Big plans for Old Sacramento are moving ahead, as the team tasked with designing three major projects aimed at reinventing the area presented its ideas Thursday night.
Here’s another sign of how bereft California is for places to live: one possibility is new housing on Folsom State Prison land.
Roseville-based solar photovoltaic installer Sunworks Inc. did a one-for-seven reverse stock split Friday to retain its listing on the Nasdaq Stock Market.
One of 15 remaining residential homes in San Francisco designed by Coxhead goes up for sale for $4.5 million.
More than 5,000 employees received pink slips this year from Bay Area companies laying off 200 or more workers.
A recent analysis breaks down cost of living for the 75 largest U.S. cities in the U.S.
Independent doctor practices are struggling to keep pace with the technology of a value-based health care system. This Blue Shield of California spinout — and its first deal — is designed to help those doctors.
Recycling and plastic use is a hot topic in California, from recycling centers closing all over the state to China no longer accepting a majority of our plastic waste stocks.
Legislation that would make employees out of most independent contractors passed the California Senate Appropriations Committee Friday and will now head to a final vote before the full State Senate.
The Peninsula city is crafting guidelines for increasingly popular granny flats.