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Do you have what LinkedIn says is one of the highest-paying jobs for 2017?

LinkedIn's annual survey of salaries is clear: If you want to pull in beaucoup bucks, medicine is the place to be. For its "2017 U.S. State of Salary Report," LinkedIn looked at two million member profiles and then [Read entire story]

The Bay Area’s highest-paid athletes in 2018 include Steph Curry, Kevin Durant and Buster Posey

Ever wondered how much your favorite Bay Area Athletes make? Now you know. These 25 athletes make a combined $391 million for their work on the diamond, field, rink and court. But for the first time in years, the San [Read entire story]

These Bay Area school districts have the best teachers in 2018 — and here’s how much they make

The Bay Area has some of the state's best teachers, new data from rankings site Niche shows, and the cream of the crop are working in the suburbs. Niche's best teachers ranking assessed 10,541 public school districts [Read entire story]

Pier 70 gets approval for as many as 2,150 new homes

San Francisco's Planning Commission last week approved a 28-acre mixed use development at Pier 70, but the two possible proposals for the site from developer Forest City have very different visions of its eventual [Read entire story]

As right-wing rally approaches, businesses near Crissy Field are forced to shutter

Plans for an right-wing, pro-President Donald Trump rally this weekend at San Francisco's Crissy Field have forced businesses near the area to close up shop, as authorities prepare for possible violence in the [Read entire story]

Turmoil at Uber has quashed its private equity valuation down as much as 15%

The continuing turmoil at Uber Technologies Inc. has caused several investors to mark down their valuations of the company by as much as 15 percent, the Wall Street Journal reports, citing the third -quarter filings of [Read entire story]

Former Oakland solar company Sungevity to rebrand, merge, move to SoCal in new deal with Horizon Solar

The merger with another California solar giant, Horizon Solar Power, will create the state's second-largest residential solar company and the nation's fourth largest. [Read entire story]

Chevron CEO John Watson will step down by next month, no successor named

The chief executive officer of Chevron Corp. will step down by next month, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday, as the energy behemoth looks to change course amid an increasingly fractious oil sector. The San [Read entire story]

9 San Francisco eateries our readers recommend for great service

San Francisco may have some of the nation's most expensive dining options, but it also ranks high in another category — the quality of service diners can expect when they show up for a meal. Our first annual survey [Read entire story]

These are the best Bay Area schools for STEM programs

Bay Area parents who are looking for local schools with strong science, technology, engineering and mathematics will find some of the state's best here, according to new rankings from school data website Niche, with a [Read entire story]

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

Of the top 10 school districts listed in the search area, Bay Area suburbs comprised all 10, with seven of them located in the East Bay. [Read entire story]

Here are the San Francisco metro area’s best private schools for 2018

Ranging in yearly tuition from $34,150 to $44,750, the top 10 schools all carry a hefty price tag, but have significantly smaller teacher-to-student ratios than public schools. [Read entire story]

These are the top 10 best public elementary schools in the S.F. metro area for 2018

Other top areas included Albany, Piedmont and Marin's posh town of Ross — but not a single school in the City of San Francisco made the list. [Read entire story]

These are the top 5 restaurants in San Francisco to do business in

No one knows how to do business in the Bay better than our readers — and their choices for the best San Francisco eateries in which to conduct it are now in. In the third installment of our first annual reader [Read entire story]

Alameda seeks proposals to turn naval base into tech campus

The City of Alameda is now seeking proposals from design and architectural firms to turn the former Alameda Naval Air Station into a tech campus, the East Bay Times reports. The 878-acre site at Alameda Point is already [Read entire story]

Why Cloudflare CEO revoked web-hosting services for neo-Nazi site

The CEO of a San Francisco-based internet company that provided web hosting for the neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer said it revoked the site's service because the backers of the site were "bragging" about how the [Read entire story]

Bay Area electrician who was a featured speaker in Charlottesville rally no longer working

A Berkeley-based electrician who was listed as a featured speaker at last Saturday's deadly Charlottesville rally has now parted ways with his local employer, KTVU reports. Rosendin Electric's San Francisco spokesperson [Read entire story]

Why 83 percent of Bay Area renters say they plan to leave

A new study has found that 83 percent of Bay Area renters say they plan to leave the region, with two-thirds of those saying the high cost of living here will be the factor that pushes them out. The study, conducted by [Read entire story]

Would you pay $22 million for this Napa Valley estate in the middle of a land preserve?

If you're in the market for an estate with three pavilions, a gym and its own library, a Napa Valley estate has just come on the market for $21.5 million in Calistoga. Located at 777 Lommel Road, the Gleason Napa Valley [Read entire story]

Video: Kalanick pushes for VC lawsuit to go to arbitration, as Benchmark says he’s undermining Uber’s CEO search

Ousted Uber Technologies Inc. CEO Travis Kalanick has asked a Delaware judge to allow a lawsuit brought against him by a venture capital firm to be heard in private arbitration, as the struggle for control of the [Read entire story]