Downtown Los Gatos To Go On 'Road Diet' To Boost Business, Entice VisitorsIn one week, downtown Los Gatos will undergo a rapid and dramatic transformation, all in an effort to boost business, encourage foot traffic and entice visitors to linger and stay a bit longer.
Marin Business Owners Concerned About PG&E Power ShutoffsPG&E has not shut off power in Marin in light of extreme weather yet, but many believe it is inevitable because parts of the county are considered high risk for wildfires.
SF Appeals Court Convenes Panel To Hear Plagiarism Case Against Zeppelin's 'Stairway To Heaven'A federal appeals court in San Francisco announced Monday that a rarely convened 11-judge panel will take up a copyright dispute over the rock band Led Zeppelin's iconic "Stairway to Heaven" song.
Online Photo Publisher 'Shutterfly' Sells For $1.74 BillionPrivate equity firm Apollo Global Management is buying online photo publishing company Shutterfly for $1.74 billion.
Wells Fargo Agrees to Pay $385 Million to Settle Car Loan LawsuitSan Francisco-based Wells Fargo has agreed to pay at least $385 million to settle a California lawsuit alleging it signed up thousands of auto loan customers for costly car insurance without their consent.
Google Acquires Data Analytics Firm Looker For $2.6B In CashGoogle is acquiring data analytics firm Looker for $2.6 billion cash in an effort to expand its Google Cloud business.
State Senate OKs Bill Creating Special Pot BanksShut out of the traditional banking system by federal laws, the country's largest legal marijuana market in California could benefit if the state approves a measure creating a special class of banks to handle pot money.
Neighborhood Near SAP Center Gets New Life Through Urban DevelopmentsThe North San Pedro St. area is one of the oldest sections of downtown San Jose. After decades of blight and neglect, it's seeing new life spring up in the shadow of the SAP Center.
Tesla Wants to Cut Size of Board From 11 Directors to 7Tesla plans to cut its board of directors from 11 to seven in a move the electric car maker says will allow the board to act more nimbly and efficiently.
Big IPOs Add Even More Pressure To Red-Hot Bay Area Housing MarketIs the San Francisco IPO millionaire land rush over-hyped? Not if you talk with local high-end real estate agents.
Refinery Woes Send Gas Prices Soaring At The PumpGas prices across California are averaging $1 above the national average and refineries are being blamed for the higher prices.
Long Lines Greet Shake Shack Opening In LarkspurMove over In-And-Out, there is a new burger joint in town. The line of hungry and curious Marin County residents stretched for nearly two blocks Wednesday afternoon at Shake Shack's newest franchise in Larkspur.
Iconic San Francisco Clothier Levi Strauss Goes Public AgainLevi Strauss & Co., which gave America its first pair of blue jeans, is public for the second time. As of late Thursday afternoon, shares popped nearly 33 percent.
One In Five Americans Commit Financial InfidelityHave you ever lied about money to your partner? As it turns out, many couples are keeping secrets about their cash and spending.
Businesses In Concord Retail Area Forced To Close Due To Higher RentUsually businesses close when times are bad, but in Concord, it's economic growth that is forcing a number of long-time businesses to shut their doors.