San Mateo's Hillsdale Shopping Center reopened Tuesday with a fraction of its stores offering limited retail opportunities.
Napa restaurants are expecting to be busy Memorial DAy as many have just reopened their doors. But the dining experience is not what it used to be.
Advocates say small and diverse businesses are inherently at a disadvantage when it comes to the SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program.
Small business owners in San Francisco are happy to welcome back some customers even if it is only curb side service.
It could take "weeks, if not months" for restaurants to meet California's guidelines for reopening, an industry official said.
Governor Newsom releases restaurant reopening guidelines Tuesday at noon.
Saddle Rack, the well-known country music bar in Fremont, announced that it is closing permanently.
San Jose officials may allow bars, restaurants and other businesses to offer more services outdoors during the coronavirus pandemic.
7 Mile House, a restaurant in Brisbane that opened in 1858, has started takeout service due to looming financial problems.
Expect to pay more for meat, and find less to choose from in the days ahead.
Lia Rivera plans to resume cutting hair at the salon she opened two years ago.
Bay Area merchants are changing the way they’re going to do business for the holiday.
E-Tran, the Small Business Administration's electronic system used to help process applications for government-backed aid, has suffered glitches amid the first wave of applicants.
Caltrans will begin accepting applications from the food truckers immediately.
The Monterey County District Attorney's Office has received complaints about owners of short-term rental facilities -- homes or accessory dwelling units rented out via Airbnb and Vrbo, for example -- who may be advertising those units and encouraging non-essential travel, in violation of the county's shelter-in-place order.
The grants will be awarded to qualified applicants on a first-come, first-serve basis.
This comes at a time where six Bay Area counties will require people to cover their faces when going to essential businesses, doing essential work or taking public transportation.
The Small Business Administration says its $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program to keep small businesses afloat by keeping paychecks coming, is drained.
Employers are considering safety measures that haven't been implemented before COVID-19.
Democrats blocked a fast-track bid to pass the funding last week, and Republicans in turn stymied their efforts for additional funding for other priorities in a brief debate that was mostly a messaging exercise.