Rents in San Francisco fell by 1.2% month-over-month, and are down by 2.3% since the start of the pandemic in March, according to a new report released last week by Apartment List.
The deal to sell the San Francisco project to a Beijing-based private equity isn't done quite yet, thanks to Covid-19.
The grace period for the California Consumer Privacy Act is nearly over. Companies caught violating the new law will face hefty fines.
There's no joy in West Sacramento, for mighty Covid-19 has struck minor league baseball out.
It is the fourth drug approval for Ultragenyx since President and CEO Emil Kakkis founded it 10 years ago.
The amended measure, an emergency ordinance, is scheduled for a vote July 7.
GO-Biz offers future California tax credits as an economic development incentive to companies that pledge to invest in California facilities and to add new employees.
LinkedIn stopped paying 261 food service workers this week, leading to their layoffs from Bon Appetit Management Co.
Construction plans include three single-family residences, each planned to include accessory dwelling units to accommodate a total of six families.
BoxPower, the company that builds turnkey solar power and battery units, is vying for a $1 million grant from the California Energy Commission to further commercialize its products.