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How Many Bodyguards Does It Take to Protect Mark Zuckerberg's 5-Bedroom Mansion?
Hint: More than a baker's dozen.
San Francisco's Largest Yellow Cab Company Files for Bankruptcy Protection
The company's president blamed competition from ride-sharing services such as Uber and Lyft, among other factors.
Refinancing, Refined: Why This Company Is the 'TurboTax for Mortgages'
The archaic mortgage process gets a tech upgrade.
Uber Class-Action Suit Allowed to Expand to More Drivers
Drivers are seeking reimbursement for expenses including vehicle maintenance and the cost of gas, which the company does not currently pay for.
For Tech Companies in the Bay Area, Gender Diversity Still Lags
A new study revealed the most diverse players in the tech sector as major companies make public efforts to hire more women and minorities.
How This Private-Aviation Training Agency Takes Service to New Heights
SkyAngels is out to make the skies a bit friendlier for flyers.
Luxury Bus Company Leap Declares Bankruptcy, Auctions Buses for $5
The San Francisco-based company used to serve fresh-pressed juice to commuters.
It's Official: Apple to Unveil New iPhone September 9
Siri's a real charmer when she drops hints.
Google Is Launching a Tool That Will Tell You if Solar Panels Are Right for You
The database will tell you what you're likely to save in energy costs and will also put you in touch with a local installer.
Uber's Class Action Case Might Set Risky Precedent, Lawyer Warns
If considered a class action, the lawsuit filed by three Uber drivers in San Francisco could grow to include more than 160,000 California drivers.