Tag: business

“Señor Sisig” Restaurant Opens New Vegan Food-Truck

SAN FRANCISCO—Local Mexican-Filipino chain “Señor Sisig” has opened a new food truck, which will serve all-vegan food. Señor Sisig owns multiple food trucks located...

SF Transamerica Building Sells For $650 Million

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco’s iconic Transamerica Pyramid building, located in San Francisco’s financial district, has changed hands for the first time. On October 28, real...

Retailer Gap Inc. Plans To Close 350 Stores By 2024

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco-based clothing retailer Gap announced on October 21 that they will close 350 stores by early 2024. That number means that the...

Another Walgreens Is Closing Its Doors In San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO—The Walgreens at 790 Van Ness Ave. will permanently close its doors on Nov. 11 due to continuous shoplifting incidents, according to company...

Alfred’s Steakhouse Closes After 92 Years Of Business

SAN FRANCISCO—Local restaurant Alfred’s steakhouse has permanently closed after 92 years of business. The sudden closure was first reported by The San Francisco Chronicle,...

Dropbox To Make Remote Work Permanent

SAN FRANCISCO—Dropbox, San Francisco-based tech company, announced on October 13 that it will become a "Virtual First" company, making remote work primary for all...

“Toy Boat Cafe” Vandalized And Robbed

SAN FRANCISCO—A popular ice cream store in San Francisco was vandalized and robbed last week. Toy Boat Cafe, located on Clement Street, recently re-opened...

San Francisco Starts Universal Basic Income For Artists

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced a plan for economic recovery, including a basic income program for artists, expanding the Shared Spaces program,...

H&M To Close 250 Stores In 2021

STOCKHOLM— On October 1, Sweden-based clothing store, H&M, announced they will close 250 stores in 2021. The retailer is known for its affordable fashion,...

San Francisco Resumes Indoor Dining, Worship With Limited Capacity

SAN FRANCISCO—Mayor London Breed announced the City of San Francisco will allow indoor dining and places of worship to host people at 25% capacity...
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