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How the Warriors requirement for a 30-year ‘membership’ fee to buy season tickets will work

Exact pricing for the membership haven’t been released, but team officials said half of the stadium’s roughly 12,000 season tickets will come with a per-seat cost of less than $15,000 and the other half costing more. [Read entire story]

Kitty Hawk hunts commercial drone market

The company sells its platform in a tiered “freemium” pricing model. Kitty Hawk now has 32,000 users and 80,000 logged flights on its platform across a range of industries. [Read entire story]

This startup wants to improve the efficiency of companies like Chevron and Shell by removing unnecessary tools and paperwork

Progressly offers an operational performance management platform designed to cut down on operational efficiencies and drive growth. [Read entire story]

Pay up, or else: How cybercriminals have used Silicon Valley lessons to turn ransomware into a big business

As hackers adopt software industry models, ransomware is becoming even more lethal — and expensive. [Read entire story]

Well-known S.F. coding bootcamp will close by the end of the year

Dev Bootcamp, one of the schools that kicked off the coding bootcamp craze, is shutting its doors at the end of the year. The company is closing because it isn't profitable, according to an announcement posted on [Read entire story]

What business can learn from UC’s battle against sexual harassment

Experts say universities are a 'breeding ground' for workplace behavior. [Read entire story]

How Prop 13 helped lead to this East Bay’s town ‘fiscal emergency’

The declaration of a fiscal emergency allows Moraga to put a general fund tax increase on the ballot in an off-year election, when data shows measures are more likely to pass. [Read entire story]

Talking housing with Trulia’s chief economist on our Structures Podcast

The Bay Area's housing prices are near or at all time highs, leading to concerns over the economic impact of scarce affordable housing and issues first-time homebuyers face while trying to get a foot in the [Read entire story]

Branding company says cannabis businesses should emulate this industry

Unlike most Bay Area-based companies who build a regional base before expanding overseas, Trinity Brand Group was started with the initial idea of being cross-continental. [Read entire story]

Why the Bay Area is one of the worst regions to get a return on your Airbnb listing

San Francisco may be home to tech unicorn Airbnb, but it has clashed head-on with the company over criticism that short-term rental sites tie up housing supply in a region already undergoing a massive housing [Read entire story]

Are California employers ready for new criminal record hiring rules?

New rules from the the California Fair Employment and Housing Council going into effect next month significantly limit the ability for the state’s employers to consider criminal history when making employment [Read entire story]

How this hybrid cloud storage provider landed clients like Disney and Dreamworks

Swiftstack was formed in the early days of public cloud computing when tech giants like Amazon and Google were getting into the fray. The San Francisco company saw a market opportunity in creating storage products for [Read entire story]

Highfive tries to ease conference call pain with hardware, software

For most employees, an invitation to a video conference call is actually an invitation for valuable time wasted fumbling with cords, screens and remotes trying to get the software to work. [Read entire story]

Here’s how much top Bay Area CEOs are spending on their security

It's no surprise that many CEOs often have company private cars, chartered jets and other perks at their disposals. But what about the costs of having round-the-clock security for high profile execs like Mark [Read entire story]

Six ways this new state law will change the cannabis industry

California lawmakers’ approval of the state budget on last week came with a piece of attached legislation with major implications for the cannabis industry, which is in its first year as a fully regulated business [Read entire story]

Exclusive: Beloved Uptown Oakland eatery Picán to shutter

Over the past year, a series of restaurants credited with the revitalization of the neighborhood as a cultural and culinary hub have shut down, including Ozumo Oakland which is located next door to Picán. [Read entire story]

Meet the highest-paid female executives in the Bay Area for 2017

This year our annual list of the highest-paid women in Bay Area business includes executives across different sectors and over a range of high-powered C-suite positions, proving that the region continues to be one of the [Read entire story]

The age-old story of starting your business by getting hit by a car

It’s not every person who’s thankful for being hit by a car. Of course, it’s also not every person who can go from sleeping on park benches to starting and owning multiple businesses in less than five [Read entire story]

This week’s episode of our Structures podcast takes on Oakland’s building boom

The second episode of Structures, the San Francisco Business Times real estate podcast, is focused on Oakland, which is in the midst of a development boom not seen for decades in the city. In our first segment “New [Read entire story]

This week’s episode of our Structures podcast takes on Oakland’s building boom

The second episode of Structures, the San Francisco Business Times real estate podcast, is focused on Oakland, which is in the midst of a development boom not seen for decades in the city. In our first segment “New [Read entire story]