break-ins lately, according to police.
On a first reading of the proposal Tuesday night, the Richmond City Council voted to hike the minimum wage to $12.30 an hour.
The San Francisco African American Chamber of Commerce is threatening a tourism boycott, alleging discriminatory practices by the hospitality industry.
Police in Scotts Valley were investiging a pair of burglaries at two local businesses last week.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee is optimistic about the shortened schedule for this summer’s America’s Cup races, but many small businesses feel as if they have been left to take on water in choppy seas.
Some businesses that are seeking liquor licenses in San Francisco are being told to install security cameras in order to get a permit, once again sparking a debate about privacy concerns.
Although not everyone was happy about the deal, including lawmakers in the Bay Area, Congress has approved a proposal that staves off the fiscal cliff.
It’s another addition of “Made in the Bay Area” Thuy Vu and Liam Mayclem go behind closed doors on a tour through businesses that call the Bay Area home.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency said that operating on holidays allows them to create turnover and availability in front of businesses, many of which are open.
More than 245,000 people are expected to descend on the U.S. Open at San Francisco’s Olympic Club Monday, and more than a few of them are expected to walk through the doors of businesses in nearby Daly City.