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SFPUC, San Francisco Unified School District Celebrate Opening of First Stormwater Schoolyard Project

San Francisco, CA - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC), the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD), Supervisor Katy Tang, educators and students today celebrated the officia…
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Senators grill Google over decision to hide Google+ vulnerability

Three Republican senators are demanding answers around Alphabet Inc.-owned Google’s decision to hide a security vulnerability that exposed the private information of at least 500,000 users of its lit…
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Buzz over Bay Area exodus likely to intensify in 2019 as higher tax bills arrive

Companies large and small have captured headlines with expansions or headquarters relocations out of the Bay Area, but a growing number of startups say 2019 is when they’ll actually pack up and leave…
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Anaplan IPO soars 43 percent as markets struggle to stabilize

Anaplan CEO Frank Calderoni had a tough call to make: To send his company’s IPO out in hellaciously rough market waters Friday or let hungry investors starve for another day — possibly longer. He o…
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San Francisco's largest apartment landlord slapped with tenant lawsuit

Nearly 70 apartment tenants have sued San Francisco’s largest landlord, Veritas Investments, over living conditions in their homes. The tenants claim that Veritas has left buildings and units in disr…
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How Stanford's football-profit machine compares to Notre Dame and other top teams nationwide

Colleges often justify the hefty costs and baggage of a big-time football program by highlighting the branding boost that comes with a competitive team. What most of these nonprofit institutions fail…
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L.A. startup Bird snags ex-Uber execs as scooter wars rage on

Venice, California-based scooter startup Bird is ramping up its executive hiring to take on the likes of Lime and Uber — by enlisting its former leadership. Bird, valued at $2 billion, has added Den…
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Facebook billionaires dominate list of 12 youngest people on Forbes 400

Facebook may be mired in a series of controversies, but the Menlo Park-based social media giant has long made its founders and early investors fabulously wealthy. Forbes, which produces an annual ra…
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Tesla nearly outsold Mercedes-Benz in the U.S. this past quarter, analyst says

Palo Alto-based Tesla outsold 10 well-known luxury automakers in the U.S. in the third quarter, and is within striking distance of overtaking Mercedes-Benz in quarterly sales, analysts at Edmunds.com…
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Anaplan launches a $263.5 million IPO

Anaplan is apparently fearless, pricing its $263.5 million IPO late Thursday at the high end of its pricing range, with plans to begin trading today on the New York Stock Exchange – two days after th…
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Want to join the Bay Area exodus? Now real estate services will help you flee

With the California Association of Realtors describing “the substantial surge in homebuyers fleeing the state,” Bay Area real estate firms are taking advantage of an opportunity when they see one. Th…
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43rd Annual American Indian Film Festival

Welcome to the American Indian Film Festival. We are proud to present our 43rd season at the Brava for Women in the Arts Theater - one of the most eclectic and multifaceted arts venues in the Bay Are…
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Highlights October 9-13, 2018: School, City Leaders Join Students for Walk and Roll to School Day, Parents Explore School Options at Enrollment Fair

Thousands of students are expected to participate in San Francisco’s 10th annual Walk and Roll to School Day, including students at George Peabody Elementary School. Students will be joined by Mayor …
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Berlin and Beyond Film Festival - Autumn Showcase

America’s premiere festival of contemporary German cinema kicks off its 23rd season! The Autumn Showcase (now in its 5th anniversary edition) is highlighted with new works from the fall festival circ…
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Who are San Francisco's highest-paid public employees?

Who says that public service doesn’t pay well? San Francisco’s 25 highest-paid public employees collectively earned $9.3 million in 2017, with an average yearly wage of $372,866. The top earner pul…
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