Coronvirus Update: Berkeley's California Shakespeare Theater Cancels 2020 Season; Forced To Furlough EmployeesCalifornia Shakespeare Theater announced Friday it was canceling its 2020 season and furloughing 65 percent of its full-time employees due to safety concerns and financial hardship from the coronavirus pandemic.
Lifelong Horse Stylist Forced To Find New Job Due To Coronavirus OutbreakThe COVID-19 pandemic has not only forced many to change their lifestyles but also their careers. With bills left to pay and no income coming in, many in the Bay Area are looking for work.
Restaurants Affected By Coronavirus Ask For Support On National Takeout DayThe struggling restaurant industry made a plea to consumers to order take-out or delivery Tuesday by dubbing it The Great American Takeout.
Kaiser Cancels $900 Million Headquarters Project In OaklandKaiser Permanente has canceled its $900 million headquarters project in Oakland. Now, Kaiser plans to stay in its existing offices, according to Mayor Libby Schaaf.
'It's About Survival'; Businesses Resort To New Methods Due To Coronavirus OutbreakSome Bay Area residents and business owners are having to adapt to a dramatically changing landscape after coronavirus shutdowns have torpedoed their livelihoods.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Tesla To Shut Down Fremont Plant Beginning March 23Telsa announced Thursday it would shut down its Fremont plant and also an assembly facility in New York state on March 23rd in the wake of the growing coronavirus outbreak nationwide.
State Labor Officials Answer Questions For Workers Sidelined By The Coronavirus OutbreakState labor officials have posted answers to many questions you may have as your employer may have shut down or are requiring you to work from home.
'Like Driving To A Funeral'; Oakland Pub's St. Patrick's Day Spoiled By Shelter-In-PlaceFor Crogan's Irish Pub in Oakland's Montclair, St. Patrick's Day is usually the biggest day of the year. But this year's holiday marked the end of the first day of a three week long shelter-in-place order for much of the Bay Area. 
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Giants Establish $1 Million Fund To Assist Idled Stadium WorkersWith the start of Major League Baseball season push back until at least May by the coronavirus outbreak, the San Francisco Giants announced Tuesday they were establishing a $1 million fund to help struggling stadium workers.
Coronavirus Causing Economic Ripple Effect For South Bay BusinessesThe coronavirus outbreak has created an ever-widening economic ripple effect, impacting both big, bellwether tech companies and the smaller businesses that rely on them.
Online Luxury Consignment Brand Opens San Francisco Flagship StoreThe RealReal just opened its first flagship store in San Francisco's Union Square, within blocks of the same high-end design labels it consigns and re-sells.