Reopening: Indoor Dining At 25 Percent Capacity Can Resume In San FranciscoSan Francisco became the first county to move to the state’s orange tier, meaning restaurants and other indoor businesses can reopen with restrictions.
Wells Fargo CEO Apologizes For Memo Comment On Black Talent Pool Wells Fargo CEO Charlie Scharf has apologized after he blamed the lack of diversity at the San Francisco-based bank on "a very limited pool of Black talent to recruit from."
Downtown Comes Alive As Smoky Skies Clear, People Go Back Outside In BurlingameTuesday's blue skies seemed like a novelty after a week of otherworldly phenomena due to unhealthy air.
SF Streets Empty As Smoky Air, Raining Ash Force COVID-Weary Residents Back InsideWith empty tables, deserted parks, and very slow streets, for the second day in a row, the bad air gave San Francisco an emptiness that felt more like the start of the shutdown.
Public Safety Power Shutoff: North Bay Businesses, Schools Residents Spend 24 Hours In The DarkThousands of North bay residents woke up with no electricity Tuesday, due to PG&E's Planned Safety Power Shutoffs. By evening, many were still in the dark.
Santa Cruz Closes Out Summer Season In Pandemic DoldrumsThe summer season in Santa Cruz is ending much the way it began, with closed beaches.
Salesforce To Cut 1000 Jobs After Record Sales, Stock SurgeSalesforce plans to cut about 1,000 jobs, or less than 2% of its workforce, after it announced record-high sales of more than $5 billion.
Reopening: No Fans In Stands At San Francisco 49ers Games, For NowThe San Francisco 49ers opted to play their season opener without fans, but gave the ‘Faithful’ some hope, on Tuesday, when the team said communications with county health leaders were ongoing about the possibility of having fans sometime this season.
Bed, Bath & Beyond Cutting 2,800 Jobs Citing Shift To Online SalesBed Bath & Beyond said Tuesday that it’s cutting 2,800 jobs at its corporate headquarters and stores — about 5% of its overall workforce — as the troubled home goods retailer looks to pivot more of its business online.
Raining Ash An 'Eerie' Sense Of Deja Vu For Healdsburg Businesses In Shadow Of WildfiresIf Healdsburg needed a reminder the Walbridge Fire was burning just west of town, it came falling from the sky all afternoon.
Heatwave, Unhealthy Air From Wildfires Hurting Businesses Trying To Survive COVID-19 PandemicStruggling San Jose business owners amid the pandemic find themselves facing yet another hit in revenue caused by the heatwave, unhealthy air and ash from the wildfires burning across the Bay Area.
Livermore Reopens First Street To Help Businesses Hurt By COVID-19 Street ClosuresStreet closures in downtown Livermore were supposed to help businesses survive the pandemic but they ended up hurting many retailers. So, the city has decided to reopen First Street this weekend.
SF Extends Business Registration, Licensing Fee Deadlines Until March 2021 Due To COVID-19As thousands of San Francisco businesses remain closed due to COVID-19 and with future reopening dates still in limbo, city officials on Tuesday announced extended deadlines and fee deferrals for business owners.
Virgin Atlantic Files For U.S. Bankruptcy ProtectionVirgin Atlantic, the airline founded by British businessman Richard Branson, filed Tuesday for relief from creditors as the virus pandemic hammers the airline industry.
Reopening: California Pizza Kitchen Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy ProtectionThe California Pizza Kitchen filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Thursday as San Francisco Bay Area restaurants continue to struggle for survival amid COVID-19 restrictions prohibiting indoor dining.