UPDATE: Suspicious Package At Google Building Deemed 'Not Dangerous'Google evacuated a building on its campus Friday morning and police called for the Santa Clara Bomb Squad after finding a suspicious package that was later determined to be non-threatening, according to Mountain View Police.
Google Muscles Up With Fitbit Deal Amid Antitrust ConcernsGoogle has completed its $2.1 billion acquisition of San Francisco-based fitness-gadget maker Fitbit.
Tesla Balks At Recalling 159,000 Vehicles Over Touchscreen Issues; NHTSA Takes ActionTesla Inc. is balking at recalling about 159,000 vehicles with potentially defective touch screens, so U.S. safety regulators are moving to force the Bay Area-based electric car company to take action.
San Francisco-Based Airbnb Cancelling All Washington D.C. Reservations For Inaugural WeekSan Francisco-based home-sharing giant Airbnb has announced it will be blocking and cancelling all reservations in the Washington, D.C. area during the week of the presidential inauguration.
YouTube Shuts Down President Trump's Channel Over Concerns Of Potential ViolenceAdd YouTube to the growing list of online social media outlets that have suspended President Donald Trump.
Capitol Siege: Man Photographed In Pelosi's Office Charged With Weapons Violation, Faces 11 Years In PrisonA man photographed sitting in Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office during the violent siege of the U.S. Capitol by President Donald Trump's supporters now faces 11 years in prison, after a weapons charge was filed.
Some Uber, Lyft Drivers Sue To Overturn Prop. 22 Over Constitutionality ClaimsDrivers for app-based ride-hailing and delivery services filed a lawsuit Tuesday to overturn a California ballot initiative that makes them independent contractors instead of employees eligible for benefits and job protections.
Capitol Siege: Redwood City-Based GoFundMe Raises More Than $600,000 For Family Of Officer Brian D. Sicknick GoFundMe donations to help the family of Officer Brian D. Sicknick, who died on January 7 following injuries sustained during the the Capitol siege, soared to over $600,000 early Tuesday while Redwood City-based tech giant took action to ban fundraising efforts associated with political violence.
San Francisco-Based Yelp Allowing Customers To Complain About COVID ViolationsAs COVID cases continue to soar at an alarming rate across California, San Francisco-based Yelp has added the ability for its users to post complaints after observing coronavirus violations at businesses and restaurants.

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Stimulus Check Update: 'I Believe We Have A Moral Obligation,' Says President-Elect Joe BidenPresident-elect Joe Biden disclosed plans for a $1.9 trillion stimulus package designed to counter the worsening COVID-19 pandemic and support the sinking economy.
Plastic Surgeons See a 'Zoom Boom' Among Stay-Home Remote Workers During PandemicSince the coronavirus pandemic lockdowns began, the demand for plastic surgery has soared.
Disappointing Catch Marks Start of Long-Delayed Commercial Dungeness Crab SeasonThe commercial Dungeness crab season has been open for two days but, so far, the catch isn’t quite what Bay Area fishermen had hoped for.
COVID Closures: Livermore Retailer Dom's Outdoor Outfitters To Close PermanentlyA beloved, family-owned sporting goods shop in Livermore has announced it will soon close its doors permanently, done in by financial struggles during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Google Muscles Up With Fitbit Deal Amid Antitrust ConcernsGoogle has completed its $2.1 billion acquisition of San Francisco-based fitness-gadget maker Fitbit.
Berkeley Council Considers Banning Most Gas, Diesel Car Sales By 2027Looking to cut greenhouse gas emissions, leaders in Berkeley are seeking to sharply reduce the number of gas and diesel vehicles sold in the city.
Project Home: Amid California Homelessness Crisis, Proposed Tax On Large Corporations Seeks To Fund ProgramsA proposal introduced in California's legislature seeks to address California's worsening homelessness crisis by create a permanent funding stream for homeless programs.
Crab Season: First Dungeness Crabs Of 2021 Arrive In San Francisco After Season DelayedCrab season has officially started after a two month delay, with the first catch started arriving into Pier 45 in San Francisco on Wednesday night.