Larry Page and Sergey Brin are stepping down as CEO and president, respectively, of Google parent company Alphabet. The move caps more than two decades during which the pair have shepherded the one-time startup they founded in a Silicon Valley garage. Pichai, who has been Google’s CEO since 2015, will now also head up Alphabet. The company isn’t filling Brin’s position as president.
Critics of the high-end exercise equipment maker say the ad is sexist and classist.
The right person for the job must thrive in a slow-paced environment and have the ability to sleep through multiple alarms.
San Francisco Chamber of Commerce CEO talks about Small Business Saturday
Many Walmart shoppers were not pleased to learn that the retail giant's employees do not earn holiday pay for foregoing time with their families.
The FBI is offering cybersecurity advice to people who purchase new smart TVs on Black Friday.
Another small town in Italy is offering homes for a little more than $1 to build the population and boost its economy.
The new retail store is opening in Paramus, located about 20 miles northeast of Newark.
Happiness is subjective and what people need to live their best life varies, however, research shows there is a correlation between that and money.
A British couple is looking to pay $40,000 a year to someone willing to watch their dogs while they travel.
The combined companies are expected to serve 24 million brokerage accounts with $5 trillion in assets.
San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo and Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf want to see the utility become customer-owned. Greg Lee reports.
Shared workspace company WeWork is laying off around 2,400 employees globally, the company confirmed Thursday.
San Francisco's biggest convention got underway with a keynote address from the co-CEOs of Salesforce.
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America's largest milk producer, Dean Foods is filing for bankruptcy, citing drop in milk consumption as many consumers turn to non-dairy alternatives including almond milk.
Ben & Jerry's is facing a lawsuit accusing the ice cream maker and its parent company of false advertising by saying the milk and cream in its products comes from "happy cows."
The health care giant announced the death of their CEO Sunday afternoon.
The investigation follows a series of viral tweets by entrepreneur and web developer David Heinemeier Hansson about algorithms used for the Apple Card, which Goldman Sachs manages in partnership with Apple.
These days at San Francisco's Stonestown Galleria, shoppers co-exist with construction. Whole Foods is replacing Macy's. An 11-screen movie theater is also on the way as well as a Sports Basement.