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It’s happening here: Mission Bay’s blockbuster corner has billions of dollars of projects under construction or planned

From beakers to baskets, the 1.5 million square feet of construction planned at 16th and Third streets makes the intersection one of the hottest in the Bay Area. It also will make the Mission Bay neighborhood one of the [Read entire story]

Hudson Pacific CEO dishes on best west coast office markets

Victor Coleman leads Hudson Pacific Properties, Silicon Valley’s largest public office landlord with 7.3 million square feet of property. It also owns another 2.2 million square feet in San Francisco, with tech giant [Read entire story]

Exclusive: How Comcast and a celebrity chef are launching this S.F. hotel

The South Beach hotel is the first new ground-up hotel to be built in San Francisco since 2008. [Read entire story]

The 10 Bay Area CEOs with the highest employee approval ratings

The people have spoken. Job listings and ratings website Glassdoor has published its 2017 list of Highest Rated CEOs across the country. The list is entirely based on employee feedback. The Glassdoor list, which ranks [Read entire story]

Exclusive: WeWork is coming to Oakland

WeWork will open a co-working space in Oakland, its 13th location in the Bay Area and first in the East Bay's biggest city. The company leased 75,000 square feet in 1111 Broadway, a downtown skyscraper a block from the [Read entire story]

Big Banks Survive Stress Tests

Big Banks Survive Stress Tests

U.S. banks passed the first round of stress tests issued by the Federal Reserve to determine whether the banks could survive potential recessions, according to CNBC.The results released Thursday showed...Photo Credit: [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]

S.F. health company lays off 20 as it aims for profitability

San Francisco digital health company Omada Health has cut 20 people, about 10 percent of its workforce, as it raised another $50 million in funding this month. Founded in 2011, the company developed a diabetes [Read entire story]

California’s Insurance Commissioner Upsets Coal Country

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Officials from Oklahoma and more than a dozen other states have sent two letters to California’s insurance commissioner, asking that he stop pressing insurance companies to publicly disclose [Read entire story]

California’s Insurance Commissioner Upsets Coal Country

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Officials from Oklahoma and more than a dozen other states have sent two letters to California’s insurance commissioner, asking that he stop pressing insurance companies to publicly disclose [Read entire story]

You Can Now Watch SF Giants Games in Virtual Reality

Major League Baseball is working with Intel's virtual reality team to broadcast games in the virtual world.An Intel team recently did just that at AT&T Park, the home of the San Francisco Giants, by placing virtual [Read entire story]

Regulators Fail To Impose Emissions Cap On Bay Area Oil Refineries

RICHMOND (KPIX 5) — Bay Area air quality regulators wanted to impose emission limits on refineries. But the plan would have let some refineries pump 25 percent more emissions into the air than they currently [Read entire story]

Regulators Fail To Impose Emissions Cap On Bay Area Oil Refineries

RICHMOND (KPIX 5) — Bay Area air quality regulators wanted to impose emission limits on refineries. But the plan would have let some refineries pump 25 percent more emissions into the air than they currently [Read entire story]

Diageo To Purchase George Clooney’s Casamigos Tequila For $1 Billion

LONDON (CBS SF) – George Clooney could soon be a billionaire. On Wednesday, multinational alcoholic beverage company Diageo plc announced a $1 Billion deal to purchase Clooney’s Casamigos brand of tequila. As [Read entire story]

Business News Roundup, June 22

Kia has claimed the top spot in a survey of new vehicle quality for the second straight year. Genesis — a luxury brand owned by Hyundai Motor Co. — was second in J.D. Power’s annual initial quality survey. The [Read entire story]

Could one of these cities be the next Silicon Valley of the world?

Could there be another Silicon Valley on the horizon? [Read entire story]

No greenhouse-gas caps on Bay Area oil refineries, for now

Board members of the Bay Area Air Quality Management District on Wednesday delayed voting on a plan to create the nation’s first greenhouse-gas limits for oil refineries, saying the proposal had changed so many times [Read entire story]

Wall Street Journal fires correspondent over ethical conflict

The Wall Street Journal fired its highly regarded chief foreign affairs correspondent Wednesday, after evidence emerged of his involvement in prospective commercial deals — including one involving arms sales to foreign [Read entire story]

Spotify’s sponsored songs; a missing toe; cybersecurity badges

A missing human toe has left a bad taste in the mouths of the owners of the Downtown Hotel in Dawson City, Yukon. The CBC reported that the digit is crucial in the hotel’s Sourtoe Cocktail, a shot of whiskey with the [Read entire story]