Tag: business

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...

Cocktail Delivery Service Changes Pricing, Delivery Methods

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Cocktail Club, a local alcohol delivery service, has changed their marketing methods to suit customers. The San Francisco Cocktail Club...

San Francisco Restaurants Given Temporary Liquor Licenses

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Board of Supervisors Land Use and Transportation Committee unanimously agreed with the legislation which gives a liquor license to some...

Local Indian Restaurant, Dosa, Closes Permanently

SAN FRANCISCO—Local Indian restaurant Dosa permanently closed its last location at 1700 Fillmore St. Owned and operated by married couple Anjan and Emily Mitra,...

Pay Cuts For Tech Employees Leaving The Bay Area

SAN FRANCISCO—Stripe, a financial services and software company headquartered in San Francisco, plans to pay employees who move out of San Francisco, New York,...

San Francisco Continues Reopening Plans

SAN FRANCISCO—The city of San Francisco started to allow more businesses to reopen indoors on Monday, September 14. Hair and nail salons, barbershops, gyms,...
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