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Modest gain breaks Dow’s 6-day losing streak

The Dow Jones industrial average broke a six-day losing streak Thursday, notching a small gain after the government released better unemployment numbers. The Dow rose 19.98 points to close at 12,855.04, after rising... [Read entire story]

Cantor Fitzgerald hits Las Vegas on big sports bet

In his ground-level office on a back street of Las Vegas, Lee Amaitis is worlds away from the 15-story building in London where he served as the second in command at Cantor Fitzgerald until 2008. Rather than looking [Read entire story]

Home Depot, Lowe’s could see sales boost

Spending on construction of new residential housing and improvements to existing homes is at a three-year high, a trend that may boost sales at Home Depot and Lowe's. Private-residential fixed investment, which [Read entire story]

Facebook Roadshow Comes to Palo Alto

Facebook Roadshow Comes to Palo Alto

Facebook's national roadshow comes back home to the Bay Area Friday, just down the street from where the company got its start. [Read entire story]

A Lot Riding on Twitter Move for SF

A Lot Riding on Twitter Move for SF

As San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee put on a hard hat to take a tour of what he helped create, somewhere in the Mid-Market area rents were skyrocketing.Photo Credit: Getty Images [Read entire story]

Breast Feeding on Time Magazine Cover Raises Controversy

Breast Feeding on Time Magazine Cover Raises Controversy

Time Magazine went way out there to draw attention to get readers interesting in parenting. They used a mother exposing her breast while breastfeeding her son...who is almost four years old.NBC Bay Area's Cheryl Hurd is [Read entire story]

Mayan Skull Believed Magical Takes a Tumble in German Lab

Mayan Skull Believed Magical Takes a Tumble in German Lab

If the world ends this year, one German scientist just might feel a little guilty about it.Photo Credit: Getty Images [Read entire story]

Family Feels Lucky After Fire Rips Santa Clara Home

Family Feels Lucky After Fire Rips Santa Clara Home

Kevin Lim and his wife are staying with friends for a second night. They are not being allowed back inside their Santa Clara townhome. It's still unsafe more than 24 hours after a massive fire ripped... [Read entire story]

Silicon Valley Companies Get Millions In Stimulus Funds

Silicon Valley Companies Get Millions In Stimulus Funds

Investigative reporter Stephen Stock uncovers some surprising winners in the quest to land millions of your tax dollars. [Read entire story]

St. Ignatius’ bid for first WCAL tourney title falls short due to miscues

SANTA CLARA — The St. Ignatius baseball team played like a it had a 44-year-old gorilla on its back against Serra in the West Catholic Athletic League championship game on Thursday at Santa Clara University’s Stephen [Read entire story]

Lowell put on probation for celebration

The Lowell High School girls’ soccer team has been put on probation for four years by the San Francisco Section. The sanction was originally reported by the Twitter feed of The Lowell, the school’s newspaper, and [Read entire story]

Tigers pounce on Colon, A’s unable to claw back

When Bartolo Colon gets tagged, the damage usually comes in the fourth inning. But Thursday night, he couldn’t get that far as the A’s were pummeled 10-6 by the Detroit Tigers. The Tigers knocked Colon (3-3) out of [Read entire story]

Six draftees agree to four-year contracts

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What the preservation vote says about the 2012 supervisors

What the preservation vote says about the 2012 supervisors

What does it mean that a historic preservation law favored by developers and promoted by Sup. Scott Wiener passed the Board of Supervisors 8-3? Maybe nothing. Historic preservation is a strange poliltical issue, favored [Read entire story]

How to Make Pinterest Work For You

NBC Bay Area's Garvin Thomas talks with the co-author of "The Power of Pinterest" about the rise in popularity of the social networking site. Christi Tullis explains how small businesses can get most out of their pins. [Read entire story]

Sailing Victim Gets Posthumous Degree

Sailing Victim Gets Posthumous Degree

One of the people who died during a sailing race around the Farallon Islands will get a college degree posthumously this weekend. [Read entire story]

Fire Rages at Santa Clara Apartment Complex

Fire Rages at Santa Clara Apartment Complex

A five alarm fire destroys at least one town home in Santa Clara. [Read entire story]

In God They Trust

In God They Trust

The Dominican Sisters who run San Francisco's Immaculate Conception Academy were facing some tough choices: continue doing business they way they were, and their school might cease to [Read entire story]

Twitter HQ: Details revealed

It turns out that all the hyperbole about the Twitter effect on the Mid-Market district was, if anything, understated. Shorenstein Properties Chairman Douglas Shorenstein took Mayor Ed Lee and reporters today through [Read entire story]

SEIU reps pleased with tentative contract

SEIU reps pleased with tentative contract

SEIU workers march April 18, demanding a contract much like the one they got PHOTO BY ANNA BAKALIS After heated negotiations, the city has come to a tentative two-year contract agreement with SEIU [Read entire story]