The San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously approved legislation Tuesday that aims to educate consumers about the potential health problems associated with consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages as well as limit advertising and sales of such products on public property.
Massage therapists and day spa owners say they are being hurt by a 45-day moratorium city lawmakers imposed on the opening, expansion and relocation of bodywork businesses.
California may not have the hotly contested, high-profile races for U.S. Senator or governor that some other states do this year, but it’s still attracting some of the biggest campaign spending in the country.
George Lucas doesn’t have a lot of faith in the creativity of the executives running major Hollywood studios.
Cisco says it will lay off up to 6,000 workers, or eight percent of its workforce, as part of a restructuring.
Google has partnered with a handful of developers to create specialized Google Glass versions for use in daily business functions.
Toyota’s announcement this week that it’s moving 3,000 sales and finance jobs from Southern California to Texas leaves the Torrance headquarters behind in the dust.
San Francisco Supervisor David Chiu’s plastic water bottle ban proposal was heard before a Board of Supervisors’ committee Monday and will go before the full board March 4th.
A proposed expansion of San Francisco’s Moscone Center has some residents in the city’s SoMa District upset over height issues, but with tech and tourism driving local industry, the only way to build just might be up.
50 years after the Surgeon General’s report labeled cigarettes as a cause of serious health problems, one UCSF doctor says the problem still persists because the tobacco industry remains politically powerful.