Theranos Trial: Ex-Lab Associate Continues Bombshell TestimonyA former lab associate continued her testimony Wednesday in the federal criminal trial against Elizabeth Holmes, founder and CEO of the blood testing company Theranos.
Former Cisco Executive Sentenced to 3 Years by Federal CourtA former executive at Cisco Systems, Inc., received a 3-year prison sentence and was ordered to pay more than $3 million in restitution to the San Jose-based technology conglomerate and to the IRS.
Hayward Police Warn Of Credit Card Skimmers That Are Easily Installed, Hard To DetectShoppers in in Hayward were being warned to pay extra attention at the checkout counter after Hayward police discovered a credit card skimmer that is easy for thieves to install, and very hard to detect.
COVID: Hospitality Industry Takes A Hit As Travelers Pause Plans Due To Delta VariantAs the Delta variant continues to spread, some businesses are on edge. The hospitality industry is starting to see consumer confidence decline with fewer bookings and more cancellations.
Facebook Profits Top $10B as Revenue SoarsFacebook doubled its profit in the second quarter thanks to a massive increase in advertising revenue, especially the average price of ads it delivers to its nearly 3 billion users.
COVID: Pandemic-Era Microchip Shortage Is Making Auto Parts Hard To GetBay Area drivers may need patience if their cars break down. The pandemic created a shortage of microchips. That created a shortage of new cars, which sent the price for new and used cars skyrocketing. Now it's landing in your local auto repair shop.
COVID Reopening: SF Restaurant Facing Mountain Of Debt, Forced To Adapt, Simplify MenuChef owner Dennis Lee started experimenting with the square shaped sourdough pizzas during the pandemic. It became a social media hit. But like many restaurants, debts loom overhead.
COVID Reopening: Bay Area Cities, Businesses, Residents Imagine Life After June 15With about a week to go before the state’s grand reopening, residents and businesses across the Bay Area were envisioning life after June 15.
COVID: Struggling Santa Clara Co. Businesses Cautiously Optimistic About Reopening June 15After months trying to stop the spread of COVID-19, Santa Clara County is on the road to recovery with only 12 new cases. Local business owners were preparing for the possibility of reopening without restrictions on June 15.
Christesen's Western Wear in Pleasanton to Close Doors After 92 Years in BusinessAn iconic retail store that has been a fixture in downtown Pleasanton for decades, Christesen's Western Wear recently announced it is going out of business.
COVID Recovery: Planning Commissioner Seeking Rescue Plan Funds For Struggling East Jose BusinessesA San Jose Planning Commissioner called on city officials Monday to use federal COVID-19 American Rescue Plan funds to give businesses a much needed economic boost in a neighborhood that has been hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID: Low Case Numbers, Reduced Restrictions Have San Francisco Edging Towards NormalityWith COVID case counts low, vaccination rates high and a couple of major sporting events happening, San Francisco residents and visitor were enjoying a new sense of normal Friday.
Bay Area Restaurant Owners, Operators Face Charges on Tax, Labor PracticesThree people have been arraigned in connection to tax evasion and labor law violations at Japanese restaurants in San Jose, Concord and Daly City that they owned and operated.
COVID Reopening: San Mateo County Returns to Yellow Tier; Bars To Resume Indoor ServiceSan Mateo County on Tuesday became the second county in the Bay Area to return to the less restrictive COVID Yellow Tier, according to California health officials.
East Bay Homebuyers Pay $200-400K Over Asking As Home Prices Soar To Record Levels It's not just the weather, the red-hot real estate market is sizzling right now with bidding wars and multiple offers. The pandemic continues to push home prices in the East Bay to record levels.