After years of rents creeping higher and higher, San Francisco is finally seeing real signs of a slowdown with several apartment listing and real-estate data companies noting lower rents and rising inventory. San Francisco rents were down 2.3 percent compared with one year ago, according to AppFolio—the biggest drop in the 20 high-population metros the […]
Editor’s Note: This is one of several stories about the Bay Area’s response to Donald Trump’s presidency, which San Francisco is publishing over the next month as part of the February 2017 Resistance Issue. To read stories as they become available online, click here. Deep within City Attorney Dennis Herrera’s mazelike wing inside City Hall, […]
post details byline /post details An educational presentation on San Francisco’s low population of children took place during a Planning Commission meeting Thursday, launching a discussion into what, if anything, The City can do to remedy this issue. Nationwide, the percentage of homes with children is 29 percent. In San Francisco, it’s 18 percent — […]
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California has forced Uber to remove its self-driving vehicles from the road, canceling the company’s controversial pilot program in San Francisco after a week of embarrassing reports of traffic violations and repeated legal threats from state officials. The department of motor vehicles (DMV) announced late on Wednesday that it had revoked the registration of 16 […]
California regulators ordered Uber to remove its self-driving vehicles from the road on the same day that the company’s vehicles were caught running red lights – violations the company immediately blamed on “human error”. “It is essential that Uber takes appropriate measures to ensure safety of the public,” the California department of motor vehicles (DMV) […]
Image: Getty Amazon is a very rich company, with a market cap of $361 billion and stock price of over $750 a share. But as we’ve seen, the fortune of huge tech companies don’t often translate down to its employees. In some cases, it leaves them living in squalor. Take the blight of Amazon’s warehouse […]