Archive for April 2021
San Francisco breakfast-drink maker files for liquidation bankruptcy
The company marketed a concoction of yogurt, oats, almonds and chia seeds.
Clorox finds vitamin business is a tough pill to swallow
A write-down in the value of the vitamin business occurs amid an ongoing debate on Wall Street: How does Clorox fare in a post-pandemic world?
Mikuni will get more space with Fountains move
With the move, the eatery will grow to more than 8,000 square feet at Fountains.
Bay Area Council finds those saying they may join the Bay Area exodus plan to leave California
The stakes are high for California, which depends heavily on the tax revenue from the state's affluent residents.
Excavation, foundation work on $80 million Tahoe events center set to begin
Construction is set to begin in earnest next week on an $80 million event center on Lake Tahoe’s south shore.
Accenture, Aon apprentice program pays non-traditional employees to learn a career
Consulting company Accenture PLC and insurance company Aon PLC are working together and enlisting other companies to offer 1,000 apprenticeships for career training to people who don’t have four-year degrees in Northern California over the next four years.
Starbucks expects U.S. customers to make their morning coffee runs again
Locally owned cafes might also be seeing an uptick in business.
A S.F. landlord is turning leases into NFTs and auctioning them off. No, really, he is.
The communal living space that attracts techies and artist at the corner of Mission and 20th streets is now selling long-term leases as NFTs. The auction begin May 5.
Healdsburg luxury hotel sells for eye-popping $265 million
The largest luxury resort property in Sonoma County just sold for more than $2 million per key.
Off the Grid lays off 256 after Google ends catering contract
The subsidiary provided food truck catering and logistics services for Google's Bay Area campuses.