Cupping With Keba Konte Owner Of Red Bay CoffeeKeba Konte, owner of Red Bay Coffee schools Black Renaissance's Christin Ayers in the art of coffee.
Andrew Faas, Author Of Bully To Bull's-Eye: Move Your Organization Out Of The Line Of FireAndrew Faas, author Of Bully To Bull's-Eye: Move Your Organization Out Of The Line Of Fire talks to host Roberta Gonzales on Bay Sunday.
Startup Lets Planners Secure Short-Term Spaces For Parties And ConferencesPeerspace lets businesses find and book a location for offsite, events. It could also be raising some legal questions. Susie Steimle reports. (3-19-17)
Too Many Cooks See Costs Soar, Profits Fall In San FranciscoOne of the nation's biggest restaurant tycoons is giving the city by the bay flak. He says it's just too expensive to do business in San Francisco. Wilson Walker reports. (3-9-17
ConsumerWatch Weekend: Valentine Sweetheart ScamsThe Better Business Bureau warns about a so-called "sweetheart scam" that can cost you your identity. Julie Watts spoke on Saturday with the BBB's Jarrod Wise about the issue. (2-11-17)
ConsumerWatch Weekend: Phone ScamsThere's a new scam going around. You answer the phone and someone asks "can you hear me?" or "are you a homeowner?" Then the caller either hangs up or tries to sell you something. Julie Watts discusses the scam with Jarrod Wise of the Better Business Bureau. (2-4-17)
Bay Area Small Business Owners Bristle At Trump's Proposed Tariff On Mexican GoodsAcademics and business owners say Trump's plan to fund construction of a border wall with a 20 percent tariff on Mexican goods will hurt American consumers and businesses. Christin Ayers reports. (1/26/17)
Minority Women Professionals Seminar Helps Women Strive & ThriveDr. J Nwando Olayiwola and Pooja Mittal, director of Health Net talk to Black Renaissance producer Jan Mabry about 'MWPs are MVPs,' a seminar for minority women professionals touring the U.S.
Oakland Small Businesses Ponder Higher Pricing After Minimum Wage HikeRussell Brown, owner of Gaylord's Caffe, told KPX 5's Jessica Flores that the cost of minimum wage increases will be passed on to the customer. (1-2-17)
3 Popular Restaurants Closing On Union SquareIt's the last weekend in business for 3 popular Bay Area Restaurants. Jackie Ward tells us, Lori's Diner, Kuletto's and Sushi Boat will be closed by Jan. 2.
Employee Says Versace Outlet In Livermore Racially Profiled Black ShoppersA Livermore Versace store is at the center of a shocking lawsuit. As Cate Cauguiran reports, a worker claims black customers were racially profiled every time they entered the store.
San Jose Struggles To Keep Visitors Coming Downtown After The HolidaysEach year, about a half million people come to downtown San Jose for Christmas shopping and celebrations. But convincing those people to return when the Christmas season ends has proved difficult. Devin Fehely reports. (12-18-16)
Popular SF Pizza Restaurant For Sale On CraigslistHomemade and homegrown: after 3 decades dishing out pies, Pauline's -- a favorite Mission District pizza place needs a new owner. Don Ford reports. (12-9-16)
State Treasurer Working To Help Banks Lend To Marijuana IndustryCalifornia's marijuana industry has a problem: banks won't do business with pot growers and dispensaries. Melissa Caen reports. (12-2-16)
Holiday Shoppers Support Small Business Saturday In PleasantonConsumers were out en masse this weekend to get good deals this weekend. Susie Steimle hit the streets of Pleasanton for Small Business Saturday.
Oakland Promotes Shopping At Local-Owned Small Businesses On 'Plaid Friday'Mayor Libby Schaaf spent Friday urging people to support stores that are homegrown in Oakland. Da Lin reports. (11-25-16)
Michael Dermer, Author Of The Lonely EntrepreneurBay Sunday host Kenny Choi talks to author Michael Dermer about his book, The Lonely Entrepreneur.
High-Tech Smart Kitchen Does The Cooking For YouThe hottest high tech trend is the smart kitchen. Chris Martinez tells us how a San Francisco-based company is teaching computers how to cook.
Battle Over Bay Area Soda Tax Fills AirwavesThree Bay Area cities are getting ready to vote on a soda tax this November but there's a heated debate over how it would really affect your wallet. Melissa Caen reports. (10-21-16)
Campaign 2016: Landlords Weigh In On Rent ControlThe Bay Area housing crisis has prompted 5 cities to consider rent control in the November election. San Francisco has had some form of rent control since 1979 so KPIX 5's Melissa Caen went to a meeting of small property owners in San Francisco and asked: how's it working? (10-14-16)
Silicon Valley Entrepreneur Finds Success With Personal Care Products For People of ColorTristan Walker is shaking things up in the beauty industry but, as he tells Betty Yu, his product was a tough sell to investors. (10-7-16)
Napa Valley Winemaker Turns To RoboticsAt Hall Wines in Napa Valley, a robotic grape sorter is doing the work of at least 70 humans. Betty Yu reports. (9-15-16)
At Issue: Taxing Sugary DrinksJulie Watts spoke with S.F. supervisor Scott Wiener about ballot measures that would tax sugary drinks in Oakland and San Francisco. (9-4-16)
Lawman/Fireman Brothers Turn Barbecue EntrepreneursMatt and Jonathan Burgess, two brothers with a passion for barbecue, came together to launch Burgess Brother BBQ and Burgers. (8-27-16)