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Traffic was the top headache for the 21 Bay Area residents I spoke to for this list of the worst things about living there. Many people also expressed dismay about homeless people, saying they were concerned and sad that more wasn't being done to provide housing.
The San Francisco Bay Area may be one of the most disaster-prone parts of the country.
The Bay Area is so expensive that employees at Apple, Uber, Google, and other tech giants are putting off having kids — and it’s a sign of...
Despite earning six-figure salaries, more than half of tech employees in the Bay Area say the increased cost of living has caused them to delay starting a family, according to a survey by the app Blind.
Toppled scooters, sidewalk riding, and illegal parking: Electric scooters have returned to San Francisco after being banned
The launch of a yearlong pilot program called to mind previous complaints of residents knocking over scooters, parking illegally, and riding on sidewalks instead of bike lanes.
Jeff Bezos wants to spend $2 billion on education and the homeless. These four cities could use it the most.
The billionaire's scholarship program could go the furthest in Detroit and Las Vegas, while funding for the homeless could help mitigate the severe crises in LA and San Francisco.
A 58-story luxury condo skyscraper in San Francisco is tilting and sinking — here’s everything that’s gone wrong in the past decade
Since its opening in 2009, Millennium Tower, a 58-story skyscraper, has sunk 17 inches and tilted another 14 inches to the northwest, causing many residents to speculate about foundational issues that could jeopardize their safety.
Tech billionaires Marc Benioff and Jack Dorsey are clashing over a key law that could seriously impact the San Francisco homelessness crisis
San Francisco's Proposition C would tax the largest businesses in the city to fund homelessness services.
San Francisco’s dirtiest street has an outdoor drug market, discarded heroin needles, and piles of poop on the sidewalk
Residents of Hyde Street's 300 block report having to hose down urine in front of their offices or hold their breath to avoid the stench of feces. It's located in the Tenderloin neighborhood, which houses both extreme poverty and extreme wealth.
All 700 employees at this startup work remotely. Here’s why one of its top execs says it’s given them a major edge over the competition.
InVision is a 7-year-old software company that has no physical headquarters and whose employees work everywhere from Nigeria to Argentina. "It's about results, not where your IP address is," said InVision's chief people officer, Mark Frein.
Coinbase is closing a deal that values the six-year-old cryptocurrency trading platform at $8 billion, Recode reports.