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Apple is reportedly looking for a monster 800,000-square-foot warehouse for its secret car project (AAPL)

Apple is reportedly looking for a lot of space to house its secretive electric car project. A major San Francisco real estate executive, Hudson Pacific Properties CEO Victor Hudson recently told analysts that the Cupertino company is...Show More Summary

Was Apple Music's Initial Goal Of 100 Million Subscribers Too Ambitious?

Musician Drake, right, walks past Eddy Cue, Apple senior vice president of Internet Software and Services, during the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, Monday, June 8, 2015. The maker of iPods and iPhones announced Apple Music, an app that combines a 24-hour, seven-day live radio station called "Beats [...]

Apple seeking 800,000-sq feet of space for car project as team reaches around 600 people – WSJ

One of the largest property companies in the San Francisco Bay Area has said during an investor call that Apple is seeking around 800,000 square feet of space in the area to expand its car project. The WSJ quotes Hudson Pacific Properties...Show More Summary

Why so few take paid parental leave

2 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

A day after Alex Gustafson's wife gave birth to their daughter in December, he officially began the 12 weeks of fully paid family leave offered by Automattic Inc., the San Francisco tech company where he works. Anthony Goytia of La Puente wishes he had that option. When his wife gave birth to their...

Homes, schools, companies are using Windows 10

Microsoft says its Windows 10 operating system is now powering 300 million devices around the world. ||| San Francisco - Microsoft announced on Thursday that its latest Windows operating system designed to work on laptops, desktops, smartphones, Xbox One consoles and more is powering 300 million devices around the world. Show More Summary

Rockies Score 13 Times in Fifth, Beat the Giants 17-7

6 hours agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Nolan Arenado and Trevor Story each homered and drove in three runs, and the Colorado Rockies set a franchise record with a 13-run fifth inning in a 17-7 victory over the San Francisco Giants on Thursday night.

Apple eyeing 'large expanses of real estate' for its self-driving car project

Apple, Google, and established car makers are eyeing up "large expanses of real estate" in the San Francisco Bay Area for their autonomous car projects, according to a Wall Street Journal report. Apple is said to be interested in an 800,000 sq. Show More Summary

Torrey Smith, Garrett Celek Comment on Chip Kelly's Offense

New San Francisco 49ers head coach Chip Kelly is instituting his fast-paced offense that once dubbed him as an offensive genius three years ago with the Philadelphia Eagles before being run out of town. Almost four months into Kelly's...Show More Summary

Apple Seeking 'Large Expanses of Real Estate' for Autonomous Car Project

Apple is looking to purchase "large expanses of real estate" in the San Francisco Bay Area for its much-rumored car project, codenamed Project Titan, according to The Wall Street Journal. Google parent company Alphabet and several car...Show More Summary

Apple eyeing 800,000-square-foot property for autonomous car project, report says

Apple, Google parent company Alphabet and a number of established car makers are reportedly on the hunt for prime real estate in the San Francisco Bay Area to serve their respective autonomous vehicle projects, with Apple in particular said to be looking at an 800,000-square-foot plot.

Zynga might be worth less than its office

Zynga had a good run. A lot of people made a lot of money on shitty Facebook games. Now the company is looking to offload its 670,000 square foot headquarters in downtown San Francisco. Funny thing about that math, though. When Zynga bought the building in 2012 for $228 million ($340 per square foot) it got a relative deal. Show More Summary

Facebook to face privacy lawsuit over photo tagging

A San Francisco federal judge rejected Facebook's request to toss a lawsuit alleging its use of facial recognition technology invades users' privacy.        

Tim Lincecum Comments on Hip Injury, Future in MLB, More

Former San Francisco Giants pitcher and current free agent Tim Lincecum will try to prove to representatives from more than 20 MLB teams that his surgically repaired hip is healthy during a throwing session Friday, per MLB Network'sShow More Summary

San Francisco proposes $8 million to find a fix for quake-vulnerable sea wall

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has proposed spending $8 million to find a solution to the earthquake-vulnerable sea wall that holds up the city’s famed Embarcadero waterfront. The decision, announced Wednesday, comes after new studies found the sea wall, which stretches from Fisherman’s Wharf past...

Historic milestone: SBA names LGBT-owned Bay Area coffee supplier first in class

SAN FRANCISCO—The Small Business Administration named LGBT-owned Equator Coffees & Teas as its 2016 National Small Business of the Year award winner — marking a first for the nation's LGBT business community. Such a designation from Washington rarely merits much media coverage. Show More Summary

How An Accused San Francisco Cop’s Rape Case Blew The Lid On A Racism Text Scandal

SAN FRANCISCO -- The San Francisco Police Department has been hit hard in recent days by yet another scandal involving offensive text messages. But what's remarkable is that the hateful language even came to light. Authorities recently...Show More Summary

SFMTA and San Francisco Beautiful Kick-Off 2nd Annual Muni Art Program

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) and San Francisco Beautiful (SFB) are teaming up for the second year to showcase the work of artists living in the Bay Area.

Meet the Marmon: 1925

San Francisco circa 1925. "Marmon '74' Sedan." Advertised as "a luxurious closed car at practically the cost of an open car." Latest exhibit in the Shorpy Pantheon of Posthumous Phaetons. 5x7 glass negative by Christopher Helin. View full size.

Apple partners with commercial software giant SAP

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Apple has announced a new partnership with German software giant SAP to develop mobile apps that business customers can use on iPhones and iPad tablets. Apple has a similar arrangement with IBM to develop specialized apps for airline workers, sales clerks and other business users.

This Clever New Business Makes Art Studios Affordable In San Francisco

High rents are bleeding the city of its "cultural capital" but now at least a few lucky artists will have more space to work. San Francisco's insane rents have squeezed artists and galleries out of spaces that, in some cases, they've rented for decades. Show More Summary

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