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The Leaning Millennium Tower may tilt 10 more inches by 2019, lawyers say

San Francisco's sinking, leaning Millennium Tower could tilt 10 more inches to the side by 2019, lawyers for homeowners in the building argued this week in court, in a bid to get a trial next year, NBC reports. “At [Read entire story]

Here are the 10 best school districts in the San Francisco metro area for 2018

Parents looking for the best school districts in the S.F. metro area should take their search to the suburbs, according to new rankings from school data website Niche. Of the top 10 school districts listed in the search [Read entire story]

Kalanick won’t be back as CEO, Uber chairman says

Ousted former CEO Travis Kalanick will not be back to helm the company, Uber Technologies Inc.'s chairman said this week, despite recent reports that Kalanick has been trying to regain control of the ride-hailing [Read entire story]

Salesforce powers offices using S.F.’s clean energy program

San Francisco software behemoth Salesforce.com Inc. is using the city's clean energy program to power its offices in two local highrises, the company said this week. “We know that businesses are powerful platforms for [Read entire story]

Ex-Uber CEO Travis Kalanick reportedly tried to regain control of the company recently

Uber Technologies Inc. has passed new rules forbidding board members from contacting employees at the ride-hailing firm for assistance or information, a change that was sparked by the company's former CEO trying to drum [Read entire story]

Bay Area ferry ridership hits new high, as commuters try to avoid gridlock

Bay Area ferries carrying commuters, visitors and tourists across the San Francisco Bay from different cities have hit a new ridership high in July, the Water Emergency Transportation Authority said this week. The trend [Read entire story]

Fintech lender Prosper’s valuation dives 70% in latest funding round

San Francisco fintech Prosper is about to close on $50 million in funding, in a round that slashes its value 70 percent to $550 million, The Information reports . That a steep decrease from the $1.9 billion valuation [Read entire story]

SoFi CEO teases IPO following record second-quarter results

San Francisco Social Finance Inc. is hinting that it will go public sooner rather than later, as the online lender reported record loan volume and earnings for the second quarter. CEO Mike Cagney told investors that [Read entire story]

Trifecta of factors propel Yelp stock’s 28% leap today

Shares in San Francisco-based online review site Yelp have leapt almost 30 percent this morning. Here's what jacked the stock: Yelp agreed to sell its Eat24 online food-ordering app to GrubHub for $287.5 million in [Read entire story]

Have a favorite San Francisco restaurant? Voting is now open for the best local spots

If there's one thing San Franciscans like to talk about, it's food — and we'd like to know what you have to say. In our first-ever reader survey of restaurant favorites for the city, we'd like to see your must-have [Read entire story]

These 10 zip codes are the hardest places to build housing in the Bay Area

The San Francisco Bay Area's notoriety for sluggishness when it comes to building new housing is not news to anyone following the current crisis of supply and demand — but where exactly it is most difficult to build [Read entire story]

New $604 million plan for Market Street would ban cars, add bike lanes

The City of San Francisco has debuted a new $604 million plan to remake Market Street, with a proposal that would ban private cars and add bikes lanes while totally remaking the sidewalks throughout. Cars driven by Lyft [Read entire story]

Would you pay $14.5 million for this Bay Area mansion with 12 bedrooms?

A massive estate with 12 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms and its own vineyard has just come on the market and it will only cost you $14.5 million to call it home. Located in the posh Peninsula enclave of Hillsborough, the estate [Read entire story]

Wagyu pay $180 for this sandwich coming to SoMa soon?

Plans from Tokyo restaurant Wagyumafia to bring its high-end sandwiches, some of which cost as much as $180, to San Francisco's SoMa neighborhood, are already raising eyebrows in the city. Founders Hisato Hamada and [Read entire story]

Video: Wall Street voices its frustration over latest Wells Fargo scandal

Market watchers and banking analysts are publicly taking Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC) to task for not earlier disclosing that the bank had overcharged 800,000 customers for its auto loan insurance, CNBC reports. The New York [Read entire story]

Tech bus shuttle operator Bauer’s receives self-driving test permit

Tech industry bus shuttle operator Bauer’s Intelligent Transportation has received a self-driving test permit, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. That means Bauer's is now joining the ranks of companies like Tesla [Read entire story]

Despite ridership drop off, all BART employees will get bonus

Despite a systemwide drop off in ridership, almost all BART employees will receive a $500 ridership bonus in their paychecks next month as part of their labor contract, the transit agency said this week. San Francisco [Read entire story]

Meet the Bay Area’s top 10 developers in 2017

The Greater Bay Area's 50 biggest developers have nearly 190 million square feet of projects in the pipeline combined. Our list of the top 50 developers is ranked by the size of their Bay Area pipelines, which include [Read entire story]

Uber eyes Meg Whitman and 5 others for CEO

Uber Technologies has a short list of less than six candidates for its CEO job, and one of those names is Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. CEO Meg Whitman, Bloomberg reports. Citing sources familiar with the matter, [Read entire story]

S.F. supes give new cannabis office two big assignments

The City of San Francisco's Board of Supervisors have given the city's brand new Office of Cannabis two major directives during its first week in operation, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. The city's supes would [Read entire story]