Archive for May 2022
The turnover factor many workers don’t want to discuss with their boss
There's a growing concern impacting turnover and employees' well-being, but many workers don't want to discuss it with their bosses.
The Playbook: Two problems employers can’t afford to ignore
Many small-business owners were frustrated by the end of the EIDL program, but there is some good news for borrowers. That and more in this week's The Playbook Edition.
Southline, a South S.F. office and research campus, heads to Planning Commission
Construction of the multiphased development near the San Bruno BART Station could start this year.
Early Money: This San Francisco startup is working on an app to help prevent heart attacks and strokes
The founders of Miga Health are working on an app that would promote heart health.
Can the nonprofit model help reduce drug prices?
A select few nonprofit are attempting to produce cheaper drugs, but is the model scalable?
New Salesforce executive roles head to Atlanta
CEO Marc Benioff welcomed a new head of investor relations from Microsoft, who like many other new execs for the San Francisco company, will be based out of the company's Georgia headquarters.
Homeward partners with Rite Aid to deliver rural health care
Millions of people live in rural communities, including close to one-quarter of seniors who may not have access to reliable transportation. Homeward is bringing healthcare directly to them at home and where they shop.
SPI Energy expects to treble workforce with solar panel factory expansion
Renewable energy company SPI Energy Co. Ltd. anticipates tripling its employee count as it expands its solar panel manufacturing plant in Sacramento.
Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse expects rise in acquisitions amid crypto turmoil
Prospects for deal-making in the #crypto sector are rising amid plunges in stock prices and other valuations.
JPMorgan Chase hires fintech executive from PayPal
The New York bank has made key hires in its Bay Area tech operations over the past year.