Archive for December 2021
Kate Cordell makes a business of finding needles in data haystacks
Kate Cordell has a passion for extracting useful information out of data sets. It’s the basis of her company Opeeka Inc.
SFBT Friday Digest: SFO-Hong Kong flights suspended; Peninsula condo project
Meanwhile, SF Sketchfest, the annual two-week comedy and improv festival, announced that it will postpone its 20th anniversary season due to the latest Covid-19 surge and the omicron variant.
5 things to know: Women Who Mean Business honoree rebrands her company
Here's what you need to know today.
Next urban development trend might be office-to-residential conversions
Through more than a century of history, the Hale Building in Downtown Sacramento has seen a number of uses: horse livery, church, department store, and for the last couple decades, an office and retail building. Its next use could be residential.
The week in bankruptcies: Max RE Investments LLC
This week in Sacramento business bankruptcies includes Max RE Investments LLC. For the year, Sacramento has recorded 43 business bankruptcy filings.
Shopping Centers surveyed for this list are located in Sacramento, El Dorado, Placer or Yolo counties.
Black Girls Code founder speaks out: ‘I will not be silent’
"I am concerned about actions that coincided with a calculated effort to paint my leadership in a negative light," Bryant said in a statement.
Remembrance: The leaders Silicon Valley lost in 2021
The events of this past year and the last added layers of heartbreak with each death shadowed by Covid-19, whether directly connected to the pandemic or not. Here's a brief remembrance of the leaders Silicon Valley has lost in 2021.
Year in Review: Bay Area residential real estate
Median home sales prices continued to rise, as did competition between millennial and baby boomer homebuyers.
S.F. not planning on more dining restrictions, health officer tells GGRA
S.F.'s public health officer told the restaurant lobby that, for the time being, it isn't planning to add more restrictions to businesses beyond yesterday's.