San Francisco

Judge Rejects Airbnb's Bid to Halt San Francisco Ordinance

The San Francisco ordinance, enacted in August, makes it illegal for Airbnb to collect fees for providing booking services for rentals that had not been properly registered with the city.

Reuters

· 3 min read

6 Regions Where Tech Jobs Boom the Housing Is Scary Expensive

Tech companies bidding for coveted talent are indirectly driving housing costs higher than most people can easily afford.

John Boitnott

· 6 min read

Apple Unveils New Store Design

The goal of the new look is to give shoppers the experience of setting foot in the headquarters of the company.

Reuters

· 3 min read

I Wanted to Visit San Francisco on Someone Else's Dime. I Ended Up With the Perfect Job.

Here's what I learned from interviewing for a job I didn't really want -- but I got the gig, and it launched my career.

Carol Roth

· 6 min read

New Report Labels Boston a Better Hub for Startups Than San Francisco

Quality of life and community connections matter more than the quantity of new companies in a given city, according to the study.

Lydia Belanger

· 3 min read

Google Glass-Based Startup Raises $17 Million in Funding

Augmendix, based in San Francisco, has raised $40 million so far.

Reuters

· 1 min read

San Francisco Demands Uber and Lyft Drivers Get Business Licenses

Not only are these licenses not free, but you'll be charged for years you previously drove without one.

David Murphy

· 3 min read

Smokers Get Burned When it Comes to Payday

A new study suggests that smoking not only harms to physical health, but finances too.

Reuters

· 3 min read

Uber Agrees to Cough Up $10 Million to Settle California Suit on Misleading Customers

'It sends a clear message to all businesses, and to startups in particular, that in the quest to quickly obtain market share laws designed to protect consumers cannot be ignored,' San Francisco DA says.

Reuters

· 2 min read

San Francisco Becomes First U.S. City to Mandate Paid Parental Leave

The unanimously approved law allows parents to receive their full salary for six weeks, beginning in 2017.

Reuters

· 3 min read