Delivery company DoorDash is eliminating more than 1,200 corporate jobs, about 6% of its total workforce, saying it hired too many people when demand for its services increased during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Based on IRS and Treasury data, there could be between 9 and 10 million people who have not yet received their payments.
Quitting your job without a new one lined up is a daunting task, and will cost each person differently. Here are some tips for figuring out your number.
Some San Francisco restaurants no longer allow customers to tip, and instead have raised prices or added a flat surcharge to a final bill.
July 4th has come and gone, but many of the visitors to San Francisco are still here. The tourism industry is saying while tourism isn't back to pre-pandemic levels it is on the upswing.
You may not be in the pool this summer. A lifeguard shortage has created an exceedingly difficult summertime situation for private and public community swimming pools all over the nation.
The Warriors' parade provided an economic boost to BART and for San Francisco's downtown area that has pretty much been a ghost-town since the beginning of the pandemic.
An average of 36.8% of the workforce was back in offices during the fourth week of February in 10 major U.S. cities monitored by Kastle Systems, which tracks building access-card swipes.
The Trump administration allegedly approved a multi-million dollar CARES Act loan to a trucking company ineligible for the money and involved in a Department of Justice fraud lawsuit.
Dr. Anthony Fauci said COVID-19 infections and deaths are at a lower level in the U.S., but people should still get 'intermittently' vaccinated.
Residents lined up for throat swabs across Beijing as mass testing was expanded to 11 city districts. Beijing has a total of 92 virus cases since an outbreak was discovered five days ago.
The Oakland City Council is likely going to roll back the city's proof of vaccination requirement that's in place for most indoor settings, such as restaurants, bars, gyms, and other businesses. At the same time, the revised ordinance would impose a mask mandate at indoor facilities with more than 1,000 people.
California's wine industry makes a $45 billion contribution to the Golden State's economy. But supply chain issues, have plagued this marquee industry as never before; forcing the entire industry to over purchase and squirrel away essential components for the products they sell without breaking the consumers' bank.
The most effective thing we can do to fight inflation now is buy less, a lot less, until decreasing demand meets up with now increasing supplies.
In San Rafael, a beloved coffee shop has a potentially fatal problem: landlords unwilling to renew its lease. This is an immigrant American Dream that may become a business obituary.
As Google workers head back to the office, the hybrid work schedule that includes remote work, seems to be the latest take on 'new normal.'
Dining out is back on the menu for San Francisco foodies looking for something to do. San Francisco Restaurant Week launched on Friday as well as Off the Grid.
Daniel Zhao, a senior economist at Glassdoor, spoke to Mornings on 2 The Nine about the latest employment figures that show a high number of workers quitting jobs and finding new employment elsewhere.
Ryan Dennehy, a principal at California Financial Advisors in San Ramon, spoke to Mornings on 2 The Nine on Monday about how inflation is causing current workers and recent retirees alike to reconsider some of their long-term plans.
This weekend offers Bay Area sports fans; NCAA basketball, BMX racing, soccer and a sailing championship.