Sacramento Business Journal
The Funded: Bay Area startups announced $559 million in new deals to close the week
At the end of the week, Bay Area startups announced two megadeals and several other big rounds.
Group behind Goldfield Trading Post planning equestrian-themed cocktail bar in Midtown
The group behind several themed bars and nightlife businesses in the area is at it again, with their latest concept set to open later this month.
Applications now open for grants to help small businesses recoup Covid-19 sick pay costs
Small businesses can now apply for grants of up to $50,000 to help them make up for the costs of providing employees with state-mandated paid Covid-19 sick leave.
Deloitte, Salesforce, World Economic Forum team up to spur ideas for revitalizing downtown San Francisco
In one of the most visible efforts yet, major employers are stepping up to bring back downtown San Francisco.
23andMe restructures, plans to cut 75 jobs
The company is focusing on new genomic health services and developing drugs.
Crest Partners buys truck yard on Fruitridge Road in Power Inn area
Demand for industrial space, and subsequently, industrial properties, is filtering down to truck yards.
Hiltons on the move could inspire more San Francisco hotel sell-offs, analyst says
Here's who might have cause to sell and who's looking to buy in San Francisco.
Ross Dress for Less filling long-vacant space in Northgate Plaza
Dublin-based Ross Dress for Less is planning to occupy a large anchor space at a North Sacramento shopping center.
California investor BH Properties buying Holy Names University campus in Oakland
The university put the 60-acre site, threatened with foreclosure, on the market in March.
Viewpoint: San Francisco Mayor London Breed’s trip to Israel brought home valuable lessons
“San Francisco remains a powerful draw around the world,” attorney David Kaufman writes.