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After vowing to never go brick-and-mortar, Everlane prepares to open third store

Everlane CEO Michael Preysman says physical storefronts are necessary in the era of experience-driven retailing.
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With its stock at all-time low, can Fitbit take on Apple in the health care arena?

Fitbit's health care business is showing considerable gains in a rapidly growing market with competitors like Apple and Garmin.
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How a biotech revolution catapulted this East Bay company to a $100M IPO

This company has helped fuel the revolution in single-cell sequencing, which has accelerated discoveries in cancer, immunology and neuroscience.
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Will ‘emotional pricing’ boost value of Transamerica Pyramid?

The building, completed in 1972, is known around the world.
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Longtime Genentech exec retiring as new CEO settles in

Dr. Sandra Horning, who joined Genentech Inc. in the wake of the South San Francisco biotech giant's buyout by Roche, will retire at the end of the year as new Genentech leadership settles in. In he…
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Developer bets big on over 100 units in Palo Alto

Palo Alto says it wants more housing. But will it deliver?
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YouTube seeks 'strategic partner managers' amid content crackdown, accusations of censorship

YouTube is hiring managers to develop relationships with conservative and progressive video creators, a move that comes amid accusations that YouTube is censoring right-wing content as it removes vid…
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With nod to fuel-injection technology, this company seeks $86M IPO to send migraine drug up your schnoz

The three-year-old South San Francisco company last month launched a late-stage clinical trial of its self-administered, pre-filled, single-use device delivering a dry-powder migraine drug through th…
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San Mateo fintech expands HQ, hunts for expansion city

High-growth company is considering three or four cities for expansion as it looks for talent to fuel growth.
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Juul raises $325 million in face of bans on e-cigs

Juul Labs raised $325 million in equity and debt earlier this month, just as the e-cigarette company began to face mounting regulatory pressure that could possibly affect its national sales. The con…
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SFUSD Insider - August 2019

Every year at the beginning of the year people ask me what’s new. Part of what makes our job as educators so rewarding is that every day is new. It’s a new opportunity to broaden or deepen a young pe…
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Housing advocates push 800-home South San Francisco project early to avoid what happened in San Bruno

After a single City Council member killed a 425-unit project in San Bruno, developers of an even larger project in South San Francisco aren't leaving anything to chance.
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Keeping score: S.F.'s new Chase Center by the numbers

From a scoreboard that's just under 10,000 square feet to an army of more than a thousand construction workers, the numbers behind S.F.'s new Chase Center illustrate the mammoth scope of the project.…
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Barracuda Networks founder has a 1,200-HP, $1.25M supercar he wants to sell you

Barracuda Networks founder Dean Drako on Friday took the wraps off of a fully electric supercar at the Quail Motorsports Gathering in Carmel — a car that he is selling for $1.25 million and up. The …
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How we shot our stunning Chase Center cover photo

When the assignment to photograph Chase Center for reporter Ron Leuty’s Aug. 16 cover story came across my desk, I knew we had to do something special. I joined the Business Times in 2014, when Chas…
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