Oakland merchants closed their doors Tuesday to protest crime that is hurting their businesses.
Gas prices are on the rise again, creating a pain at the pump for drivers.
The U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs will hold a virtual public hearing Wednesday to receive public input on a report of potential environmental impacts of a proposed multi-million dollar casino resort project in Santa Rosa.
When a very high state official says he has a deal on a critical cornerstone of the entire state economy, it’s worth exploring how true that is.
Bank of America’s minimum hourly pay will become $23 once the North Carolina-based company’s planned increase happens.
Since Federal Reserve officials last met in July, the economy has moved in the direction they hoped to see: Inflation continues to ease, if more slowly than most Americans would like, while growth remains solid and the job market cools.
Bay area commercial fishers say they are facing unprecedented financial hardships this year after dealing with a range of restrictions on several of their key catches.
Unions have had a lot of successes in recent years, but thorny strikes such as the UAW and entertainment unions continue to shape the future. What is going on now will help define the next level of work.
After months of picketing and labor negotiations, the SEIU-United Healthcare Workers West (SEIU-UHW) announced Thursday that they have authorized a strike to take place at the end of the month if they do not reach a deal with Kaiser Permanente.
Tim Gurner, a multi-millionaire CEO of Gurner Group, a real estate company founded in 2013, said at a conference that COVID-19 created a work culture in which employees' attitudes and work ethic deteriorated.
During a time when America struggles to cool down its economy, childhood poverty is intensifying.
Dreamforce is back in San Francisco, bringing an estimated 40,000 attendees to the city for the annual Salesforce event that lasts from September 12-14th this year.
The mandatory raise would apply to all fast food restaurants in California that are part of a chain with at least 60 locations nationwide. It would start April 1.
Insurers are reportedly engaged in negotiations with the California insurance commissioner and state legislators, seeking significant revisions to the state's insurance laws before the conclusion of the legislative year.
Labor Day is a day when politicians court labor unions, and picnics are held across the nation. This year, unions are more optimistic about their prospects. Workers find unions more appealing due to better pay and fairer work regulations.
Gen Z consumers who were living paycheck to paycheck cited nonessential spending as a reason behind their financial hardships.
The head of Salesforce says the future of the Dreamforce conference depends on the upcoming convention. Dreamforce draws tens of thousands of visitors to San Francisco, and now the head of Salesforce has made comments that have put the future of that convention into question.
South Bay businesses brace for economic tsunami as Beyoncé, fans arrive for her Levi's Stadium concert.
U.S. home prices recently faced their sharpest rise since November.
Goldman Sachs projects home prices to climb by 1.8% this year amid housing shortage