Archive for October 2019
Local influencer marketing company raises $6 million in venture capital
Grin, a provider of software to manage influencer-marketing campaigns, has raised a $6 million round of financing.
Attorney General rejects Adventist Health, St. Joseph joint venture
The California Department of Justice said the venture had the potential to increase health care costs and limit access to health services.
Check out these costumes from Salesforce’s Halloween party
Here's how workers at San Francisco's biggest employer celebrate the city's favorite holiday during a company-hosted lunch party.
How Zynga is rising from the dead
After hitting a low point where its revenue and workforce were virtually cut in half of its 2012 peak over the years, Zynga is poised to reach its peak revenues and make further progress in rebuilding its workforce later this year.
Plans show new details of J Street project downtown
Plans filed by Anthem Properties show a seven-story residential project at 11th and J streets in downtown Sacramento. Here are some key points of the project, called Anthem Cathedral Square.
Dogpatch condos hit the market ahead of massive wave of development
Align Real Estate kicked off sales of new condos at 2177 Third St. within a 10-minute walk to new Chase Center and Pier 70.
Bankruptcy ruling likely spells end for S.F. Barneys store
If no other bidder steps forward at the last minute, a sale of Barneys New York's intellectual property assets will likely lead to the closure of its remaining stores.
Measure to clamp down on S.F. office development heads for ballot
The measure to reduce San Francisco's 30-year-old office cap will compete with one sponsored by Mayor London Breed which would expand it.
PHOTOS: Local offices celebrate Halloween
We asked for Halloween office photos, and you delivered. Here are some highlights from the submissions we received this year.
How much Apple, Facebook, Cisco and other giant Silicon Valley companies are paying after Trump tax cuts
Some of Silicon Valley's largest technology companies are enjoying much lower tax rates now than in 2017, before the Republican-led tax overhaul kicked in, according to a new analysis of the effective tax rates of the largest American companies.