News releases from San Francisco Business Times
Mid-Market has long been a dirty, drug-ridden corridor. The city will spend millions to fix that.
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The section of Market Street between the Powell Street and Civic Center BART stations has long been a source of headaches for brokers, business owners and visitors.
Meanwhile, San Francisco-based Pinterest said it wants to hire more women and underrepresented minorities, especially in positions of power.
In January and February, newly trading companies saw their stocks jump 59% on average on their first day of trading. But that early elation belies the longer-term reality that markets go in both...
A three-judge panel upheld a $25 million judgement against the German drug giant in a case involving non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
Meanwhile, a New York-based health-tech platform, is acquiring San Francisco-based Ooda Health for close to half a billion dollars.
City outlines plans for Potrero Bus Yard redevelopment, eyes other SFMTA sites for housing
May 14, 2021
Projects up and down the Interstate 880 corridor are still moving through the development pipeline even as the pandemic has thrown an unexpected wrench into some plans.
Meanwhile, Oakland-based online consignment and thrift store thredUp had its first earnings call as a publicly traded company on Wednesday.
This week in San Francisco business bankruptcies include Deka Medical Inc., Slingshot Foods LLC and more. For the year, San Francisco has recorded 44 business bankruptcy filings.
San Francisco approves contract extensions with SF New Deal, SMG to provide meals for food insecure
May 12, 2021
Meanwhile, a San Francisco blockchain-based gaming infrastructure startup is reportedly raising $185 million at a $1 billion post-money valuation.
FedEx Ground to hire 900 employees across Bay Area
May 11, 2021
The delivery giant is looking add thousands of positions throughout the U.S. in the coming months with biggest need being for package handlers.
This week more Bay Area bars, live performances, non-essential offices can expand capacity or reopen for first time.
Meanwhile, the California Restaurant Foundation’s Restaurants Care Resilience Fund has awarded 62 single-unit restaurants in San Francisco and Alameda counties grants up to $3,500.
“I leave knowing The RealReal’s best days are ahead," Gustke said in a statement. Investors were not so sure.
The Tenant Opportunity Purchase Act garnered passionate debate on Thursday from different perspective of the Berkeley real estate and housing market.
This week in San Francisco business bankruptcies include ACEH Capital LLC, Envisage Construction Inc. and more. For the year, San Francisco has recorded 39 business bankruptcy filings.
She will be responsible for maintaining relationships with real estate investors throughout the Northwest region.
The new funding is part of the city's $120 million Dream Keepers Initiative which launched last summer.
Meanwhile, there are now more than twice as many residential apartment units listed for rent in Oakland than there were at this time last year.
"We’re not going to sit back while they disparage everyday people for taking control of their financial lives," an executive at the fintech said.
Meanwhile, Redwood City-based Impossible Foods has won a court ruling that allows it to continue using a key additive in its meat substitute.
Healdsburg luxury hotel sells for eye-popping $265 million
April 30, 2021
Comal has found new ways to nourish its community amid Covid
April 29, 2021
"I can’t ever remember a situation where a project felt so doomed and things felt so pessimistic where it turned around as quickly as it did," says Comal owner John Paluska.
The announcement Thursday is good news for the city's convention industry, which has suffered unprecedented woes during the pandemic.