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Plant-based cheese startup scores $75 million in venture cheddar

With $100 million to date, the Y-Combinator alum plans to launch its product to the public in 2022.
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Hayward commission OKs 176 affordable units, school on shared lot

Three developers were chosen for the project in 2018 following a request for proposals from the city.
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The Four Seasons is about to reopen after 16 months. Meet its new GM.

Konrad Gstrein has weathered tsunamis and hurricanes in his continent-spanning career with the Four Seasons. Now he's taking on San Francisco.
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New study finds Bayer’s proposed expansion expected to bring significant economic boost to Berkeley

When Jeff Bellisario lived in Berkeley, he would ride his bike past Bayer’s 46-acre biopharmaceutical campus and think about what kind of work was going on in all those buildings behind the fence. …
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Peninsula biotech turns down $125M payout — gasp! — as it pushes on with late-stage eye drug trials

The move signaled the relative ease for some biotech companies seeking cash in a capital-intensive business as well as this company's progress in a handful of clinical trials.
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S.F.'s office sublease inventory grows by another 200K square feet

The largest lease deal of 2018 was inked on California Street. Now, a majority of the space has been listed on the sublease market.
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Contentious low-income housing project advances in Sunset. Could more be in store?

As of 2018, five neighborhoods in the eastern part of the city held 60% of all of the city’s affordable units — and city leaders and affordable housing advocates are working to change that.…
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Matterport, Cytek, Caribou join record run of Wall Street debuts

The first day of trading by the three Bay Area companies on Friday brings the total number of that have gone public this year up to 50. That's more than in any full year in the past two decades.
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SFBT Friday Digest: Costco development gets nod; Twitter bounces back

Meanwhile, a coalition of Black city workers in San Francisco filed a complaint with a federal agency this week alleging “rampant” discrimination.
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Three Bay Area counties 'strongly urge' employers to require Covid-19 vaccinations for workers

Workplace Covid vaccine mandates could be on the horizon in three Bay Area counties as the more contagious Covid-19 delta variant continues to spread, primarily among unvaccinated people. The top he…
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Third generation takes the lead at food company

Ramar has gone from a flea-market stall to an empire with sales around the globe.
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Executive Profile: Apartment List CEO John Kobs on where San Francisco's rental market will go from here

It all began with a 48-hour trip to New York City and Kobs's desperate hunt for an apartment there. Today, Kobs leads a fast-growing company that last year helped 1.8% of America's renters find their…
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Women banking and finance leaders share their earned wisdom

Experience and resilience reigned during the Covid crisis. Here women across the banking and finance industry share their stories and their insights.
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