Archive for August 2021
Bay Area Council backs Covid-19 vaccine requirements for the private sector
It's the first time in the council's 76-year history that is has made such a sweeping recommendation to its members.
Five things to know about Allbirds’ IPO
The San Francisco startup has become synonymous with the Bay Area aesthetic, but its ambitions are global.
Sacramento area among tops in country for construction job gains
From new state high-rises going up around Downtown Sacramento to acres of new homes in suburban areas, the region is seeing a whole lot of construction these days.
One Inc. adds more payment industry veterans to C-suite
Digital insurance payments company One Inc. of Folsom has named a new chief financial officer, a payments industry veteran who has worked in the past with the company’s new CEO.
Google is postponing its reopening until January amid surging Covid cases
The tech behemoth is pushing back its reopening again, this time by at least three months.
Origin CEO plans to double company’s workforce after raising millions of dollars
The startup co-founder also touts why the company is doubling down on San Francisco.
Lawsuit dismissed after Davis Tow Inc. employees accused of car thefts pay alleged victims
A lawsuit involving a former Sacramento-based towing company and several of its employees accused of towing hundreds of cars without authorization over a period of years was dismissed by county prosecutors this month after defendants agreed to compensate the alleged victims in the case.
Inszone Insurance’s latest acquisition gains foothold in Midwest
Inszone Insurance Services Inc. has acquired Summit Insurance Group, an expansion of the Rancho Cordova-based company into Missouri.
‘We’re becoming a very different company’: Wells Fargo executive speaks on recovering from fake account scandal
Vice Chairman of Public Affairs Bill Daley spoke with the Business Journal for an exclusive interview about the bank's efforts to restore its public image after a series of scandals and settlements in recent years.
Farmers market staple Obour Foods opens first brick-and-mortar location in Ferry Building
The San Francisco-based brand was started in 2017 by a former analyst for HP who decided to turn his experiments in the kitchen into a full-fledged company.