Archive for November 2020
Salesforce struck out with Chatter, but a Slack acquisition may be another matter
The technology titan launched its workplace collaboration and communication tool just a year after Slack emerged, but its popularity among users has paled in comparison to Slack, Skype and later rival Microsoft Teams.
#WFH Chronicles: Time to sharpen the lines
If you can't tell the difference between work and home, it's time to bring those blurry lines into focus.
Rancho Cordova print shop gets new owner
SpeedPro Unlimited in Rancho Cordova, a large-format custom sign and graphics studio, has a new owner.
Head of SFPUC charged in public corruption probe
Harlan Kelly is the latest official to be named in the ongoing federal investigation into city corruption.
Tishman Speyer seeks go-ahead for phase two of Central SoMa office complex
The New York-based landlord seeks a 211,601-square-foot office space allocation as part of a 1 million-square-foot complex.
Software startup Crosscode bankruptcy plan approved as former CEO arrested for PPP fraud
Crosscode looks like it will emerge from bankruptcy intact after its plan to repay creditors was approved by the court. Meanwhile its ex-CEO has a new set of legal trouble after he was indicted for defrauding Paycheck Protection Program.
Rancho Cordova apartments sold for $54.5 million
Rancho Cordova apartments built in the mid-2000s have sold for 45% more than they did just four years ago.
Tax revenue from S.F. real estate deals this year on downward trajectory, data shows
The city has recorded roughly 200 fewer real estate deals since July compared to the same period last year, but saw revenue gleaned from transactions drop by more than half.
Retail development near Nevada state line on the market
Retail project The Village at South Lake Tahoe has seen good and bad times during its decade-plus in development, but its location has never wavered as perhaps its best asset.
Bay Area business lender TMC Community Capital debuts small business recovery loan program
The recovery loan program has raised $750,000 of a $5 million goal to help the smallest of small businesses hit by Covid.