Archive for February 2023
RealReal’s new CEO makes debut on earnings call: ‘I see a bright future’
But he knows the company's recovery won't be easy.
SFO lags other major U.S. airports in recovery to 2019 traffic
Here are the final 2022 numbers for both of the region's big airports.
Parking technology startup Japa gets UC Davis Medical Center, city of Vacaville as customers
With a couple of large recent engagements, parking technology company Japa Inc. has nearly doubled the number of parking sensors it has deployed since starting up.
Erickson Senior Living proposes 1,440-unit project on 55 acres in west Roseville
A proposal making its way through Roseville approvals would bring more than 1,400 senior housing units — in buildings as tall as six stories — to a developing area of the city.
As Bay Area seeks to rebound from the pandemic’s economic fallout, new recovery index tracks progress
San Francisco isn't faring as well as San Jose in the Bay Area's efforts to recover from the pandemic's economic fallout.
Alexandria Real Estate pitches expansion of Gateway Commons in South San Francisco
The planning application comes just over three years since two real estate powerhouses formed a joint venture.
BJ’s Restaurant in San Rafael’s Northgate Mall to close, lay off 90 workers
The brewhouse claims to be the only restaurant in San Rafael open past 10 p.m.
At SFO and OAK, passenger traffic remains below pre-pandemic levels
Oakland has company in San Francisco International Airport, which clocked 26% less traffic in 2022 than it did in 2019.
Evernote laid off 65 people from its HQ
Some two months after it was acquired, the note-taking app developer is shrinking its staff.
S.F. startup Ample in line for $15 million state grant to build out EV battery swapping infrastructure
Instead of plugging in your electric car to charge it, Ample is working on technology that will let you swap your battery in 10 minutes or less.