Mueller Report Lays Out Social Media Companies' Role In Election InterferenceA number of major Silicon Valley tech companies were called out in the Mueller Report, taking some heat for the role they played in spreading Russian disinformation.
Facebook: More Instagram Passwords Exposed Than First ThoughtMillions more Instagram users were affected by a password security lapse than parent company Facebook acknowledged nearly four weeks ago.
Bay Area IPO Mania: Zoom, Pinterest Surge In Market DebutsInvestors are giving Bay Area-based unicorn technology companies Zoom and Pinterest a rousing reception in their debuts on the stock market.
Facebook Slapped With $39 Million Bill To Power Data Center In New MexicoA powerful New Mexico regulatory authority is requiring the state's largest utility to bill Facebook $39 million for a new transmission line construction.
Facebook Collected 1.5 Million Users' Email Contacts Without Their KnowledgeFacebook has admitted that it collected up to 1.5 million users' email contacts without their consent, in the latest privacy issue to hit the giant tech firm.
Food Trucks In Contra Costa County To Get Surprise Inspections, Restaurant-Style PlacardsThe food truck of today is nothing short of a modern restaurant, and the Contra Costa County says those trucks will now be held to the same strict standards of regular restaurants.
San Francisco Explores New Ferry Service For Warriors Games, Other Chase Center EventsAs San Francisco prepares for the opening of the new Chase Center arena later this fall, Mayor London Breed on Wednesday announced the city is working on providing interim ferry service to the city’s Mission Bay neighborhood for events there.
Mystery Surcharge Among Taxes, Fees Added To Gasoline In CaliforniaA University of California, Berkeley professor is drawing attention to a gasoline “mystery surcharge" in the state - unexplained price increases in gasoline which have cost drivers $20 billion since 2015.
PG&E CEO Set To Receive $3M On First DayPG&E’s new CEO is set to make $3 million on his first day on the job Wednesday.
Lawsuit Claims Apple Misled Hundreds Of Thousands Of InvestorsApple and CEO Tim Cook knew iPhone sales were in trouble but kept it from investors, according to a new lawsuit accusing the company of securities fraud.
Rental Car Companies Settle Lawsuit With Alameda County Alleging They Overcharged For RepairsAlameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley and other prosecutors announced Tuesday that two rental car companies have settled a suit that alleged that they overcharged customers for repairs to damaged rental cars.
California Wineries Feeling Effects Of US-China Trade WarCalifornia wineries are feeling the effects of the trade war between the U.S. and China.
Bay Area Recycling Plant Scrambles To Adapt As Overseas Market For America's Trash Dries UpIt has been more than a year since China stopped taking most recycling from other countries. That’s left Bay Area cities scrambling to find someone to take what others throw out and demanding more responsibility from its residents.
Infant Sleeper Recalled, Now Blamed In More Than 30 DeathsA week after the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a warning about the safety of a infant sleeper after reports of infant deaths, the manufacturer recalled the product and parents were urged to stop using them immediately.