The tax credit, called the Employee Retention Credit, was created to help small businesses keep paying their employees during the pandemic if they were suspended from operating.
Dr. Anthony Fauci said that while he does not foresee a federal mask mandate in the future, recommendations are likely if COVID-19 cases rise this winter.
Former White House chief medical adviser Anthony Fauci spoke out in defense of masking amid rising COVID cases, saying he is concerned people will not abide by recommendations.
San Francisco's Nordstrom is in its final days as the city's downtown struggles to recreate itself.
An Oakland man is in danger of losing his martial arts academy due to financial troubles after being in business for 50 years.
San Francisco's Office of Economic and Workforce Development says the city now stands about 45% office occupancy, the highest since the pandemic, but still far below where it would like to be.
First Republic Bank, headquartered in San Francisco, announced plans to layoff up to 25% of its staff. The layoffs come after the bank also announced that its depositors pulled out nearly $100 billion in recent months, leading many to speculate the bank could be the third major bank to collapse this year.
As San Francisco leaders make plans to revive the Union Square shopping district, hotels in the city want to fill 1,200 jobs.
The Pandemic Recovery Index shows San Francisco ranks 24th out of the 25 largest economic regions in the country. San Jose fared much better, coming in at number 16.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg is back in Washington D.C. after a stop in San Francisco to deliver a federal grant for the Golden Gate Bridge. Buttigieg spoke to KTVU after his department announced $29.4 million in emergency relief funds to help California repair roads, bridges and highways damaged in our deluge of storms.
The proposal comes as boosters have become a hard sell.
From Daly City to Santa Cruz County, to Oakland, to San Mateo County-sinkholes continue to swallow cars and cause traffic nightmares in parts of the Bay Area after nearly two weeks of relentless rain.
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.