American Eagle Sues Westfield for Security 'Failures' and 'Broken Promises' That Let a San Francisco Mall 'Deteriorate Into Disarray'
The lawsuit alleges Westfield allowed the property to deteriorate and become a hub for criminal activity, resulting in more than 100 security incidents in the American Eagle store between May 2020 and May 2023.
Nearly 60% of the Global Workforce Is 'Quiet Quitting,' and Disengagement Levels Are Higher for Fully Remote Workers, According to a New Report
A new Gallup poll revealed that a significant portion of employees (59%) experienced "quiet quitting" in 2022, indicating a sense of detachment from their roles. Over half of the global workforce (51%) actively sought new job opportunities.
Netflix Engineer Goes Missing In San Francisco Two Weeks After Moving There. "We're Going To Find Him," His Brother Says.
Yohanes Kidane, 22, was last seen getting into an Uber a week ago. Nobody has heard from him since.
A 166-Year-Old Luxury Retailer Says This Might Be Its 'Last' Holiday Season Due to the 'Profound Erosion' of San Francisco
The owner of San Francisco luxury department store Gumps took out a full-page ad in "The San Francisco Chronicle" to express concern over the city's current state and call on city officials to clean up the streets.
Self-driving vehicles have hit the streets of San Francisco, and some locals are less than thrilled, especially after an unexpectedly traffic jam was triggered over the weekend.
In a massive garage sale, Musk is pawning away all the old office furniture, memorabilia, and art.
Several other parties, including Rhode Island-based brewery Narragansett Beer and Bay Area entrepreneurs, have expressed interest in preserving Anchor Brewing's legacy.
'Never Going Back to the Way It Was': Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff Has a Grim Outlook on a Once Bustling Downtown
Major retailers like Whole Foods, Uniqlo, Gap, and Nordstrom Rack have closed their downtown San Francisco locations. Other city centers are facing similar challenges in a post-pandemic environment.
The San Francisco-based company was reportedly losing millions of dollars annually.
The news comes a month after the mall's biggest retailer, Nordstrom, announced it would not be renewing its lease at the San Francisco shopping center, closing up shop by August.
The ad campaign includes the city's first-ever television commercial.
Bankrupt Wine Company Owes Millions In Bottles, Customers Left Wondering What Went Wrong and Where the Wine Went
Underground Cellar aimed to revolutionize how wine enthusiasts purchased and stored wine. However, the company's abrupt shutdown has customers seething with questions — and anger — about millions of dollars owed in wine.
In a recent tweet, the tech CEO chimed in about retailers like Whole Foods and Nordstrom leaving downtown San Francisco due to crime.
The retailer's two locations on Market Street will shut down by August.
After taking out a loan to help pay her property taxes, Rosemarie Benter says she was victim of a scheme that led to a wrongful foreclosure. Now she's fighting to stay in the home she's had since 1991.