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11 foodie trends to watch from this year’s Fancy Food Show

The Winter Fancy Food Show has officially landed at San Francisco's Moscone Center — and Bay Area companies are once again at the forefront of some of the biggest trends in the industry. Covering more than three and [Read entire story]

Donut Shop Selling Tide Pod-Designed Doughnuts

A Kansas doughnut chain is using the latest social media stunt, the Tide Pod challenge, to promote a new kind of doughnut. Hurts Donut joined in on the craze by selling the doughnut version of the laundry capsule. [Read entire story]

Deputies move to clear major homeless camp in Orange County

ANAHEIM — Orange County authorities on Monday went tent to tent telling the homeless living in a 2-mile-long encampment that the large riverbed community some have called home for years is being closed down. [Read entire story]

Oregon voters weigh tax to fund rising Medicaid cost

PORTLAND, Ore. — Oregon aggressively expanded its Medicaid rolls under the Affordable Care Act, adding enough people to leave only 5 percent of its population uninsured — one of America’s lowest rates. [Read entire story]

Daveed Diggs’ Oakland-based ‘Blindspotting’ debuts at Sundance: What the critics are saying

"Hamilton" alum Daveed Diggs, who was born and raised around Oakland and Berkeley, and director Carlos López Estrada are facing film critics with their newest work, "Blindspotting," a story about an ex-con (Diggs) [Read entire story]

SOLD! | 1720-24 Larkin | Russian Hill Multi-Unit | $5,200,000

When in doubt, write an offer, tie it up, do your research, and hopefully it all turns out. That’s how we got this amazing development opportunity at 1720 Larkin, in Russian Hill, and how we got it WAY below [Read entire story]

This is what makes S.F. the nation’s most competitive housing market

In possibly a bit of unwelcome news for prospective homebuyers, San Francisco comes up on top in a LendingTree ranking of the most competitive housing markets in the country. The online lending exchange identified the [Read entire story]

Inside Amazon’s store of the future: no lines, no cashiers

SEATTLE — The first clue that there’s something unusual about Amazon’s store of the future hits you right at the front door. It feels as if you are entering a subway station. A row of gates guard the entrance to [Read entire story]

Jared Goff, Derek Carr named as Pro Bowl replacements

California has plenty of Pro Bowl quarterback possibilities heading into 2018. The 2018 Pro Bowl is six days away, and the close of the conference championship games means we know the Super Bowl teams. Those two teams [Read entire story]

Wagyumafia’s Plan For SF Outpost Whacked

The Omakase Group partnership is off the table Wagyumafia, a Tokyo-based purveyor of high-end beef cutlet sandwiches, won’t be coming to San Francisco after all. Local restaurateur Kash Feng (Omakase, Okane, Dumpling [Read entire story]

New rules written to prevent repeat of Oscars blunder

LOS ANGELES — After taking responsibility for the best picture blunder at the Oscars last year, Tim Ryan of PwC got down to business. He grilled the partners who made the gaffe, then personally reached [Read entire story]

Venture industry worried about Washington push to curb investments from China

Venture industry leaders on Thursday warned of possible unintended consequences from proposed legislation in Congress to tap the brakes on foreign direct investment in the United States. The bill addresses concerns [Read entire story]

Silicon Valley’s lazy work habits give China an edge, famed Sequoia VC says

Sequoia Capital partner Michael Moritz, a prominent venture capitalist with a history of making controversial public statements, says Silicon Valley’s tech workers are lazy and entitled, and should be more like their [Read entire story]

Apple still owes Ireland $16B in taxes, despite decision to bring cash back home, EU says

Apple is still on the hook for $16 billion in taxes it owes the Irish government, despite the company’s decision to bring back some $245 billion in cash held overseas and pay U.S. corporate income taxes, the European [Read entire story]

Google CEO says he doesn’t regret firing author of controversial gender memo

Google CEO Sundar Pichai has no doubt his company did the right thing firing James Damore, the engineer who wrote a controversial 10-page memo arguing, among other things, that the gender gap in software engineering is [Read entire story]

Beset By Traffic Via Navigation Apps, Town Restricts Access

LEONIA, N.J. (AP) — A town less than two miles from the George Washington Bridge is putting up the “keep out” sign for motorists seeking a shortcut to the world’s busiest span. As a response to navigation apps [Read entire story]

Louise Turpin’s Sister Alleges ‘Dark Family Secret’ of Abuse

The sister of a Southern California mother accused of holding her 13 children captive in what authorities called a "torture chamber" alleges a family member sexually abused her, her siblings and their mother...Photo [Read entire story]

5 movies with scenes that show San Francisco

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What Jets needs could impact 49ers in the NFL Draft?

The Jets have the sixth overall pick in the NFL Draft. Do the 49ers need to worry about losing a big need to them? There are at least seven teams and eight picks before the San Francisco 49ers get around to making a pick [Read entire story]

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Shares Her #MeToo Moment

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the 84-year-old Supreme Court justice known for her boldness, spoke Sunday at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah about a moment in college when she was put in a difficult position as a young...Photo [Read entire story]