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“I leave knowing The RealReal’s best days are ahead," Gustke said in a statement. Investors were not so sure.
The Tenant Opportunity Purchase Act garnered passionate debate on Thursday from different perspective of the Berkeley real estate and housing market.
This week in San Francisco business bankruptcies include ACEH Capital LLC, Envisage Construction Inc. and more. For the year, San Francisco has recorded 39 business bankruptcy filings.
She will be responsible for maintaining relationships with real estate investors throughout the Northwest region.
The new funding is part of the city's $120 million Dream Keepers Initiative which launched last summer.
Meanwhile, there are now more than twice as many residential apartment units listed for rent in Oakland than there were at this time last year.
"We’re not going to sit back while they disparage everyday people for taking control of their financial lives," an executive at the fintech said.
Meanwhile, Redwood City-based Impossible Foods has won a court ruling that allows it to continue using a key additive in its meat substitute.
Healdsburg luxury hotel sells for eye-popping $265 million
April 30, 2021
Comal has found new ways to nourish its community amid Covid
April 29, 2021
"I can’t ever remember a situation where a project felt so doomed and things felt so pessimistic where it turned around as quickly as it did," says Comal owner John Paluska.
The announcement Thursday is good news for the city's convention industry, which has suffered unprecedented woes during the pandemic.
This week in bankruptcies: DB Capital Investments LLC, Harrison Place LLC and 1 more.
April 29, 2021
This week in San Francisco business bankruptcies include DB Capital Investments LLC, Harrison Place LLC and more. For the year, San Francisco has recorded 34 business bankruptcy filings.
SFBT Wednesday Digest: Allbirds to take IPO flight; City, UC at odds over Berkeley plan
April 28, 2021
The city will spend a few million dollars later to save a few million now if the Board of Supervisors approve the management contract changes.
The San Francisco company will receive approximately $550 million in cash in exchange for sending its autonomous vehicle division to Woven Planet Holdings, Inc.
Will Charles Schwab expand into crypto trading?
April 22, 2021
Creator Plus emerges from stealth with $12M to finance and produce feature length films for social media celebrities
April 21, 2021
Creator Plus emerged as the latest iteration of startups hoping to make their mark in the emerging creator economy.
This week in bankruptcies: Tali Corp. a Delaware Corp., M&M Mobile Car Wash and Detail LLC and 1 more.
April 20, 2021
This week in San Francisco business bankruptcies include Tali Corp. a Delaware Corp., M&M Mobile Car Wash and Detail LLC and more. For the year, San Francisco has recorded 31 business bankruptcy...
San Francisco creates guaranteed-income task force
April 19, 2021
The city has several guaranteed-income plans underway or about to roll out as it studies their benefits.
News of the opening comes with official word that Kimpton no longer operates the Sir Francis Drake, which is under new ownership.
S.F. to open applications for $3 million in grants to nightlife, entertainment venues
April 19, 2021
The Music and Entertainment Venue Recovery Fund will offer grants of $10,000 and up to eligible entertainment venues in the city struggling to remain in business.
Meanwhile, Zoom has launched a $100 million investment fund to encourage startups that use the platform's toolkit.
Salesforce is ‘absolutely committed’ to holding Dreamforce in person this fall. Here's what we know.
April 15, 2021
SF Travel is meeting with the company regularly to find a way to host it safely under state and local guidelines.
It may not be the last new local outpost by year's end, and part of an ongoing proliferation of smaller-format stops from the publicly-traded luxury consignor.