Marin Residents Pack San Francisco's Marina To Escape Power OutagesThe Marina District and Cow Hollow in San Francisco were bustling Sunday night as PG&E power shutoffs in the North Bay meant big business for many restaurants and bars.
Silicon Valley Businesses Consider Relocating Due To Unreliable Power SystemSilicon Valley business leaders warn that power shutoffs and the unreliability of the electric grid threaten the state’s thriving economy, including its important technology industry.
Angry North Beach Business Owners Complain About Empty StorefrontsBusiness owners in San Francisco's North Beach are raising awareness about an increase in vacant storefronts this year.
Early Election Results Indicate Victory For SF’s Prop C, Other MeasuresProposition C, which would tax San Francisco's wealthiest companies to provide funds for housing and rehabilitating the city's homeless population, appears To have passed in Tuesday's election.
Big Sur Businesses Cut Off From Tourists Receive Crowdfunded ReliefA major crowdfunding campaign is bringing relief to Big Sur.
Boycott Of Trump-Friendly Businesses May Be Having An EffectEating See's Candies in Ivanka Trump stilettos while taking an Uber home to watch The New Celebrity Apprentice would be activities targeted by a boycott of President Donald Trump and Trump-friendly businesses spearheaded by a San Francisco woman.
San Francisco Is First To Ban City Contracts With Businesses In States With Anti-LGBT LawsSan Francisco is the first city in the U.S. to prohibit city contracts with companies in states that sanction LGBT discrimination.
San Francisco Works To Relieve Businesses, Residents Displaced By FireCity officials and local groups are working to get financial help to businesses and residents displaced by five-alarm Bernal Heights fire.
Bay Area's National Parks Pumping $1 Billion Into Local Economy, Report FindsThe Bay Area’s eleven National Parks sites are more popular than ever, and the result is more tourist dollars being directed into Bay Area communities and businesses.
PG&E Telling Downtown SF Employees To Work From Home, But Some Businesses Left In Super Bowl ColdAs construction and road closures for Super Bowl City put a choke hold on downtown, the old joke “you can’t get there from here” may actually be coming true for some businesses in downtown San Francisco.
End To Grassy Lawns Ordered By California Officials Due To DroughtCalifornia officials are ordering an end to traditional grassy lawns for new homes and businesses as they continue targeting ornamental landscapes as a waste of water.
Emeryville Approves Highest Minimum Wage In The Country At Nearly $16 An HourThe ordinance goes into effect July 1st and by 2019, the city’s minimum wage will go up to nearly $16 an hour.
Woman Carrying 'Rifle' Through Busy Business District Disarmed By Santa Cruz Police With Beanbag Rounds“I’m sure she’ll be sore,” Barry said, adding the impact is akin to being hit with a softball.
New California Law Aims To Help Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender-Owned BusinessesThe law requires big public utilities in the state to report how much work they do with LGBT business owners.
Businesses In Oakland’s Temescal Neighborhood Cleaning Up After Another Night Of Ferguson ProtestsBusinesses on Telegraph Avenue were hit hardest following a second night of protests in Oakland over the grand jury decision in Ferguson, Missouri.