All Bay, All Day
Kaiser Permanente responded to 32 union protests being held across California during February and March by calling them "uncalled for and counterproductive."
San Francisco's oldest gay bar may be saved and relocated using a model that kept another gay bar in The City from closing last year, a supervisor's office said.
Former Uber Chief Executive Officer Travis Kalanick wrapped up his second and last day on the stand in federal court in San Francisco Wednesday by repeating his claim that he didn't hire a top Google engineer for the purpose of stealing technology secrets for driverless cars.
The San Mateo-based company's disappointing first-quarter forecast, along with mixed fourth-quarter results, left Wall Street questioning the sport-camera maker's direction.
The state of California is imposing sanctions against Wells Fargo, including suspending investment in hundreds of millions of dollars in securities.
A farm labor contractor and a winemaker must pay $42,300 in penalties for providing poor housing conditions to farm workers in Sonoma County, U.S. Department of Labor officials said.
Between June and September 2015, labor department officials conducted an investigation…
August Bay Area home sales dropped more than 10 percent from July, but were up nearly 5 percent from a year ago.
The Dreamforce conference, featuring top-name speakers and performers, has taken over San Francisco this week.
T-Mobile is being investigated by the FTC for "cramming" charges onto customers' bills.
Activists affixed Verizon cell phones with stickers warning of negative health effects.
After announcing it would close at the end of April, legendary Le Video will remain open.
Former Bank of America CEO Kenneth Lewis has been banned from leading public companies.
Facebook is mulling a plan to deploy high-altitude drones to provide Internet access.
Change appears to be on the horizon for the dysfunctional American patent system.
China is planting more vineyards as producers in France and California struggle to keep up.
Twitter boosted the estimated share price of its highly-anticipated IPO to between $23 and $25.
Amid furious debate, California's largest casino in Rohnert Park is ready to start dealing cards Tuesday.
A federal jury Wednesday found that Countrywide – acquired by Bank of America — defrauded mortgage firms.
Wells Fargo, the biggest US mortgage lender, said it would cut 925 jobs due to a decline in home refinancing.
Corporate raider Carl Icahn said he has taken a "large position" in Apple, calling the tech giant "extremely undervalued."
Bank of America may face civil charges over its mortgage products during the financial crisis.
Social networking giant Facebook Wednesday briefly breached its 2012 IPO price of $38 a share.
San Francisco-based Wells Fargo Bank has deposed a Chinese firm to become the world's largest bank.
The Bay Area — specifically the East Bay — is leading the way as the national housing market rebounds.
George Zimmer, whose raspy voice famously guaranteed how good men would look in his suits, is out of a job.
A former executive with The Wine Tasting Network is a wanted man after he failed to show up in federal court Monday.
The extra-large serving of proposed restrictions is aimed at placating The City's restaurants.
The rush to mobile has put the squeeze on Zynga, forcing hundreds of layoffs and the closure of several studios.
Apple's Tim Cook faced pointed question from a House committee over "sham" subsidiaries and offshore tax strategies.
Yahoo! scheduled a news conference Monday amid reports it was in talks for a billion-dollar acquisition of Tumblr.
California accuses the Wall Street bank of illegally abusing and harassing credit-card customers with lawsuits.
Palo Alto-based electric car maker Tesla posted its first-ever profit of $11 million in the first quarter.
The Chron premieres its new site with paid content this weekend, but will readers fork over $12/month for more C.W. Nevius?
It is a sober day for college students and cheap winos throughout the Golden State.
Paxti's Chicago Pizza, famous for their deep dish pizzas, reaches deep in its pockets to settle unpaid Healthy SF fees.
Turns out Sean Penn is to SF foodies as Bono is to Africa: saving the world, one drinking hole at a time.