A Peninsula startup hopes to attract the best and brightest new employees by offering cold, hard cash — $20,000 to be exact — to people who refer a successful candidate. There is a catch, though.
The ‘Hidden Cash’ frenzy is expanding to other states around the country, according to the man behind the giveaways.
There was another frenzy for hidden cash in San Francisco Sunday, just days after the identity of the man behind the cash drops was revealed.
Two weeks after he began planting cash in locations across the Bay Area, the mystery man behind the @hiddencash Twitter account is finally showing his face. As he gives away thousands, others criticize the millionaire for how he made his money.
The person who has been hiding cash and posting clues on Twitter in recent days is heading back to the Bay Area after a busy weekend in Southern California.
The anonymous cash dropper has been leaving envelopes filled with cash across the Bay Area over the last week, what he calls a social experiment for good.
The mystery do-gooder who spent the weekend delighting Bay Area residents by hiding money around San Francisco and Oakland says he plans to begin dropping bills around San Jose Wednesday.
A California Lottery ticket that matched all six numbers to win the $70 million SuperLotto Plus jackpot was bought at a Safeway in San Francisco’s Sunset District, a lottery spokesman said Sunday.
An unidentified Twitter user has been hiding money in San Francisco and Oakland on Friday, leaving it for anyone to find.
Usually it’s sellers who take out real estate ads, but in the Bay Area’s searing hot housing market, one Berkeley couple fed up with being outbid has resorted to advertising the millions in cash they’re ready to spend on a dream home.