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Meet the 2017 Business of Pride OUTstanding voices

Our annual 'Business of Pride' publication seeks to boost visibility of LGBTQ leadership in the Bay Area community. It's our third year doing this publication and even in that short period so much has happened in the [Read entire story]

Big investment bets from the ‘Mayor of Fintech’: Here’s what’s in Rob Suber’s portfolio

Ron Suber, the president of peer-to-peer lender Prosper Marketplace, has been dubbed the “Mayor of Fintech” for his secondary position outside of his full-time job. His role in supporting or personally seeding [Read entire story]

UCSF expansion plans outgrow Mission Bay into Dogpatch

The UC Board of Regents approved more than $500 million in development projects for UC San Francisco, taking a major step in the university's long-term development plans as it continues its real estate moves in the [Read entire story]

Meet the winners of our Tech and Innovation Awards 2017

The Business Times’ annual Tech and Innovation Awards are an opportunity to profile and highlight companies and entrepreneurs driving our region’s economy. Every year, we have a chance take a peek behind the curtain [Read entire story]

Cross-industry innovators work to leave their mark

The Business Times’ Tech and Innovation Awards are an opportunity to profile and highlight companies and entrepreneurs driving our region’s economy. Every year, we have a chance take a peek behind the curtain and [Read entire story]

Hackerrank makes tech hiring better

As a software engineer at Amazon, Vivek Ravisankar spent hours in interviews screening possible recruits for the company. He estimated that sometimes it took 50 to 60 interviews to get just one candidate. His solution [Read entire story]

Electronics For Imaging continues to revolutionize the printing world

A culture around constant innovation has meant that products from Fremont-based Electronics for Imaging remain the gold standard for the printing industry. The company was founded in 1989 and helped lead the [Read entire story]

Employers win flexibility in California Supreme Court ruling on "right to rest" employment law case

The California Supreme Court has ruled on an employment law case regarding the state's "day of rest" statute, which entitles employees to one day’s rest in seven and prohibits employers to "cause" workers to work more [Read entire story]

Here are the fastest-growing tech employers in San Francisco

San Francisco's status as one of the world's hubs for technology and innovation has meant that some of the largest and most successful startups and high-tech companies in history have grown out of the city. But what [Read entire story]

Valet startup Luxe shuts down its door-to-door service

Venture-backed valet startup Luxe is shuttering its door-to-door service, which consisted of an app that requested a valet to take your car away until you needed to drive again. Users of the service were sent emails [Read entire story]

S.F. cable cars may go cashless after embezzlement arrests

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation may stop accepting cash payment for fares for the city’s iconic cable cars after another operator has been caught pocketing cash from riders. In the past two weeks cable car [Read entire story]

Oakland Airport sees biggest March in a decade, buoyed by new international routes

Driven in large part by new international routes and the status of the East Bay as a business and tourism destination, Oakland International Airport has seen another month of near-record ridership. According to the [Read entire story]

These are the highest-rated wines from the Bay Area’s biggest wineries

The top 25 on our list of largest greater Bay Area wineries produced more than 37 million cases of wine, that translates to more than 444 million bottles of the good stuff. But what's the best of the good stuff? Check [Read entire story]

Here are the S.F. jobs that saw the highest salary growth this year

Overall median pay in San Francisco for March was $67,032, a 2.7 percent jump from the year before, according to a local salary breakdown by jobs review site Glassdoor. That number is more than $15,000 higher than U.S. [Read entire story]

Nearly half of millennials are looking to leave Bay Area, according to new poll

A striking 40 percent of Bay Area residents are looking to leave the region in the next few years, driven out by suffocating gridlock, sky-high housing prices and the exorbitant cost of living, according to a new poll [Read entire story]

Here’s a map of San Francisco’s hottest rental neighborhoods

Across the city, San Francisco’s rental prices are flattening out. However, even with monthly rents for one-bedroom apartments down 9 percent year-over-year, San Francisco is still able to hold onto its dubious honor [Read entire story]

Here are the main cities luring away S.F. workers

Even with its reputation as one of the centers of innovation and skilled talent in the country, the San Francisco’s skyrocketing housing costs and ultra-high cost of living has driven some companies to reconsider [Read entire story]

Foundry III rings up one of S.F.’s highest price-per-sq.-ft. sales

Foundry III was a visible sign that the effects of the Great Recession -- which ravaged San Francisco's commercial real estate industry -- was waning. The project, developed by Tishman Speyer, was the first speculative [Read entire story]

Here are the Bay Area’s youngest billionaires, according to Forbes

The Bay Area’s status as a center of the country’s technology industry has made the region a hub for the super wealthy, according to Forbes Magazine’s annual list of billionaires. There are 2,043 billionaires on [Read entire story]

These are the financial and legal wizards in the 40 Under 40 Class of 2017

One great strength of the Bay Area business community is the top flight talent that supports and provides professional, financial and legal services to make the region's deals, acquisitions and mergers possible. That's [Read entire story]