Lyft is digging itself out of a public relations mess after angry drivers claim the ride-sharing company failed to deliver a $1,000 bonus advertised to new recruits and those referring them.
Online storage provider Box has wrapped up its IPO at $14 per share to set up a test of investors’ appetite for a rapidly growing technology company that hasn’t proven it can make money.
Demonstrators in San Francisco have posted neon green warning signs on the outside of some apartments where the director of the Tenants Union says people have been evicted under the Ellis Act and landlords are now renting apartments through websites like Airbnb and VRBO.
Earlier this week, the city of Millbrae’s Planning Commission voted unanimously to revoke FlightCar’s conditional permit to operate – citing a long list of problems, including illegally operating a generator, poor maintenance of shrubbery and fire code violations.
Facebook’s stock price has passed its $38 IPO price for the first time since its rocky initial public offering more than a year ago.
Chevron said its net income fell 5 percent in the first quarter as oil prices slipped.
Apple was the worst performing stock on the S&P 500 for the month of January, despite a historic surge for the index overall.
The Oakland Athletics players have decided to donate one full playoff share to eight local and national charitable efforts, a total of $34,325.16.
If you own a car, chances are police know where you’ve been lately – thanks to a Bay Area company that is keeping them in the loop.
The FTC had charged that the social network told people they could keep the information they share private, then allowed it to be made public.