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Portland businesses to bigoted candidates: Stay away from Oregon

Several groups and businesses signed a letter decrying “political violence” in Portland.

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  • June 22 @ 5:07 pm

Weitzman’s HEB-anchored Manvel Town Center breaks ground near Houston

“Manvel Town Center’s groundbreaking represents the beginning of not only one of the largest retail-focused projects in Houston’s history, it will be the largest project ever for Weitzman in our 31-year history,” said Herb Weitzman, executive chairman and founder of Weitzman.

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  • June 22 @ 4:49 pm

California is working on a deal to cover 100% of back rent for eligible tenants

The state’s landlords and tenants were previously eligible to receive subsidies for up to 80% of back rent owed.

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  • June 22 @ 4:44 pm

Netflix gets go-ahead for billion-dollar expansion in Albuquerque

The sublease and master economic development lease between the State Land Office and Netflix outlines the use of about 300 acres at Mesa del Sol.

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  • June 22 @ 4:38 pm

Air taxi startup Archer Aviation just hired 20-plus engineers from Aerion, the failed supersonic jet developer

The new hires bring with them more than 350 years of experience at industry stalwarts, including Boeing, Airbus and Gulfstream.

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  • June 22 @ 4:34 pm

Trion Properties launches third fund to buy undervalued apartment buildings

The firm aims to add value with heavy renovations, re-branding and a hands-on management approach.

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  • June 22 @ 4:26 pm

California working on deal to cover 100% of back rent for eligible tenants

The state’s landlords and tenants were previously eligible to receive subsidies for up to 80% of back rent owed.

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  • June 22 @ 4:03 pm

State urges judge to reject tech industry arguments in Florida

The law seeks to prevent large social-media companies from barring political candidates from their platforms and would require companies to publish standards about issues such as blocking users.

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  • June 22 @ 3:38 pm

San Jose City Council will vote on plans to rezone the site of the city’s flea market and transform the area

The City Council will weigh in on a controversial plan that could revamp the site of the San Jose Flea Market. Vendors say the plan threatens their livelihoods.

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  • June 22 @ 3:21 pm

San Jose City Council will vote on a plan to rezone the site of the city’s flea market and transform the area

The Council will weigh in on a controversial plan that could revamp the site of the San Jose Flea Market. Vendors say the plan threatens their livelihoods.

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  • June 22 @ 3:21 pm

Hewlett Packard Enterprise acquires machine learning firm Determined AI

HPE is the fifth-largest publicly traded company in the Houston market, according to HBJ research.

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  • June 22 @ 2:15 pm

Regent Properties buys four high-rises in downtown San Diego

The portfolio comprises about 16% of the Class A and B office space in downtown San Diego.

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  • June 22 @ 1:52 pm

Los Angeles multifamily investment firm makes first Dallas acquisition

The company has set its sights on North Texas because of its strategic location in the center of the country, its explosive population growth and the business-friendly tax and legal structure, Shainberg said.

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  • June 22 @ 12:41 pm

Startup behind first FDA-approved prescription software to go public in $1.6B SPAC deal

Prescription software startup Pear Therapeutics on Tuesday became the latest local company to go public through a reverse merger with a special-purpose acquisition company, or SPAC.

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  • June 22 @ 12:07 pm

SFBT Tuesday Digest: DoorDash cuts new deal; S.F. eyes business fee waiver

Meanwhile, an Alameda County grand jury report released on Monday slams the Peralta Community College system’s leadership for systemic failures.

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  • June 22 @ 10:15 am

Steph Curry invests in Seattle startup

The company has received an investment from Penny Jar Capital, a new investment firm anchored by the two-time NBA MVP.

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  • June 22 @ 9:54 am

A top Tesla attorney has left to join self-driving truck maker Plus

Formerly Tesla’s deputy general counsel, Lynn Miller is joining Plus as it prepares to go public.

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  • June 22 @ 9:45 am

Sunnyvale lidar maker Quanergy plans to go public in a $1.4B merger with a Chinese SPAC

Quanergy’s deal could raise eyebrows with U.S. national security officials.

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  • June 22 @ 9:23 am

Tampa startup predicting oil spills nearly doubles its funding goal with $10M+ round

The company’s original goal was $6 million, which it quickly shot past with high interest from investors.

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  • June 22 @ 9:00 am

Alamo Drafthouse emerges from bankruptcy with refreshed ambitions

Americans have spent more than a year home alone with unlimited viewing options, the digital world at their fingertips. But there’s an emptiness to all of that possibility. What is an incredible artistic experience enjoyed in isolation? Might we all once again be hungry for shared experiences? That’s what leaders at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema are […]

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  • June 22 @ 7:46 am

Miso Robotics unveils automated beverage dispensers for fast-food restaurants

The company is moving beyond its grilling robot, Flippy, to automate drink orders.

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  • June 22 @ 7:00 am

Developer buys land South of Gandy for nearly 500 apartments

There’s also room for two restaurants, though another developer will build that portion of the project.

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  • June 22 @ 6:12 am

A Big Sur resort just sold for $148 million, setting a North American price-per-room record

The deal shows the appeal of remote getaways to travelers looking for a change of scenery amid the pandemic.

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  • June 21 @ 8:37 pm

Three teams in race to redevelop the Concord Naval Weapons Station

The city of Concord could select a new master developer as soon as late August.

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  • June 21 @ 8:26 pm

Three teams in the race to redevelop the Concord Naval Weapons Station

The city of Concord could select a new master developer as soon as late August.

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  • June 21 @ 8:26 pm

Industrial Realty Group acquires 24 acres near port

The area surrounding the Port of Houston has seen an uptick in leasing and development activity recently.

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  • June 21 @ 7:58 pm

Corning’s fiber optic division leases a building in Milpitas to be its Silicon Valley base

Corning Optical Communications has leased a 63,000-square-foot building in Milpitas’ McCarthy Center, one of three new leases Irvine announced for its office-and-research park.

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  • June 21 @ 5:10 pm

Corning’s fiber optic division just leased a building in Milpitas to be its Silicon Valley base

Corning Optical just leased a 63,000-square-foot building in Milpitas’ McCarthy Center, one of three new leases Irvine announced for its office-and-research park.

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  • June 21 @ 5:10 pm

L.A. industrial real estate firm acquires 23.8 acres near Port of Houston

The area surrounding the Port of Houston has seen an uptick in leasing and development activity recently.

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  • June 21 @ 5:07 pm

Digital media company eyes big chunk of Square’s Oakland space

Square entered into the lease in 2018 but quickly put nearly a third of it on the sublease market.

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  • June 21 @ 4:56 pm

California resort sets North American per-room price record

The deal shows the appeal of remote getaways to travelers looking for a change of scenery amid the pandemic.

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  • June 21 @ 4:49 pm

How strong is the high-end resort market? Another California sale just topped $2M per room

The deal shows the appeal of remote getaways to travelers looking for a change of scenery amid the pandemic.

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  • June 21 @ 4:49 pm

L.A. group behind Austin-area film studio project seeks development agreement

Developers want to build a sizable film studio east of Austin, supporting around 1,400 jobs. The project has generated significant public pushback and some residents are skeptical of the predicted economic impact. Click through for more.

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  • June 21 @ 4:48 pm

City of Portland zeroes in on hybrid work model for government workers

Portland’s city government plans to adopt the hybrid work model sweeping corporate America.

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  • June 21 @ 4:47 pm

SoCal’s Clearlake Capital Group acquires Pittsubrgh fin-tech firm

“There’s just a lot of cool stuff happening in our market, and we wanted to be in the position to be responsive and quick.”

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  • June 21 @ 4:39 pm

Column: Oregon food cos. sign on to transparent supply chain initiative

High profile Oregon food and beverage makers like Dutch Bros., Tillamook and Ninkasi sign on to the Oregon Transparency Initiative to use blockchain tech to bring visibility to the supply chain.

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  • June 21 @ 4:28 pm

S.F. grocery delivery startup quietly relocates HQ to Oakland

The company started transitioning some operations to its East Bay warehouse last spring.

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  • June 21 @ 4:27 pm

Large Burlingame medical office building trades hands

The building’s new owner — a national firm headquartered in Virginia — is planning a broader foray into the San Francisco market.

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  • June 21 @ 4:25 pm

East Bay tech-recruiting company on joining the Bay Area exodus: ‘It’s a no brainer’

As usual, the lack of state income tax on individuals was a big draw.

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  • June 21 @ 4:01 pm

Santa Rosa electric tractor startup bought for $18M by Ideanomics

This 72-year-old founder said he never intended to sell his startup. But then he found a buyer that shared the same , plus it had the resources and capital to take his company to the next level.

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  • June 21 @ 3:50 pm

The Funded: 5 Bay Area startups are going public this week in a busy one for IPOs

Confluent and Doximity lead the IPO charge this week, when five Bay Area expect to hit the public markets. And additional ones are on the way. Here’s more on that other startup and venture news from Monday.

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  • June 21 @ 2:25 pm

The Funded: Five Bay Area IPOs coming in a busy week

The IPOs keep on coming in the Bay Area, with five on tap this week. Here’s more on that and several new filings from Monday.

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  • June 21 @ 2:25 pm

Cloud database startup Couchbase just filed for a $100M IPO

Couchbase hopes to join this year’s booming IPO party, filing Monday for a $100M offering.

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  • June 21 @ 1:53 pm

Triten Real Estate Partners sells downtown Houston office tower to Harris County

Triten had been conceptualizing a redevelopment plan for the property — which was being vacated by JPMorgan Chase — prior to being approached by Harris County about a potential sale.

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  • June 21 @ 1:44 pm

Amazon has the option to buy a 20% stake in Plus, the self-driving truck startup

Plus disclosed a big order from Amazon and a potential investment from the e-commerce giant in a regulatory filing Monday.

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  • June 21 @ 1:28 pm

USF, UCF researchers team up on tech to monitor bridge defects

While there may be some friendly competition among the universities, researchers from both believe they’re stronger when working together.

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  • June 21 @ 1:25 pm

Tech employees want remote work. And many will quit if they don’t get it.

A new survey shows tech employees want remote work at a high rate, and they are willing to quit their jobs if it’s not offered. With tech talent commanding a premium amid the labor shortage, the heat is on employers.

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  • June 21 @ 1:16 pm

Anaheim Element hotel to open next month under new owner

The extended-stay hotel is located within a 10-minute walk to the main gate of Disneyland Resort.

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  • June 21 @ 11:46 am

Colliers has named a top JLL broker to lead its Silicon Valley brokerage operations

Steffen Kammerer spent more than a decade at JLL’s Menlo Park office and led the firm’s national technology practice group.

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  • June 21 @ 11:00 am

Dusty Robotics draws an outline for future success

Headed by CEO Tessa Lau, Mountain View-based Dusty Robotics recently closed a $16.5 million funding to to build more robots that help get building construction started.

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  • June 21 @ 10:42 am

‘They see my face and don’t want to invest’: Commercial real estate leaders discuss diversity pro

In the commercial real estate industry, it’s all about who you know. And that has perpetuated a diversity problem.

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  • June 21 @ 10:30 am

SFBT Monday Digest: Startup snaps up luxe homes; Developer settles dispute

Meanwhile, a Marriott-branded hotel is set to become the third-tallest building in Berkeley.

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  • June 21 @ 10:15 am

Cybersecurity unicorn SentinelOne plans to raise $1B in IPO

The offering could more than double the valuation the Mountain View-based company got in a late-stage funding in November.

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  • June 21 @ 9:11 am

In Anycart, Silvia Curioni and Rafael Sanches combine a passion for food with a profession that aims to help people

Entrepreneurs launch Palo Alto-based startup Anycart to help solve the eternal question: ‘What’s for dinner?’

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  • June 21 @ 8:57 am

Exclusive: Iconic wig store in downtown Tampa sold to Accardi brothers

The Accardi brothers — twins who own Seven One Seven Parking Services Inc. — bought the wig store’s real estate with a partner.

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  • June 21 @ 6:17 am

Westlake Chemical to buy building-products business from Boral for $2.15B

The business lines Westlake is acquiring include approximately 4,600 employees at 29 manufacturing sites in the U.S. and Mexico. The businesses generated more than $1 billion in revenue during the fiscal year ended June 30, 2020.

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  • June 20 @ 9:24 pm

Job winners and losers in the pandemic: How Covid-19 affected public company payrolls

Headcount at Amazon, Walmart and other giants soared during the pandemic. That’s no surprise. But a new analysis of public company headcount data sheds light on how Covid-19 shaped jobs at some of the nation’s largest companies.

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  • June 20 @ 8:00 am

New Vegas-based owners of 59-acre Concord Coast Guard property weigh renovations or redevelopment

Developers Eddie Haddad and George Maalouf want to renovate existing military housing on the property. But the city is endorsing a plan to redevelop the site that could yield up to new 1,180 units.

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  • June 18 @ 6:41 pm

Wyden, Merkley, Blumenauer vow to fight for federal dollars to cap I-5, reconnect Albina

Oregon Sens. Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley along with Rep. Earl Blumenauer are urging Gov. Kate Brown and the Oregon Department of Transportation to seek federal funds in order to include buildable highway caps for the proposed and highly contentious Interstate 5 project through the Rose Quarter.

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  • June 18 @ 5:12 pm

Exclusive: Umpqua Bank parent leases 25K square feet in the ‘burbs

One of the largest companies headquartered in Portland plans to reduce its downtown footprint redistribute its space around the metro area.

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  • June 18 @ 4:24 pm

SoCal Venture Pipeline launches to find money for startups — plus other L.A. tech news

Plus funding news for renewable energy, student data, nanobubble technology and menopause essentials.

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  • June 18 @ 4:14 pm

Roku’s unusual policies are leaving some workers confused and frustrated: ‘It’s the strangest pla

Roku has a whole host of idiosyncratic policies. Those aren’t resonating as well with workers as it has grown, according to a new report.

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  • June 18 @ 4:12 pm

Roku’s unusual pollices are leaving some workers confused and frustrated: ‘It’s the strangest pla

Roku has a whole host of idiosyncratic polices. Those aren’t resonating as well with workers as it has grown, according to a new report.

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  • June 18 @ 4:12 pm

SoMa’s Folsom Street Foundry is being reborn post-pandemic as an experimental space for underground artists

Shuttered for nearly 15 months, the new owners of the Folsom Street Foundry are relaunching the arts and events space with new concepts aimed at uplifting the voices of underground artists while creating a unique experience for patrons.

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  • June 18 @ 4:08 pm

Bay Area grocery delivery companies have already raised more than $800M halfway through 2021

Four separate Bay Area grocery startups raised at least $100 million this year.

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  • June 18 @ 3:34 pm

Podcast: Welcome back, California. Can we get back to work now?

On this week’s Silicon Insider Podcast: California is back in business, kind of. Also in news of note: Elon Musk likes bitcoin again, as long as it gets more eco-friendly. And Big Tech gets a big opponent in the new FTC chair.

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  • June 18 @ 3:27 pm

California’s digital vaccine records are here. Just don’t call them vaccine passports

The records are an optional way for Californians to access their immunization data, officials say. But they may come in handy for events and employers tracking vaccination status.

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  • June 18 @ 3:05 pm

The Funded: Former Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka just raised $140M for his AI startup

Five more Bay Area startups announced $100-million-plus rounds at the end of the week, including an AI company founded by the former CEO of Infosys. Here are the details on those deals and more:

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  • June 18 @ 2:20 pm

New Florida ‘robocall’ protections could mean stricter rules for businesses

‘Mini-TCPA’ could go into effect as early as July 1, imposing stricter restrictions on business’ communication with consumers.

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  • June 18 @ 1:33 pm

Houston startup lands work with Canadian government for clean energy storage tech

Quidnet uses conventional drilling and construction technologies to pump water under pressure into subsurface reservoirs to store energy, as opposed to storing in above-ground systems.

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  • June 18 @ 1:23 pm

Los Angeles-based wellness company puts second headquarters in Dallas

The new location will bring with it more than 50 new jobs.

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  • June 18 @ 1:03 pm

Eagle Rock mall sold with eye toward repositioning

“There is tremendous opportunity to reposition this property in line with today’s evolving retail landscape,” the new owners said.

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  • June 18 @ 12:43 pm

800K-SF facility breaks ground in massive TGS Cedar Park Industrial Park

The dual rail service facility is being built in the 15,000-acre TGS Cedar Port Industrial Park, the largest master-planned rail-and-barge-served industrial park in the U.S.

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  • June 18 @ 12:00 pm

Bay Area API platform Nylas nets $120M to automate business communications

With buckets of cash, this San Francisco startup aims to double the number of employees as it paves the road toward a new era of automated customer communications.

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  • June 18 @ 10:58 am

Can investing in farmland help the environment? Bay Area startup FarmTogether thinks so.

Farmland investment platforms offer an vehicle for accredited investors who want to add agriculture to their portfolio, while making farming more sustainable.

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  • June 18 @ 10:53 am

Tampa Bay Wave’s latest TechDiversity cohort boosts national presence

A majority of the 15 startups in the newest cohort are from outside the Sunshine State.

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  • June 18 @ 10:30 am

Guest viewpoint: How to turn parking lots into housing — across California

SB 6 will directly unlock the potential of thousands of square miles of urban and suburban commercial districts throughout the state where new housing development is not allowed today.

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  • June 18 @ 9:32 am

Why Uber’s former air taxi partner Pipistrel pivoted to big cargo drones

Uber’s former air taxi partner believes autonomous freight drones will be in the air long before air taxis start making commercial flights.

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  • June 18 @ 9:09 am

Snapshot: Where the jobs were in May 2021

California as whole led the nation in job postings in May 2021, with the San Francisco and San Jose metro areas among the top 10 areas with the most postings.

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  • June 18 @ 9:06 am

Viewpoint: How to turn parking lots into housing — across California

SB 6 will directly unlock the potential of thousands of square miles of urban and suburban commercial districts throughout the state where new housing development is not allowed today.

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  • June 18 @ 7:00 am

Executive Profile: Gates & Associates’ Casey Case on how COVID-19 changed the way we think about our spac

Case, the second generation of her family to take the helm of the firm, has been immersed in landscape architecture and urban design her whole life. The pandemic has changed the way we think about outdoor spaces like nothing else before it, she told us.

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  • June 18 @ 7:00 am

Residential Real Estate Agents in the Bay Area

This List includes residential real estate agents located in the Bay Area, which is defined as Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco and San Mateo counties. Information was obtained from company representatives.

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  • June 18 @ 5:00 am

Residential Real Estate Teams in the Bay Area

This List includes residential real estate teams located in the Bay Area, which is defined as Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco and San Mateo counties. Information was obtained from company representatives.

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  • June 18 @ 5:00 am

Largest Breweries in Oregon

Information was obtained from the Brewers Association, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission and company websites and could not be independently verified by the Portland Business Journal. In case of ties, companies are listed alphabetically. 959K: Combined barrels of craft beer brewed in Oregon during 2020 at the top 50 breweries on The List 634K: Combined […]

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  • June 18 @ 5:00 am

Restaurateur Dave Burton sees opportunity at Tampa’s Sparkman Wharf

Dave Burton is more focused on his commercial real estate career than restaurants. But he couldn’t pass up an opportunity for a second concept at Sparkman Wharf.

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  • June 18 @ 4:00 am

Tampa Bay manufacturers emerge from the pandemic with new challenges

The global pandemic forced manufacturers to adapt to the changing needs for products and services — with a focus on health and safety-related products. Emerging from the pandemic, the sector faces a whole news set of issues.

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  • June 18 @ 4:00 am

Manufacturing output in Florida nears $60 billion

Manufacturing output in Florida has grown nearly 60% in the past decade.

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  • June 18 @ 4:00 am

Can investing in farmland help the environment? This startup thinks so.

Farmland investment platforms offer an vehicle for accredited investors who want to add agriculture to their portfolio, while making farming more sustainable.

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  • June 17 @ 10:32 pm

A woman of influence: Kathleen Pearl from Sonatus

Sonatus’ Kathleen Pearl is one of the 2021 Women of Influence honorees in Silicon Valley.

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  • June 17 @ 8:33 pm

23andMe just went public. It’s also put its Sunnyvale headquarters up for sublease

Newly public 23andMe is trying to find someone to take its 155,000 square-foot headquarters off its hands.

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  • June 17 @ 8:12 pm

Developer seeks expedited approval for 500-unit SoMa project

The proposed mixed-use development would replace existing industrial buildings and include more than 20,000 square feet of PDR space.

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  • June 17 @ 6:52 pm

The Bay Area has reopened, but it’s gonna be a while before offices are even close to full capacity

“We’re on a different trajectory now,” one workplace expert says.

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  • June 17 @ 6:50 pm

Return to the office? Here’s what some landlords are doing to make it easier.

They’re adding “community managers,” for one, something popularized in co-working.

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  • June 17 @ 6:40 pm

RH’s next retail concept evolution is coming to San Francisco. Here’s what we know.

The brand will debut later this year with a 400-page source book, website and national ad campaign.

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  • June 17 @ 5:51 pm

SoCal auto parts manufacturer to relocate headquarters and create 200 jobs in Mississippi

The move will cost $14 million.

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  • June 17 @ 5:15 pm

Retirement plan provider Guideline is eying an Austin expansion after scoring $200M in new funding

Guideline plans to keep its base in San Mateo, but its workforce is shifting to Texas, and its Austin office will likely become its biggest.

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  • June 17 @ 5:00 pm

Alere picks up Vernon warehouse in tight L.A. industrial market

The property serves as the headquarters for fashion accessories brand Like Dreams.

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  • June 17 @ 4:58 pm

Greenspoint industrial park sells to Philadelphia-based Equus Capital Partners

The seller was a joint venture between Atlanta-based IDI Logistics and Houston-based Heitman, both of which are real estate investment firms.

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  • June 17 @ 4:44 pm

Database startup Neo4j just scored $325M in a record-breaking new funding round

Neo4j’s new Series F round more than doubled the San Mateo company’s valuation to $2 billion, creating the newest unicorn in the Bay Area’s growing herd.

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  • June 17 @ 4:26 pm

Database startup Neo4j just score $325M in a record-breaking new funding round

Neo4j’s new Series F round more than doubled the San Mateo company’s valuation to $2 billion, creating the newest unicorn in the Bay Area’s growing herd.

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  • June 17 @ 4:26 pm

Job winners and losers in the pandemic: How Covid-19 affected Oregon’s public company payrolls

Headcount at Amazon, Walmart and other giants soared during the pandemic. That’s no surprise. But a new analysis of public company headcount data sheds light on how Covid-19 shaped jobs at some of the nation’s largest companies.

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  • June 17 @ 4:16 pm

PIE Demo Day is back, plus how the accelerator is plotting a path forward

The latest group of Portland Incubator Experiment startups are set to take the stage — virtually — for Demo Day June 28.

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  • June 17 @ 4:05 pm

23andMe jumps 21% in Nasdaq debut after merging with Richard Branson SPAC

Shares of the Sunnyvale DNA testing business soared, bucking the recent trend of first-day market drops by private companies after going public in mergers with blank check companies.

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  • June 17 @ 4:05 pm

These two unicorns were looking for more space in S.F. They have shelved those plans.

The real estate expansions were nixed at the expense of new remote work policies.

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  • June 17 @ 3:31 pm

Canoo to build electric vehicle factory in Oklahoma

The Torrance-based company will have to outsource manufacturing while the new facility gets built.

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  • June 17 @ 3:16 pm

Google and Apple give millions to Prairie View A&M University

Prairie View A&M University was one of only a small group of historically Black colleges and universities nationwide to receive separate donations from Google and Apple.

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  • June 17 @ 2:45 pm

Google and Apple make multimillion-dollar donations to Prairie View A&M University

Prairie View A&M University was one of only a small group of historically Black colleges and universities nationwide to receive separate donations from Google and Apple.

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  • June 17 @ 2:45 pm

USF Health, Port Tampa Bay team up on clinic for cargo ship workers

The clinic will offer both physical and mental health evaluations, with the hopes it could expand to serve the entire port community in the future.

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  • June 17 @ 1:32 pm

Jesuit grad turned Silicon Valley exec moves tech company to Tampa

“I want to be a small part in accelerating the growth in this community in Tampa Bay because we have a unique story to tell.”

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  • June 17 @ 12:10 pm

Exclusive: Television Center gets a new look — and a new name

BLT Enterprises executive Rob Solomon shares what the new owner has planned for the historic Hollywood property.

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  • June 17 @ 11:00 am

Oakland Planning Commission recommends 170,000-square-foot recycling facility

The proposed facility would allow California Waste Solutions to move away from residential areas and for the consolidation of two existing facilities in Oakland.

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  • June 17 @ 10:11 am

SFBT Thursday Digest: New high-speed rail threat; S.F.’s street party

A reopened San Francisco is getting ready for a street party.

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  • June 17 @ 10:02 am

Sunnyvale-based 23andMe jumps 21% in Nasdaq debut after merging with Richard Branson SPAC

Shares of the Sunnyvale DNA testing business soared, bucking the recent trend of first-day market drops by private companies after going public in mergers with blank check companies.

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  • June 17 @ 9:27 am

Sunnyvale-based 23andMe debuts on Nasdaq after merging with Richard Branson SPAC

Shares of the Sunnyvale business opened trading Thursday about 1% higher than the $10.99 closing price of VG Acquisition Corp., the special purpose acquisition company it combined with.

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  • June 17 @ 9:27 am

API platform Nylas nets $120M Series C to automate business communications

With buckets of cash, this San Francisco startup aims to double the number of employees as it paves the road toward a new era of automated customer communications.

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  • June 17 @ 9:09 am

Kilroy Realty confirms plans to purchase Indeed Tower, reveals price

The acquisition is part of a $670 million expansion push that includes buying land in San Diego and a ground lease under a project in Bellevue, Washington.

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  • June 17 @ 8:32 am

Tampa health IT firm opens first international office in India

Despite a sustained work-from-home model, the new office will hire nearly 700 people in the next two years.

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  • June 17 @ 5:00 am

A pair of investors recently bought a Fremont manufacturing building for $27.5M. They plan to spend the same amount

LPC West and Angelo Gordon recently teamed up to buy an older manufacturing facility in the East Bay. They plan to invest just as much converting it for office or life-science use as they did to purchase it.

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  • June 16 @ 7:51 pm

A pair of investors just bought a Fremont manufacturing building for $27.5M. They plan to spend the same amount rev

LPC West and Angelo Gordon teamed up to buy an older manufacturing facility in the East Bay. The plan to invest just as much converting it for office or life-science use as they did on purchasing it.

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  • June 16 @ 7:51 pm

Midway to build 9-hole golf course, restaurant in East River development

Construction began in May, and both East River 9 and Riverhouse Houston are expected to be complete in the first quarter of 2022.

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  • June 16 @ 7:42 pm

C-Suite Rides: The fun goes up when the Mercedes-Benz AMG E53 Cabriolet’s top is down (PHOTOS)

The paint job and the sticker price may be atrocious, but the performance and handling of the Mercedes-Benz AMG E53 Cabriolet is stupendous.

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  • June 16 @ 6:34 pm

Silicon Valley added only 1 home for every 6 new jobs last decade, helping send housing costs soaring

Santa Clara County’s job base jumped 33% over the last decade, while its housing stock increased by only 7%.

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  • June 16 @ 5:30 pm

As lawmakers vote on Juneteenth, a look at what’s happening to mark the day in Oregon

Some have taken their celebrations into their own hands.

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  • June 16 @ 5:11 pm

As Oregon lawmakers vote on Juneteenth, a look at what’s happening to mark the day

Some have taken their celebrations into their own hands.

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  • June 16 @ 5:11 pm

‘We can’t just say we are inclusive:’ How one investor is striving to make actions match its miss

Black Founders Matter started with a mission to fund Black entrepreneurs but after its first five investments the team realized a glaring concern: All its founders were men.

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  • June 16 @ 4:50 pm

Walkme debuts on the Nasdaq, price slumps

Walkme’s stock price declined on opening day, but the company still plans to party.

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  • June 16 @ 4:34 pm

Column: A Beaverton software firm prepares to hire 200 in next two years

The company makes software for the freight and logistics industry. It’s seen a spike in demand during the pandemic and has plans to hire hundreds over the next 2 years. TAO’s Skip Newberry chatted with DAT’s CEO about the company’s plans.

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  • June 16 @ 4:15 pm

SoCal e-commerce company expanding distribution site in Dallas area by 156,000 square feet

The firm has already created more than 200 jobs at the Grand Prairie site that handles distribution.

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  • June 16 @ 4:09 pm

Texas Medical Technology raises $33M to advance automated PPE tech

Texas Medical Technology plans to build a manufacturing facility to meet customer demand for its automated disposable-glove technology.

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  • June 16 @ 3:55 pm

Why Skanska started a commercial development practice in Los Angeles

Clare De Briere, executive vice president for commercial development in Los Angeles, on the Swedish construction firm’s strategy in L.A.

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  • June 16 @ 3:54 pm

Intuitive Machines will build 125K-SF Houston Spaceport facility, vacate existing location

Based on its initial growth in aerospace operations, Intuitive Machines determined it needed to expand its operations at the Houston Spaceport with a new 125,000-square-foot facility on a 12.5-acre plot.

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  • June 16 @ 3:37 pm

Pleasanton City Council approves 10x Genomics expansion

The project is part of a big expansion in the East Bay for the growing biotech.

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  • June 16 @ 3:10 pm

Etta Italian restaurant to open Houston location in Hines’ Texas Tower

The Chicago-based restaurant group is opening its first Houston locations in Hines’ Texas Tower, which is under construction downtown.

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  • June 16 @ 2:31 pm

Federal officials say they uncovered an insider trading ring in Silicon Valley

The participants in the alleged ring profited to the tune of $1.7 million from trading off insider information about Infinera and Fortinet, according to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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  • June 16 @ 2:02 pm

The Funded: Jumbo-sized $100M-plus rounds are abounding this week

Waymo scored a massive $2.5 billion round, but it was one of six companies whose latest fundings topped $150 million. Here’s that and other startup and venture news.

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  • June 16 @ 1:58 pm

Construction on Hollywood Park ‘city within a city’ hits halfway point

In addition to SoFi Stadium, the mega development in Inglewood will feature creative office space, retail and apartments.

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  • June 16 @ 1:34 pm

Exclusive: Vegan restaurant to take over Mirro’s Pizza space in South Tampa

Tampa restaurant veteran Keith Sedita and his wife, Jill, have a vision that could eventually become a multi-unit vegan restaurant chain.

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  • June 16 @ 1:33 pm

Zapproved co-founder back with a hard-driving startup

Chris Bright has combined his love of entrepreneurship and collector cars.

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  • June 16 @ 12:24 pm

Exclusive: Caldwell Cos. sells recently opened multifamily development, seeks more apartment projects

The 18-acre Asher Oaks community was completed in 2019 and features a 2-acre lake, jogging trails lined by 100-year-old oak trees and an amenity center.

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  • June 16 @ 10:45 am

Caldwell Cos. sells newly built multifamily development, seeks more apartment projects

The 18-acre Asher Oaks community was completed in 2019 and features a 2-acre lake, jogging trails lined by 100-year-old oak trees and an amenity center.

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  • June 16 @ 10:45 am

Exclusive: Historic church in St. Pete’s Old Northeast sold for potential adaptive reuse

The local investor has a few potential ideas to redevelop the church, which received historic landmark designation in 2020.

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  • June 16 @ 10:22 am

SFBT Wednesday Digest: Ballpark funding delay; Waymo pumps $2.5B in the tank

Meanwhile, thousands of Northern California farms and water agencies — including some in the Bay Area — are being told to stop drawing water from rivers and creeks.

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  • June 16 @ 10:15 am

Waymo drives away with $2.5B in massive funding round from Alphabet, Andreessen Horowitz, others

In the largest funding round of the year in Silicon Valley, Waymo’s co-CEOs said there was “no greater challenge” than finding a way to build and deploy fully autonomous vehicles at scale.

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  • June 16 @ 8:37 am

Here are the 6 air taxi companies taking the SPAC route to Wall Street

Six startups that are developing new kinds of electric-powered aircraft are planning to go public via mergers with blank-check companies or have already done so. Here’s a look at them.

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  • June 16 @ 7:30 am

It was a platform intended to revolutionize real estate. It ended with a bankruptcy auction.

The company landed in Chapter 7 earlier this year, but one of its founders vowed its technology still had value for the commercial real estate industry.

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  • June 15 @ 9:59 pm

Arizona broker buys CRE Simple’s deal-making platform at bankruptcy auction

The company landed in Chapter 7 earlier this year, but one of its founders vowed its technology still had value for the commercial real estate industry.

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  • June 15 @ 9:59 pm

Construction is paused on two of Katerra’s Bay Area projects after its bankruptcy filing

The construction tech firm, the materials supplier and architect for a smattering of Bay Area projects, notified project principals at the beginning of June.

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  • June 15 @ 9:23 pm

Hayward research park sells to San Francisco-based investor

The six-building campus is already host to a pair of biotech companies and is 81% leased.

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  • June 15 @ 6:44 pm

Hayward research park, designated biotech hub, sells to San Francisco-based investor

The six-building campus is already host to a pair of biotech companies and is 81% leased.

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  • June 15 @ 6:44 pm

Bay Area residents are celebrating California’s reopening online and off

Some locals took to Twitter to celebrate the state’s lifting of most of its Covid-related restrictions. Others did their celebrating out in public.

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  • June 15 @ 5:41 pm

Southern California investor buys 3 Arizona properties including industrial, hotel

The acquisitions are part of the firm’s new strategy to buy properties in key markets.

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  • June 15 @ 5:32 pm

L.A.-area logistics firm enters Houston with 353K-SF lease near port

Custom Goods will occupy the entire building at 9431 Bay Area Blvd., which is part of the 3.3 million-square-foot, 232-acre Bay Area Business Park.

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  • June 15 @ 5:21 pm

Office, remote or hybrid, insights on what tech workers want

As companies finalize return to office plans a new report from tech recruiting and analytics firm Dice shows that a remote or hybrid model should be a basis for those plans.

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  • June 15 @ 5:18 pm

Sources: Kilroy close to buying Austin trophy tower

The new Indeed Tower — which hasn’t even opened yet — is under contract to change hands, according to sources familiar with the situation. It would be the largest office transaction in Austin since the start of the pandemic.

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  • June 15 @ 5:17 pm

Faraday Future aims to get California EV factory up and running by next summer

The Los Angeles EV maker has hired design firm Ware Malcomb for its 1.1 million-square-foot facility in Hanford.

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  • June 15 @ 5:03 pm

Why Solectrac’s biggest investor went all in and bought the electric tractor maker

It only took 30 years of working in the electric tractor industry, but Steve Heckeroth finally found himself in the right place at the time. There was a problem though, he didn’t have the capital or the resources to rise to the occasion.

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  • June 15 @ 4:56 pm

Following bankruptcy filing, construction to pause on two of Katerra’s East Bay projects

The construction tech firm, the materials supplier and architect for a smattering of Bay Area projects, notified project principals at the beginning of June.

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  • June 15 @ 4:31 pm

Wealth management software provider Addepar’s valuation is now $2.2B — double what it was just 7 months ago

Addepar’s business and valuation soared during the Covid crisis.

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  • June 15 @ 3:59 pm

Money Talks: Why retail investor Vincent Diallo is bullish on the metaverse

Vincent Diallo envisions the future of ecommerce resembling a scene in Steven Spielberg’s sci-fi movie Ready Player One.

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  • June 15 @ 3:53 pm

McNair Interests to break ground on multifamily project on former energy company land

The overall master plan for the property includes additional mixed-use elements, including on-site food and beverage retail and was designed to maximize options for outdoor livability.

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  • June 15 @ 3:41 pm

California logistics firm enters Houston with 353K-SF lease near port

Custom Goods will occupy the entire building at 9431 Bay Area Blvd., which is part of the 3.3 million-square-foot, 232-acre Bay Area Business Park.

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  • June 15 @ 2:57 pm

Exclusive: Applied Materials has signed a lease on a 210,000-square-foot industrial space in Fremont

A month after acquiring three buildings in Sunnyvale to accommodate its growing business, Applied is expanding into another Silicon Valley city, according to real estate industry sources.

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  • June 15 @ 2:52 pm

Tampa biotech company unveils IPO price as it goes public

The proceeds are expected to hit $12.5 million after going public Tuesday morning.

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  • June 15 @ 1:28 pm

NASA taps Rocket Lab for Mars mission

The Long Beach aerospace company has been awarded a contract to design two Photon spacecraft for a scientific mission to the Red Planet.

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  • June 15 @ 1:25 pm

Nuro piloting autonomous FedEx package deliveries in Houston area

The pilot program in the Houston area marks the robotics company’s expansion into the parcel logistics sector.

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  • June 15 @ 1:18 pm

Nuro piloting autonomous FexEx package deliveries in Houston area

The pilot program in the Houston area marks the robotics company’s expansion into the parcel logistics sector.

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  • June 15 @ 1:18 pm

Arbela Technologies acquired by Texas tech firm

Argano has been expanding its reach with acquisitions and its newest addition hails from Orange County, California.

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  • June 15 @ 12:11 pm

Los Angeles investor buys Tempe apartments in second Phoenix-area acquisition

Decron Properties made its first purchase in Tempe in May and quickly followed it with a second acquisition.

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  • June 15 @ 11:52 am

Newly renovated creative office building near Universal Studios starts lease-up

The makeover of 4130 Cahuenga comes amid a surge in demand for media real estate as the industry returns to work after shutting down during the coronavirus crisis.

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  • June 15 @ 11:12 am

SFBT Digest: UC’s about-face on vaccine; Thumbtack rakes in the dough

Meanwhile, an Oakland-based development group wants to buy the city’s share of the Coliseum site with hopes of landing a professional women’s basketball team.

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  • June 15 @ 10:15 am

Newly minted social events unicorn snags $170M to ‘be of service to humanity’

IRL is an emerging social network sort of like Instagram. But instead of communities sharing images, they share events and activities.

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  • June 15 @ 9:54 am

After going viral on TikTok, Tampa startup Cirkul hires 100 with plans to double by end of year

“TikTok made me buy it” gave one Tampa startup overnight growth — and it’s not letting up.

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  • June 15 @ 9:45 am

Exclusive: Tampa startup hires 100 after going viral on TikTok, with plans to double by end of year

The “TikTok water bottle” took off on social media in March, tripling visitors to Cirkul’s site.

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  • June 15 @ 9:45 am

Ro Khanna: Facebook should shed Instagram and WhatsApp

Rep. Ro Khanna, one of the members of Congress who represents a chunk of Silicon Valley, said Monday he thinks Facebook should shed two of its biggest and most popular acquisitions.

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  • June 15 @ 9:34 am

Nuro to partner with FedEx on self-driving deliveries

Nuro said its FedEx partnership has already begin testing with a pilot program in Houston. It is the first expansion by Nuro into parcel logistics.

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  • June 15 @ 9:33 am

Silicon Valley SPAC to take public a Ford-backed solid state battery rival of San Jose-based QuantumScape

Solid Power and QuantumScape are working on solid state batteries which could provide longer battery life with less weight and lower cost than the lithium-ion batteries used in electric vehicles today.

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  • June 15 @ 9:30 am

The organic, vegetarian chain Amy’s Drive Thru has Portland in its sights

The Northern California-based restaurant company plans to expand on the West Coast over the next five years.

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  • June 15 @ 8:43 am

Shutterfly buying custom fabric company Spoonflower for $225M

The Durham-based maker of custom fabrics is being acquired by an online retailer backed by a global asset manager.

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  • June 15 @ 7:52 am

Multifamily developer Alliance Residential starts Houston-based industrial company

Alliance Industrial Co. is a new Houston-based platform focused on developing warehouse logistics and distribution space, a hot sector in real estate as e-commerce grows.

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  • June 15 @ 7:38 am

Exclusive: Naked Farmer signs deals to expand in Water Street, Coral Gables

Naked Farmer, which launched in downtown St. Petersburg at the onset of the novel coronavirus pandemic, has “big ambitions,” founder Jordan Johnson told the Business Journal.

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  • June 15 @ 6:00 am

A digital marketing firm has named a former TiVo exec as its new CEO

Sarah Gaeta spent five years with TiVo before joining Conversion Logix.

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  • June 14 @ 8:37 pm

Dallas-based Invesco acquires six parcels at East Bay life sciences and biotech hub

The six properties — one of the biggest buys in the East Bay in 2021 so far — are aimed at “early and mid-stage manufacturers as they develop their technologies.”

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  • June 14 @ 7:46 pm

Starcity’s shutdown likely means the end of its San Jose co-living project, experts say

Starcity had planned to build an 803-unit “dorm for adults” in Downtown San Jose’s North San Pedro neighborhood. But with the company’s shutdown, that project is likely doomed, local real estate experts say.

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  • June 14 @ 6:25 pm

The developer of a just-completed San Jose mixed-use project has taken out a $78.5M ‘bridge’ loan while

The Hudson Companies completed Vespaio — a Business Journal Structures award winner — last year. It took out the short-term loan while it tries to boost occupancy.

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  • June 14 @ 5:21 pm

Fremont-based Corsair Gaming’s stock pops on meme-fueled rally

Chatter on investor message boards on social media pushed Corsair Gaming’s stock up by nearly a third at one point on Monday.

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  • June 14 @ 4:58 pm

New Tri-Valley 2040 plan lays out big innovation goals for region

It’s the Bay Area’s fastest growing region. Now stakeholders want to prepare the Tri-Valley for continued, strategic growth over the next two decades

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  • June 14 @ 4:38 pm

Newly unveiled Tri-Valley 2040 plan seeks region’s continued, strategic growth

It’s the Bay Area’s fastest growing region. Now stakeholders want to prepare the Tri-Valley for continued, strategic growth over the next two decades

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  • June 14 @ 4:38 pm

Lowe tops out 2130 Violet St. in L.A. Arts District

The Los Angeles developer expects to complete the 113,000-square-foot creative office building early next year.

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  • June 14 @ 4:37 pm

Houston software firm targets hiring, product expansions after investment

CloudNine makes electronic discovery automation software for litigation, investigations and audits.

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  • June 14 @ 4:32 pm

Developer halts $2B Kalama methanol effort after seven-year fight

Port calls it a missed economic opportunity while greens celebrate a victory.

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  • June 14 @ 4:17 pm

Comcast’s NBCUniversal expects ‘our most profitable Olympics’ as Summer Games approach

“If you want to reach advertisers in the first quarter next year and you’re not NBC, good luck,” NBCUniversal CEO Jeff Shell said.

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  • June 14 @ 3:29 pm

Are you ready for an influx of freelancers? Stoke can help manage them

Stoke has developed an all-in-one software platform that helps companies manage freelance workers ahead of what could be a more independent workforce.

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  • June 14 @ 3:18 pm

Jay Paul has gotten the go-head for a massive office project in Austin

The Austin City Council last week gave final zoning approval for the Jay Paul project, bringing an end to a nearly year-long dispute.

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  • June 14 @ 3:13 pm

Amazon warehouse in Polk County sold for $170 million

Another Amazon-occupied Central Florida warehouse has sold for a blistering price.

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  • June 14 @ 3:07 pm

Why a downtown Portland law firm is shedding some office space

Ball Janik LLP is moving up in One Main Place and trimming its footprint.

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  • June 14 @ 2:58 pm

The Funded: Women-run health startup The Pill Club just scored $42M in new funding as it expands its focus

The Pill Club is very different from most Silicon Valley startups. It’s led by women and its workforce is mostly made up of women.

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  • June 14 @ 2:18 pm

Triten Real Estate Partners sells nearly 740K-SF industrial property near Port of Houston

The 44.6-acre portfolio consists of three single-tenant buildings occupied by trucking and logistics companies.

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  • June 14 @ 2:13 pm

WestShore Plaza owner Washington Prime files for bankruptcy reorganization, secures $100M in financing

Mall giant Washington Prime Group has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. It says it has new debtor-in-possession financing to “ensure that all business operations continue in the ordinary course without interruption.”

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  • June 14 @ 1:18 pm

Houston business development firm Hello Alice raises $21M Series B

Hello Alice will deploy funds from the Series B to enhance its machine-learning capabilities and to scale the money deployed through its platform.

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  • June 14 @ 12:40 pm

Fairfield Town Center owner Washington Prime files for bankruptcy reorganization in Houston

Washington Prime reached a restructuring support agreement with creditors holding a majority of the REIT’s debt and secured $100 million of debtor-in-possession financing from those creditors.

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  • June 14 @ 12:21 pm

Meet Michelle Johnson, a 40 Under 40 honoree who aims to prove women can make a mark in commercial real estate

“We live in a world where we are all interconnected and part of many communities. If you are not active, it is nearly impossible to make effective change.”

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  • June 14 @ 11:00 am

SFBT Monday Digest: Stripe in demand; S.F. restaurateurs to sell off establishments

Meanwhile, the California Independent System Operator (ISO) has issued a heat warning in advance of high temperatures this week.

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  • June 14 @ 10:15 am

Oakland will resume accepting applications for rental assistance in July

Amid overwhelming springtime demand, Oakland shut down its rental assistance portal and directed would-be applicants to state funds. The city has millions left to distribute.

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  • June 14 @ 9:56 am

Apple is expected to drop mask mandate in stores, some offices this week

Apple Store employees were told they won’t be required to ask shoppers for proof of vaccination. But they will continue to be required to wear masks themselves.

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  • June 14 @ 8:40 am

Exclusive: Apartment tower near Tropicana Field moves forward

The site for the tower, on the western edge of downtown St. Petersburg, abuts the Tropicana Field property. It is designed to front the Pinellas Trail.

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  • June 14 @ 6:48 am

Portland addiction treatment center to exit downtown digs for $27.6M east county facility

Fora Health is exiting downtown for $27.6M new space.

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  • June 11 @ 6:42 pm

Brazi Bites founder talks pandemic growth and challenges, new products

Brazi Bites sales and workforce have grown steadily since a San Francisco private equity form acquired a majority stake in 2018.

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  • June 11 @ 5:00 pm

One of two Mercedes Benz of San Francisco outposts trades hands

The property has unique qualities among those on the market in SoMa, the buyer said.

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  • June 11 @ 4:44 pm

How digital health is making UCSF’s lung transplant program more accessible

This UCSF doctor has tried to make his lung transplant clinic go digital for years. The pandemic made it happen virtually overnight.

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  • June 11 @ 4:41 pm

L.A. startups taking different paths to going public — plus other L.A. tech news

LegalZoom and Dave both plan to go public, though they’re taking different paths, and Silicon Beach-founded TaskUs rang in NASDAQ’s opening bell.

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  • June 11 @ 4:09 pm

Lululemon scales up footwear operation in Portland, leases 28K square feet

The company’s investment in Portland signals the continued health of the city’s robust athletic and outdoor industry, which remains a cornerstone of the state’s economy.

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  • June 11 @ 2:12 pm

The Funded: Momentus, the Santa Clara space tech startup, says its SPAC merger is cleared for takeoff

The startup has signed an agreement with the federal government clearing the national security concerns that held up its merger. Here’s more on that and other venture and startup news at week’s end.

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  • June 11 @ 1:46 pm

Former Tektronix employees share stories as the tech titan turns 75

The company helped lay the groundwork for the Oregon’s technology industry. Oh, and it’s also won a few Emmys.

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  • June 11 @ 1:12 pm

Boston-based tech company bets big on Tampa with upcoming hiring spree

The company expects to at least double its workforce in the next 12 months, while working with universities to build the tech talent pipeline.

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  • June 11 @ 12:26 pm

Social justice apparel maker Mimi’s Fresh Tees announces first retail store

The social justice apparel company will hold a grand opening celebration on Saturday at the location, which is in Old Town at 123 N.W. Second Ave.

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  • June 11 @ 11:47 am

L.A. restaurant group to bring pickleball-themed restaurants to Austin area

Austin real estate investor David Kahn has partnered with a restaurant company to open multiple locations combining the sport of pickleball with eating and drinking. Click through for more details.

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  • June 11 @ 11:28 am

WeWork leases Pacific Design Center floor to L.A. e-commerce startup

The co-working company redesigned the seventh floor in the Green Building to feature podcast studios, styling suites, photo/casting studios, director studios and a large classroom.

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  • June 11 @ 11:12 am

Amplitude is now worth $4B. But the startup’s path began after a failure.

Like the good entrepreneurs that they are, the founders of Amplitude took the best working tech component from their previously failed startup and built what has since become a wildly successful company valued at $4 billion.

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  • June 11 @ 10:50 am

SFBT Friday Digest: 1K new homes near BART; State claws back almost $1B for high-speed rail

Meanwhile, longtime San Francisco Supervisor Aaron Peskin said Thursday he will be entering treatment for alcohol dependency.

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  • June 11 @ 10:15 am

Nail-painting robots? They’ve arrived in the Marina district

And they could be coming to an office, apartment or retailer near you.

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  • June 11 @ 9:49 am

Nail-painting robots arrive in the Marina in search of beauty tech’s next hot amenity

Clockwork’s nail-painting robots could be coming to an office, apartment or retailer near you.

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  • June 11 @ 9:49 am

SheerID hires tech finance vet John Ewert as CFO

John Ewert has helped two high profile Portland area tech companies get acquired in the last seven years.

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  • June 11 @ 9:14 am

Palo Alto-based Archer Aviation unveils 2-seat demo aircraft at flashy L.A. event

The “Maker” aircraft shown off in a live-streamed event looks much like the renderings that the Palo Alto startup has shown since earlier this year. But it was the first time the company had shown actual plane.

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  • June 11 @ 8:47 am

As business surges, new retailers struggle to find places to build, real estate exec says

Jason Baker of Baker Katz thinks retail across all sectors is booming.

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  • June 11 @ 6:30 am

K2bio coworking research facility for biotech, pharma startups opening this summer

K2bio aims to offer turnkey services for early-stage biotech companies looking to advance clinical development and research.

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  • June 11 @ 5:30 am

Investments in retail health and wellness technology have a record first quarter

The $4.2 billion invested from January through March nearly equaled the $4.8 billion invested in all of 2019.

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  • June 11 @ 4:00 am

Selby Gardens’ fundraising advances as local architect is named for project

Downtown Sarasota’s Marie Selby Botanical Gardens has secured another $1 million gift for its master plan and recently brought on a local architect for the project.

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  • June 11 @ 4:00 am

These five women are the architects of Tampa Bay’s startup scene

Almost every major startup organization in the region is led by a woman. They’re setting the tone that could have a ripple effect across the entire tech ecosystem.

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  • June 11 @ 4:00 am

Land broker Nancy Surak is an open book

The senior land adviser and managing broker of Land Advisors Organization Tampa Bay spoke with the Business Journal on how Tampa Bay’s explosive growth is affecting the land market, her Instagrammable personal brand launch and more.

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  • June 11 @ 4:00 am

A bit of Vegas in the East Bay? Here’s what we know about the new owner of Concord Villages.

A Nevada developer and a member of a prominent business family have joined forces to buy a large surplus land site in Concord.

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  • June 10 @ 8:49 pm

Large Daly City office building trades hands, poised for life sciences conversion

The buyer has some experience creating new lab space — it sold one of its projects last year for $1 billion.

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  • June 10 @ 8:35 pm

Salesforce is poised to shape its technologies around Slack

The company expects its pending $27.7 billion acquisition of the popular business messaging platform to be finalized in the next two months.

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  • June 10 @ 8:32 pm

Outstanding Voices: Miriam Aguirre trailblazed a path for LGBTQ tech workers

“For better or for worse, I’ve always been out because of the way that I look. It’s never been something that I’ve shied away from or tried to hide,” Aguirre said.

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  • June 10 @ 8:00 pm

Outstanding Voices: Marcy Coburn took a journey in 1992. It changed her life forever.

It was the 500th anniversary of Columbus’ invasion of the Americas. Time to hitchhike across America.

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  • June 10 @ 8:00 pm

Outstanding Voices: Peyton Rice discovers ‘the beauty in being yourself’

Peyton Rice lived around the world as a child. But his biggest journey would come as an adult.

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  • June 10 @ 8:00 pm

WeWork COO gives outlook for coworking in wake of Covid-19

Shyam Gidumal spoke about what the past year has been like, the company’s strategy in growth markets, and the outlook for flexible office space in the wake of the pandemic.

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  • June 10 @ 7:55 pm

Fremont’s new apartments are the biggest in the Bay Area and among the largest in the nation

Apartments currently being built in Fremont average nearly 1,000 square feet in size, the study found. That’s 151 square feet bigger than those built there from 2016 to 2020.

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  • June 10 @ 6:17 pm

Photos: Life Time opens downtown Houston fitness club at GreenStreet

Life Time GreenStreet — which features a fitness club and coworking space — is only the second time in the company’s history it has targeted an urban center for expansion.

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  • June 10 @ 5:30 pm

Amplitude is now worth $4 billion. But the startup’s path began after a failure.

Like the good entrepreneurs that they are, the founders of Amplitude took the best working tech component from their previously failed startup, and built was has since become a wildly successful company valued at $4 billion.

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  • June 10 @ 4:54 pm

Salesforce poised to shape technologies around Slack

The company expects its pending $27.7 billion acquisition of the popular business messaging platform to be finalized in the next two months.

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  • June 10 @ 4:50 pm

Portland startup Source snags $1.3M, heads to new cities

The company will use the added funds to open materials libraries in more cities as it resumes an expansion that was paused during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic in the U.S.

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  • June 10 @ 4:47 pm

Apple has hired the former CEO of EV startup Canoo to help lead its car project

Ulrich Kranz comes to Apple after spending some 35 years in the car industry, including founding electric car startup Canoo and helping develop battery-powered vehicles at BMW.

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  • June 10 @ 4:46 pm

San Francisco-based Landing joins Bay Area HQ exodus in moving out of California

The company is getting economic incentives to make the move.

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  • June 10 @ 4:37 pm

Suspect in Portland Garment Factory fire arrested

The April 19 fire inflicted heavy damage on the business.

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  • June 10 @ 4:31 pm

Landsea closes deal for Alameda Marina townhomes site

Here’s when the Southern California homebuilder expects to begin construction.

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  • June 10 @ 4:22 pm

Tektronix at 75: Inside the delirious highs and painful lows of an Oregon tech industry titan

Tektronix has a celebrated history and culture, not to mention a few Emmys, but its journey has at times been painful.

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  • June 10 @ 3:31 pm

Mattel makes a Barbie from recovered ocean-bound plastic

It’s the next step in the toy manufacturer’s sustainability efforts.

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  • June 10 @ 2:40 pm

The film capital of the world is building even more filming space. Here’s where.

Sound stage occupancy has already hovered above 95% for the past several years.

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  • June 10 @ 1:50 pm

Meet the newest $20 million investment fund that just launched in Florida

“We’re seeing a new wave of innovation in our pipeline and said, ‘We want to be part of that.’”

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  • June 10 @ 12:05 pm

L.A. company’s film studio project outside Austin being tweaked after community pushback

A massive film studio project could be on its way to Bastrop, Texas, but the plans have been met with objections from neighbors.

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  • June 10 @ 11:02 am

SFBT Thursday Digest: Tech titan’s remote work move; Startups land megarounds

Meanwhile, the former location of the storied S.F. restaurant Empress of China — which had closed down before the pandemic — is getting a big reboot thanks to one restaurateur.

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  • June 10 @ 10:15 am

‘Totally serendipitously’: How the project team behind 9000 Wilshire came to be led by women

From acquisition to engineering to leasing, the leaders on the project are all women.

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  • June 10 @ 10:00 am

San Jose Planning Commission unanimously supports a two-tower downtown office project

Located near the San Jose McEnery Convention Center and the Children’s Discovery Museum, the planned development would bring nearly 1.23 million square feet of office space to downtown.

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  • June 10 @ 9:38 am

GPS startup NexNav to go public valued at $1.2B in SPAC deal

The company offers GPS that can show exactly where a device is, including which floor of a multi-story building.

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  • June 10 @ 9:28 am

Water Street Tampa signs local tenant for new office tower

It’s the third lease developer Strategic Property Partners has announced in the 20-story Thousand & One office tower.

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  • June 10 @ 8:26 am

SoftBank helps talent and recruiting unicorn Eightfold double valuation with $220M funding

The new round comes a little over seven months after the Mountain View-based company joined Silicon Valley’s unicorns in a $125 million funding round.

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  • June 10 @ 8:15 am

Dow to build new facility in Freeport, shut down polyurethane assets in La Porte

The new facility will have 30% more capacity than Dow’s current North America capacity in La Porte.

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  • June 10 @ 7:33 am

Meet Tim Dosch, a 40 Under 40 honoree who co-founded a land brokerage and a nonprofit endeavor

“As much as I value winning professionally, it is empty by itself unless that success is used to help people in need.”

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  • June 10 @ 7:00 am

As Midtown Tampa’s shops and restaurants open, a neighborhood 20-plus years in the making emerges

With the opening of Shake Shack, more people than ever are getting their first look at the 1.8-million-square-foot Midtown, which includes two office buildings, apartments, the dual-flag hotel and 240,000 square feet of retail, restaurant and entertainment space. But those first impressions may not tell the whole story.

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  • June 10 @ 6:21 am

Houston energy software firm Quorum Software doubles headcount after recent M&A

In addition to headcount growth, Quorum’s recent M&A activity gave the company around 100 new clients, the CEO said. The firm now serves more than 1,800 energy clients in 55 nations.

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  • June 10 @ 6:00 am

Facebook has revised its post-Covid plan and will allow all workers to apply to work remotely, permanently

Facebook is no longer limiting the option of permanent remote work to employees of certain seniority levels.

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  • June 9 @ 5:22 pm

Facebook revises post-pandemic plan to allow for permanent remote-work option

Facebook will allow all employees at any level of seniority to request a permanent remote work approach in the post-pandemic workplace, a company official said Wednesday.

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  • June 9 @ 5:22 pm

Blockchain startup Solana Labs raises $314M — with a couple twists

Solana is focused on using its blockchain network for decentralized finance, a developing area of the crypto space.

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  • June 9 @ 4:46 pm

Molekule’s co-founder is out as CEO. Here’s who’s replacing her.

The new CEO aims to grow Molekule into a large consumer brand, but it won’t be easy.

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  • June 9 @ 4:39 pm

Longtime consumer tech exec replaces Molekule co-founder as CEO

Jonathan Harris aims to grow Molekule into a large consumer brand, but it won’t be easy.

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  • June 9 @ 4:39 pm

Marqeta CEO Jason Gardner reflects on IPO milestone day: Mom is so proud

“My mom said to me, probably 15 times today, ‘I can’t believe you did this,’” the Marqeta CEO said.

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  • June 9 @ 4:33 pm

How Gates Foundation, new health-tech CEO are sounding out new ‘echo’ directions

As ultrasound devices get smaller and more portable, Caption Health’s AI-based software could allow more health care workers to perform the tricky task of taking clear pictures of the heart and, perhaps, the lungs and more.

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  • June 9 @ 4:32 pm

SoCal law firm Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth expands IP practice to Austin

Austin continues to be a magnet for California companies, with Newport Beach-based Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth recently announcing it’s opened an office there.

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  • June 9 @ 4:28 pm

Do tenants want to pay rent with bitcoin? One commercial landlord is about to find out.

The experiment, the landlord says, was her broker’s idea.

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  • June 9 @ 4:27 pm

S.F. Mission landlord banks on bitcoin to help fill office vacancy

Will bitcoin lease payments help facilitate tenants’ return to the physical office? One San Francisco landlord is about to find out.

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  • June 9 @ 4:27 pm

Exclusive: Tampa Prep kicks off fundraising for new science building with $1.2M in donations

“We live in a city with Morsani College of Medicine, that is so beautiful and if this is the way science is taught at colleges, we want to do that too in high schools.”

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  • June 9 @ 3:50 pm

10 top VCs are launching Screendoor, an investment vehicle designed to help boost underrepresented investors

With $50 million in capital at hand, Screendoor will invest in and advise new venture investors who are members of minority groups, whether they are striking out on their own or are partners of firms.

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  • June 9 @ 3:38 pm

San Gabriel Valley industrial property acquired for co-warehouse update

Frontline is partnering with Saltbox, an Atlanta-based startup that subdivides warehouses into smaller suites.

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  • June 9 @ 3:14 pm

Khosla Ventures’ first SPAC plans to take Boston drug discovery startup Valo Health public

The health tech startup in Boston and Lexington is the latest Massachusetts-based company to make the call to go public through a deal with a special purpose acquisition company, or SPAC.

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  • June 9 @ 2:21 pm

The Funded: San Jose chatbot startup WhatFix scores $90M in new funding as rival WalkMe files for a $340M IPO

Seventeen funding and several deals top Bay Area startup and investor news at midweek. Here are the details.

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  • June 9 @ 2:16 pm

Buc-ee’s to break ground on first Tennessee travel center

Buc-ee’s adds The Volunteer State to its expansion list.

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  • June 9 @ 1:21 pm

Baker Hughes, Air Products team up to advance clean hydrogen fuel projects

The companies are teaming up to advance the development of hydrogen compression to lower production costs and speed adoption of hydrogen as a clean fuel source.

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  • June 9 @ 1:12 pm

Kroger offers more details on Tampa fulfillment center for grocery deliveries

The grocery giant has three warehouses in Florida so far: A major hub near Orlando and spokes in Tampa and Jacksonville.

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  • June 9 @ 11:58 am

Clearwater air quality company wins $30M contract with government group

The contract comes at a time organizations and businesses alike are fully investing in air purification technology.

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  • June 9 @ 11:38 am

Co-living startup with spaces in L.A. to close, transfer 7,500 units to competitor

The venture-backed startup raised $50 million to date and bought a competitor late last year.

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  • June 9 @ 11:00 am

Two Huntington Beach industrial buildings sell for $35 million

The sales come amid a tight industrial real estate market across Greater Los Angeles.

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  • June 9 @ 10:44 am

Midtown Tampa’s new Whole Foods opens next month

The specialty grocer, owned by Amazon.com, is moving a store from a nearby shopping center to Walters Crossing.

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  • June 9 @ 10:20 am

S.F. OKs the Creamery’s move to the Mission amid gentrification concerns

The popular cafe and coffee shop shuttered its operation in SoMa last year as the pandemic gripped the region.

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  • June 9 @ 10:15 am

SFBT Wednesday Digest: Reddit roils stocks; DoorDash’s Asian expansion

Meanwhile, a senior San Francisco building inspector has been placed on administrative leave after allegedly failing to report a loan from a politically connected developer.

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  • June 9 @ 10:15 am

Special operations experience is at the core of this cybersecurity startup

Don’t mess with this startup. Horizon3.ai is building a cybersecurity startup based on special operations veterans and culture.

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  • June 9 @ 9:54 am

What 3 new downtown San Jose residential towers proposed by Urban Community and Terrascape Ventures look like

We now know exactly how many new residences Urban Community and Terrascape Ventures LLC want to bring to downtown San Jose’s South First Area — and what the three-building project would would look like.

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  • June 9 @ 9:38 am

Payment unicorn Marqeta scores $1.2B in IPO that handily tops targets

A client roster that includes Square, Uber and Instacart sparked strong demand for Marqeta’s shares.

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  • June 9 @ 8:30 am

Starcity, co-living startup behind big downtown San Jose project, to close

The venture-backed startup Starcity owns eight properties in the Bay Area, including a 0.8 acre site in San Jose that was earmarked for a massive co-living project.

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  • June 9 @ 8:11 am

Marqeta rises in first-day trading, pushing valuation to $16 billion

A client roster that includes Square, Uber and Instacart sparked strong demand for Marqeta’s shares.

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  • June 9 @ 8:10 am

Marqeta opens trading above IPO price, pushing valuation to $17 billion

A client roster that includes Square, Uber and Instacart sparked strong demand for Marqeta’s shares.

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  • June 9 @ 8:10 am

Marqeta prices above range, valued at $14 billion in IPO

A client roster that includes Square, Uber and Instacart sparked strong demand for Marqeta’s shares.

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  • June 9 @ 8:10 am

Marqeta prices above range, raises $1.2 billion in IPO

A client roster that includes Square, Uber and Instacart sparked strong demand for Marqeta’s shares.

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  • June 9 @ 8:10 am

Marqeta to go public amid strong investor demand

A client roster that includes Square, Uber and Instacart sparked strong demand for Marqeta’s shares.

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  • June 9 @ 8:10 am

S.F. co-living startup to close, transfer 7,500 units to competitor

The venture-backed startup raised $50 million to date and bought a competitor late last year.

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  • June 9 @ 8:00 am

These 10 Bay Area companies are lined up to follow Marqeta’s IPO

The Bay Area looks like it will easily set a post-dotcom era record for the number of local companies going public in one year.

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  • June 9 @ 7:49 am

Exclusive: Tampa restaurateur to open second concept in Sparkman Wharf

The new concept will feature gourmet sandwiches and “snack smorgasbords.”

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  • June 9 @ 6:45 am

Frito-Lay announces another $200M Houston-area expansion, adding 160 jobs

The latest $200 million expansion is in addition to a $138 million investment Frito-Lay announced in 2019, which is expected to be complete in late 2021.

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  • June 8 @ 7:28 pm

Esperanza Spalding makes her $300K fundraising goal, with a big nudge from an anonymous donor

Spalding’s sanctuary for BIPOC artists looks like it will become a reality.

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  • June 8 @ 7:20 pm

Houston-area execs named 2021 EY Entrepreneur of the Year Gulf Coast Awards finalists

The winners will be announced at a virtual event on Aug. 4, EY said.

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  • June 8 @ 6:23 pm

Sand Hill Property sells North San Jose building it planned to replace with a mixed-use project

Sand Hill Property Company once considered building a corporate campus, retail space and residences on the site before ultimately shelving those plans.

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  • June 8 @ 6:17 pm

Sand Hill Property has sold a North San Jose building it planned to replace with a mixed-use project for $50M

Sand Hill Property Company once considered building a corporate campus, retail space and residences on the site before ultimately shelving those plans.

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  • June 8 @ 6:17 pm

Sand Hill Property has sold North San Jose building it planned to replace with a mixed-use project for $50M

Sand Hill Property was considering building a corporate campus, retail space and residences on the site before ultimately shelving those plans.

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  • June 8 @ 6:17 pm

3 reasons to be hopeful about Portland’s startup scene

These three companies hope to demonstrate what it’s like to ride high out of the pandemic.

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  • June 8 @ 6:12 pm

Arcimoto gets a lift from inclusion in Russell stock indexes

The Russell 2000 is a widely used benchmark for small-cap companies.

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  • June 8 @ 5:28 pm

Vax without borders: Network pushes open-source backbone for vaccine certificates

The network could provide the trust and interoperability among Covid vaccine certificates that other digital exchanges — think email —already rely on.

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  • June 8 @ 4:49 pm

Owner of prominent downtown Portland buildings snags health certification

Unico said 30 buildings across six markets have put in place viral response policies.

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  • June 8 @ 4:42 pm

LendingClub makes key hires to fuel digital banking growth

The company’s shares are up more than 60% this year, given the powerful economics of operating its own bank.

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  • June 8 @ 4:25 pm

USF breaks ground on wellness center, more than tripling its space

The building will address physical, mental and emotional health come fall 2022.

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  • June 8 @ 4:14 pm

The latest Reddit short-selling sensation? Clover Health nearly doubles

Reddit retail traders, who make fun of themselves with memes and use crude language, rally together to boost stocks that have been heavily shorted.

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  • June 8 @ 4:09 pm

High-profile tech exec launches run for Oregon governor’s office

Tech executive Jessica Gomez is running for the Republican nomination for Oregon’s governor.

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  • June 8 @ 4:00 pm

Rise Communities to add Katy ISD elementary to Cane Island master-planned community

The new elementary school is scheduled to open in fall 2022 at 7400 Innovation Drive.

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  • June 8 @ 2:39 pm

Continental Development secures $30 million refi loan for Fisker’s new headquarters

Sonnenblick-Eichner Company arranged the first mortgage debt.

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  • June 8 @ 1:36 pm

Houston venture group launches investor studio to scale B2B software startups

The Houston-based investor studio, which launched in 2019, will bring cash to the table for software startups raising seed capital.

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  • June 8 @ 1:15 pm

JFrog takes lessons from reopening Israeli offices as it prepares to bring Valley workers back

The Sunnyvale-based company is trying to avoid “culture shock” after it reopens its workplaces on June 15.

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  • June 8 @ 12:45 pm

JFrog is taking lessons from reopening its Israeli offices as it prepares to bring its Valley workers back

The Sunnyvale-based company is trying to avoid “culture shock” after it reopens its workplaces on June 15.

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  • June 8 @ 12:45 pm

Pride in the Workplace 2021: Corey Routh of New Seasons

Corey Routh takes pride in working with a company that “goes beyond performative efforts and actively advocates for and supports the LGBTQIA+ community.”

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  • June 8 @ 12:07 pm

Artist installs vast ‘DOTS’ sculpture on new UT housing in downtown Tampa

The new, permanent public art sculpture adorns the side of The Henry building.

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  • June 8 @ 12:03 pm

Hulu ID’d as tenant behind 351,000 SF lease at Colorado Center

Boston Properties is on a roll with media and tech leases in Los Angeles.

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  • June 8 @ 11:26 am

Streetwear startup snags grant, eyes expansion

The Portland-based company will use a $5,000 grant to continue building its infrastructure.

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  • June 8 @ 10:28 am

SFBT Tuesday Digest: Condo sales soar; Fastly glitch halts Internet

Meanwhile, San Francisco is pushing back against a PG&E plan for upgrades that officials say would cost the city too much.

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  • June 8 @ 10:15 am

TMG Partners to buy NortonLifeLock’s South Bay HQ campus for $358M

After relocating to Arizona and selling off its Symantec name, NortonLifeLock has been selling off its Silicon Valley real estate portfolio.

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  • June 8 @ 10:07 am

Outer Sunset cafe to close after chef founder departs, partner seeks new cafe operator

The beach-adjacent cafe is seeking a 50% partner to open a new restaurant or cafe venture at the site.

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  • June 8 @ 10:00 am

Outer Sunset cafe future up in the air after chef and operator bows out

The beach-adjacent cafe is seeking a 50% partner.

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  • June 8 @ 10:00 am

Why Joe Montana and big names are all backing Medallion to cure digital health’s biggest headache

Medallion’s automation software addresses a nasty thorn that has slowed the expansion of digital health companies.

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  • June 8 @ 9:49 am

Snowflake CEO Frank Slootman walks back remarks about diversity, hiring

Snowflake’s CEO set off a storm of criticism whe he told Bloomberg that a more “moderated” approach is needed to ensure diversity doesn’t override merit in hiring and promoting employees.

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  • June 8 @ 9:21 am

Former Portland-area biotech exec sentenced for insider trading, report says

Mark Ahn formerly led Portland-based Galena Biopharma.

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  • June 8 @ 9:19 am

Jerome Guillen, one of Tesla’s top 4 execs, leaves the company

One analyst described the departure of Jerome Guillen as a “huge and unexpected loss.”

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  • June 8 @ 9:03 am

Relativity unveils larger, reusable 3D-printed rocket to make it compete with SpaceX

The Long Beach aerospace company’s funding now totals more than $1.3 billion.

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  • June 8 @ 8:00 am

Canadian transplant Codeboxx secures $1.6M in funding

This is the first local funding of the month, following more than $13 million raised in May.

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  • June 8 @ 5:57 am

Darryl Shaw, Kettler reveal first phase of Tampa Park Apartments redevelopment

The first building in the mixed-use district will add apartments and retail space to the former Tampa Park Apartments site.

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  • June 8 @ 5:33 am

‘Smart motor’ startup Turntide Technologies is getting into vehicle drivetrains after a pair of acquisi

Sunnyvale-based Turntide had been focusing on motors for heating, ventilation and cooling systems. It’s new purchases bring with them battery and drivetrain expertise.

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  • June 8 @ 2:01 am

Top of the List: Facebook just joined the top ranks of the Bay Area’s biggest companies

While Facebook moved up the ranks, Wells Fargo moved in the opposite direction.

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  • June 7 @ 7:13 pm

NortonLifeLock to sell Mountain View campus for $358 million to TMG Partners

After relocating to Arizona and selling off its Symantec name, NortonLifeLock has been selling off its Silicon Valley real estate portfolio.

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  • June 7 @ 6:13 pm

NortonLifeLock sells Mountain View campus for $358 million to TMG Partners

After relocating to Arizona and selling off its Symantec name, NortonLifeLock has been selling off its Silicon Valley real estate portfolio.

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  • June 7 @ 6:13 pm

NortonLifeLock just reached an agreement to sell the crown jewel of its Mountain View real estate portfolio for $35

After relocating to Arizona and selling off its Symantec name, NortonLifeLock has been selling off its former headquarters.

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  • June 7 @ 6:13 pm

New real estate investment firm acquires West University Place mixed-use development

35 South Capital was launched in 2021 by four veterans of Houston’s real estate scene.

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  • June 7 @ 5:52 pm

Crane Watch: West San Jose could soon be a hotbed for mixed-use development

Santana Row might not stand out so much in the near future in West San Jose, thanks to a slew of new mixed-use projects in the works for the area.

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  • June 7 @ 5:22 pm

Brisbane redevelopments could add 5,000 homes, commercial space and hotel

The projects, both in the works for years, recently took big steps.

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  • June 7 @ 5:00 pm

Some Apple employees are balking at its post-Covid return-to-work policy

Apple’s return-to-work policy is less flexible than that of many other tech companies. Some employees aren’t happy about that.

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  • June 7 @ 4:59 pm

Stitch Fix rallies 15% with narrower-than-expected loss

The company also grew its active client base to more than 4.1 million, a 20% YoY growth.

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  • June 7 @ 4:58 pm

The Pitch: SheShatters is here to help women fight burnout

The startup was born out of its founder’s own experience with burnout as a health care executive during Covid-19.

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  • June 7 @ 4:54 pm

Ashton Kutcher-backed Collective lands $20M to save freelancers time and money on taxes

Preparing taxed when you’re a freelancer is a nightmare. This startup is trying to make it as pain-free as possible.

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  • June 7 @ 4:28 pm

Skanska building first ground-up office development in Beverly Hills — meet the team

The project team behind 9000 Wilshire — all women, by the way — on their favorite features, who their target tenants are, and how it’s been affected by the pandemic.

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  • June 7 @ 4:22 pm

Big Bay Area biopharma scoops up major North Carolina office space

The move comes after the company earlier this year announced it would open a new center in Raleigh to house multiple operations and 275 employees.

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  • June 7 @ 4:13 pm

Rexford Industrial buys another 5 SoCal industrial properties

So far this year, the Los Angeles real estate investment firm’s acquisitions total $232 million.

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  • June 7 @ 4:10 pm

Automotive co. enters Houston with planned Volvo dealership on Washington Ave.

The company negotiated a 20-year ground lease at 7620 Washington Ave.

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  • June 7 @ 2:36 pm

Italian manufacturer Roboze aims to expand headcount, business after moving U.S. operations to Houston

Roboze develops custom, 3D-printed materials for clients in energy, aerospace and other industrial sectors. It’s also looking to expand to additional customers.

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  • June 7 @ 2:16 pm

Huntsman Corp. replaces top financial officer

The company appointed an executive who has been involved with its mergers and acquisitions efforts in recent years.

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  • June 7 @ 2:11 pm

The Funded: 23andMe plans to make its Nasdaq debut next week after its SPAC merger

Here’s more on the Sunnyvale DNA-testing unicorn’s plans, along with news about three new IPO filings and other venture deals from the region at the start of a new week.

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  • June 7 @ 1:50 pm

The Funded: 23andMe plans to make its NYSE debut next week after its SPAC merger

Here’s more on the Sunnyvale DNA-testing unicorn’s plans, along with news about three new IPO filings and other venture deals from the region at the start of a new week.

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  • June 7 @ 1:50 pm

As youth sports restart, Beyond Pulse eyes sales boom

The Portland-based sports technology startup expects sales over the next three months to exceed the previous two-and-a-half years.

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  • June 7 @ 12:48 pm

SoftBank-backed Katerra seeks bankruptcy protection, blames Covid, lender

The SoftBank Group Corp.-backed construction company, which recently moved its headquarters to Houston, said it is proceeding with certain active projects in a number of states but has also notified key stakeholders that many of its U.S. projects will be “demobilizing.”

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  • June 7 @ 11:56 am

Los Angeles sound stage company plans moviemaking mecca outside Austin

A massive film studio project could be on its way to this city outside Austin, which has been designated as friendly to the film industry. Click through to read more about the plans, as well as some objections from neighbors.

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  • June 7 @ 11:26 am

New York, Swiss investors buy majority of Tampa Bay marketing tech company

This is the 15th local company to be acquired in 2021, with activity showing no sign of slowing down.

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  • June 7 @ 11:22 am

Snap Inc. snaps up more space at Santa Monica headquarters

Boston Properties also announced on Monday that it had secured a 351,000 square-foot, seven-year lease with an unnamed “leading entertainment company.”

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  • June 7 @ 11:05 am

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French sporting goods company Decathlon, which has a prominent Emeryville location, recently leased a 144,408-square-foot warehouse across the freeway from the Oakland Coliseum.

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How R-Zero caught the attention of Dr. Phil

Catching a break on the daytime talkshow was a lucky, but it was also part of the plan.

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  • June 7 @ 9:52 am

Experts think arrival of real self-driving cars is likely decades away — if ever

Elon Musk keeps predicting the imminent arrival of “full self-driving” Teslas, but experts aren’t sure if we will ever get the self-driving cars that he and others have promised.

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PacifiCorp teams with Bill Gates nuclear startup TerraPower on Wyoming coal-replacement project

Utility optimistic small modular reactor paired with energy storage will pencil out.

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Jeff Bezos says he will join the crew of his rocket company’s first manned space flight

The world’s richest person also said he is bringing his brother with him.

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State of Manufacturing: Bay area manufacturers to offer up post-Covid strategies

At the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s upcoming “State of Manufacturing” panel discussion, we’ll explore some key issues facing the sector like supply chain and inflationary pressure and post-pandemic operations.

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SoftBank-backed Katerra blames Covid, lender, as it seeks bankruptcy protection

The SoftBank Group Corp.-backed construction company said it is proceeding with certain active projects in a number of states but has also notified key stakeholders that many of its U.S. projects will be “demobilizing.”

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LinkedIn: Tampa Bay lands in top 10 for tech worker relocations

If it seems like everyone on your LinkedIn feed is announcing a move — there’s now data to back that up.

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  • June 7 @ 6:34 am

As restaurants rebound, Welbilt is in a good spot as potential bidding war looms

An offer from Ali Group could lead to an even better one from Middleby, analysts told the Business Journal.

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DeSantis signs impact fee restrictions

One measure limits local impact fees imposed on builders and developers to help pay for infrastructure to handle growth.

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  • June 7 @ 5:43 am

C-Suite Rides: Sedan luxury abounds in the Cadillac CT5 and Genesis G80 (PHOTOS)

The lesser-priced Cadillac CT5 more than holds its own with the more-expensive Genesis G80

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  • June 6 @ 6:37 pm

Stellanova Therapeutics hiring, advancing clinical pipeline after $15.5M raise

The company is targeting therapies for aggressive forms of cancer, like pancreatic cancer and triple-negative breast cancer.

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  • June 6 @ 7:00 am

Pulte spent $50M to complete its purchase of the San Jose mobile home park it plans to turn into luxury homes

Pulte has already gotten city approval to demolish the 111-home mobile park and build nearly 700 new residences in their place.

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  • June 4 @ 7:21 pm

Reid Hoffman and Mark Pincus’ latest SPAC is reportedly near a deal to take Aurora Innovation public

Aurora and Hoffman and Pincus’ Reinvent Technology Partners Y could announce a merger deal as soon as next week, according to the report.

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Former Nike exec joins Seattle-area tech firm

Natalie Hausia-Haugen spent more than five years at Nike and more than nine years at Target before taking her new role at the Bellevue-based company.

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  • June 4 @ 5:29 pm

An older office building in Palo Alto just sold for an eye-popping $1,455 a square foot

Bay Area Industrial paid $33.8 million for the property, despite its age, distance from Downtown Palo Alto — and big questions about office demand post-pandemic.

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  • June 4 @ 5:15 pm

A older office building in Palo Alto just sold for an eye-popping $1,455 a square foot

Bay Area Industrial paid $33.8 million for the property, despite its age, distance from Downtown Palo Alto — and big questions about office demand post-pandemic.

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  • June 4 @ 5:15 pm

Olyns offers recycling bins with a high-tech touch

What are the public’s pain points when it comes to recycling? Is it sorting? Crushing? Getting paid back for your efforts? Olyns has an answer with its high-tech recycling bin.

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  • June 4 @ 5:00 pm

Las Vegas entity now owns surplus Coast Guard site in Concord

The former military property features 286 homes across 82 buildings known as the Concord Villages.

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  • June 4 @ 4:48 pm

Why one analyst calls Silicon Valley Bank the ‘best bank in the United States’

The bank’s shares are up more than 50% this year as some see transformational change underway.

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  • June 4 @ 4:46 pm

Carbon Health enters the digital diabetes care space with new acquisition

To lead Carbon’s foray into diabetes and chronic conditions more broadly, it has brought on the former head of Apple Health to be chief strategic officer.

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  • June 4 @ 4:42 pm

This L.A. website service startup quietly moved its production team to Dallas last year with plans to grow

Nearly half of the company’s team is now based in Dallas.

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TSM lands largest naming-rights partnership in esports history — plus other L.A. tech news

Plus funding for blockchain, artificial intelligence and biotechnology companies in this week’s L.A. tech news.

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  • June 4 @ 3:48 pm

Money Talks: Norwest Venture Partners’ Ryan Harris is aiming to reshape the future of mental health

His most recent investment? A mental health startup focused on psychedelic treatments.

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  • June 4 @ 3:26 pm

Increased shipping activity through Port Houston helps boost city’s industrial market

The uptick in cargo going through Houston’s shipping channels over the past five years was nearly double what other ports have seen in that same time frame. And that’s good news for the city’s industrial real estate market.

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  • June 4 @ 3:22 pm

Podcast: In their rush to build more capacity, are chipmakers setting themselves up for another crash?

On this week’s Silicon Insider Podcast: An excess of semiconductor manufacturing capacity might be too much of a good thing for chipmakers like Intel and Samsung.

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  • June 4 @ 3:11 pm

The Funded: Palo Alto auto sales tech startup Roadster scooped up for $360M

An all-cash acquisition of Palo Alto-based car-selling software startup Roadster tops Bay Area venture news at the end of the week. Here’s more on that and other deals from the region.

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  • June 4 @ 2:23 pm

How public funding enabled creation of $38M East End Maker Hub

The 300,000-square-foot East End Maker Hub held a grand opening for its first phase on June 3, 2021.

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  • June 4 @ 1:54 pm

Hollywood Hills apartment building sells for first time in 55 years

The building had 21 vacancies at the time of the sale.

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  • June 4 @ 1:43 pm

Startup sees opportunity in piles of unsold stuff

For a flat fee, the Portland-based startup helps people sell unwanted record players, electronics and other items online.

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  • June 4 @ 12:46 pm

Tampa tech company secures $4.2 million contract with the Pentagon

The contract will span three years and help the company develop its technology.

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  • June 4 @ 12:44 pm

Tabletop shields and empty desks: An SAP employee’s first day back in the office

Photographer Tomas Ovalle followed an SAP employee around on his first day back in the office at the company’s Palo Alto facility. Here’s a look at what could be a new reality in office life, at least for now.

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  • June 4 @ 12:38 pm

Router maker Linksys names Harry Dewhirst its CEO

Harry Dewhirst previously was a vice president who led the company’s product and business development.

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  • June 4 @ 12:30 pm

Air Products eyes $190M Houston-area hydrogen project

The company has applied for a tax incentive on the project.

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  • June 4 @ 12:28 pm

Shipping software company Shippo’s accelerated path to a $1B valuation

The startup’s unicorn origin story began in its co-founders’ living room.

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  • June 4 @ 12:16 pm

Fitness studio Camp Tampa expands to Los Angeles

The cofounder of the boutique fitness studio says opening a location in the Golden State has changed the way she approaches business.

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  • June 4 @ 11:40 am

CoreLogic completes sale for $6 billion after turning down larger CoStar offer

Though CoStar’s bid was higher, CoreLogic decided to stick with its deal with Stone Point Capital and Insight Partners.

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  • June 4 @ 11:31 am

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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SFBT Friday Digest: Berkeley’s new R&D site; High Sierra home prices

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  • June 4 @ 10:15 am

Gas refueling startup hires former Lyft and KeepTruckin exec as it pilots sustainable energy expansion

Booster has not been immune to the pandemic roller coaster. But thanks to an early pivot to servicing delivery fleet vehicles, business has been inching back to pre-pandemic levels.

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  • June 4 @ 9:56 am

Proofpoint leaders could see $154.6M in payouts in Thoma Bravo buyout

The Sunnyvale-based email security business gave details in the filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission about stock options and severance payments that five executive officers and eight non-employee members of its board of directors could get.

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  • June 4 @ 9:30 am

Strong guidance after Q1 results boosts Chargepoint, but it’s still down since SPAC merger

The Campbell-based electric vehicle charging network company’s shares are still trading below the last price of the blank check company it merged with three months ago.

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  • June 4 @ 9:05 am

Urban Community and Terrascape Ventures have submitted a proposal for one of the three residential towers they plan

Urban Community and Terrascape Ventures aim to add nearly 400 new homes to the San Jose’s main arts and entertainment district, the largest residential project currently proposed for the area.

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  • June 4 @ 7:00 am

Fitness studio Camp Tampa expands to California

Regulation-heavy California has become an anti-business punch line. But the cofounder of Camp Tampa, a boutique fitness studio backed by Ciccio Restaurant Group, says opening a location in the Golden State has changed the way she approaches business.

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  • June 4 @ 6:06 am

St. Pete shopping center gets a makeover for a new era

The owner of a St. Petersburg shopping center is planning a large-scale renovation to keep the property competitive.

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  • June 4 @ 4:00 am

Achieva adapts its space needs for the post-pandemic world

Like a lot of companies, the pandemic proved to Achieva that they could continue to operate while dozens of employees worked remotely, something they hadn’t thought was possible.

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  • June 4 @ 4:00 am

Mountain View cybersecurity unicorn SentinelOne files for an IPO

Reports earlier this year said the CrowdStrike competitor would seek a valuation of about $10 billion when it made its Wall Street debut.

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  • June 3 @ 7:29 pm

S.F. apartment owner wants to turn a chunk of units into corporate rentals

It’s the first such proposal since new planning regulations took effect last year limiting the practice.

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  • June 3 @ 6:52 pm

Graymark behind purchase of 3 Stanford-area buildings with life-science purpose in mind

Although BentallGreenOak companies were on the property records, Graymark says it made the acquisitions to add to its portfolio of life-science properties.

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  • June 3 @ 6:10 pm

Real estate investor Graymark was behind the purchase of 3 Palo Alto and East Palo Alto buildings and plans to turn

Although BentalGreenOak companies were on the property records, Graymark says it made the acquisitions to add to its portfolio of life science properties.

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  • June 3 @ 6:10 pm

Snowflake helps Redwood City data startup Alation join the unicorns with $1.2B valuation

In addition to investing in Alation, Snowflake, the cloud data warehousing powerhouse, plans to work with it on interconnecting their products and on joint marketing initiatives.

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  • June 3 @ 5:01 pm

Snowflake helps Redwood City data startup Alation join unicorns with $1.2B valuation

In additon to investing in Alation, cloud data warehousing powerhouse Snowflake plans deep product integrations and joint marketing initiatives.

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  • June 3 @ 5:01 pm

Shipping software company Shippo’s accelerated path to a $1 billion valuation

The startup’s unicorn origin story began in its co-founders’ living room.

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  • June 3 @ 5:01 pm

Who needs an HQ? Gong triples valuation to $7.2B after vacating downtown S.F. offices

The revenue intelligence software startup’s workforce has doubled to about 600 in the past year and it hopes to hit 800 by year’s end.

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  • June 3 @ 4:58 pm

Harris County community center opens, replaces predecessor damaged by Hurricane Harvey

The new community center is named after a former Harris County commissioner.

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  • June 3 @ 4:50 pm

Who needs an HQ? Gong’s valuation just tripled to $7.2B after vacating its downtown S.F. offices

The sales software startup has doubled its workforce to about 600 in the past year and hopes to hit 800 by year’s end.

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  • June 3 @ 4:47 pm

Relocation service’s data shows Bay Area exodus may be slowing

“We’re anticipating a summer moving season unlike any other,” said Updater CEO David Greenberg, pointing to vaccinations, hybrid work arrangements and Covid restrictions lifting.

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  • June 3 @ 4:41 pm

Post pandemic, offices will re-emerge as the ‘beating heart’ of cities, JLL says

But even as buildings reopen and employees return to their physical workspace, how the office looks and operates will be different. One change likely coming to many companies is the space between you and your office mates.

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  • June 3 @ 4:37 pm

E-commerce drives demand for smaller ‘last-mile’ warehouses in L.A.

The same forces that are driving that demand for big-box warehouses are increasing the need for “last-mile” facilities closer to denser population centers.

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  • June 3 @ 4:24 pm

Fallen construction upstart Katerra’s massive Tracy factory is on the market

Katerra, the SoftBank-backed construction startup that is shutting down, is leaving behind a 567K-square-foot advanced manufacturing factory it built just three years ago in Tracy.

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  • June 3 @ 3:10 pm

Toyota has given its Silicon Valley venture arm a new name and $300M more to invest

Now known as Toyota Ventures, the unit will continue investing in artificial intelligence and robotics startups. But its two new funds will also invest in startups focused on climate-change solutions, financial technology and digital health.

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  • June 3 @ 2:14 pm

Griffin Partners to develop 115K-SF Houston Spaceport facility for Collins Aerospace

After a subsidiary of Collins Aerospace was announced as the second anchor tenant for the Houston Spaceport last month, the company’s facility is nearly ready to break ground and has its development team in place.

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  • June 3 @ 2:04 pm

Tampa tech company will join $950M defense contract

The 13-year contract is valued at close to $1 billion.

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  • June 3 @ 1:52 pm

Fallen construction upstart Katerra’s massive Tracy factory hits the market

After announcing that it is shutting down, the SoftBank-backed construction startup appears to be leaving behind the 567K-square-foot advanced manufacturing factory it built just three years ago in Tracy.

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  • June 3 @ 12:27 pm

Tampa fintech startup accepted to prestigious 1871 accelerator program

This is the latest local startup to get national attention from an accelerator.

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  • June 3 @ 10:46 am

Shake Shack to open first Tampa location in Midtown

Get ready for burgers, crinkle-cut fries and handspun milkeshakes.

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  • June 3 @ 10:33 am

SFBT Thursday Digest: Investor buys up Alameda parcels; Top-paid CEOs

Meanwhile, a new Bay Area Council Economic Institute report outlines a series of recommendations for ending Bay Area homelessness just as Gov. Newsom and the state Legislature discuss a proposal to invest at least $12 billion to address the issue statewide.

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  • June 3 @ 10:15 am

Why Skillz just snapped up this Sunnyvale marketing startup

San Francisco mobile game platform Skillz aims to expand its reach in the gaming industry by entering the advertisement business with its first acquisition since going public.

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  • June 3 @ 9:56 am

Chamath Palihapitiya shifts focus to biotech with plan for 4 more SPACs with a new partner

They new blank check companies are a partnership between Palihapitiya’s Palo Alto-based Social Capital and Suvretta Capital Management, an investment firm which has a division that focuses on the health-care industry.

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  • June 3 @ 9:21 am

Tim Cook tells Apple employees when and how they’ll return to the office

“For all that we’ve been able to achieve while many of us have been separated, the truth is that there has been something essential missing from this past year: each other,” Cook said in an email to Apple’s employees.

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  • June 3 @ 9:00 am

FireEye to sell products business — and name — to Palo Alto private equity firm in $1.2B deal

The deal will put Milpitas-based FireEye’s network, email, end point and cloud security products under Palo Alto-based Symphony Technology Group’s umbrella.

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  • June 3 @ 8:21 am

Photos: $15M renovation complete at Marathon Oil Tower in Uptown

The renovation project involved adding three full floors of amenity space.

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  • June 3 @ 8:01 am

Tampa entrepreneurs launch the state’s first bitcoin and blockchain conference

“We have a huge opportunity to be the new Silicon Valley of blockchain if we play our cards right.”

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  • June 3 @ 6:01 am

Kiran Patel invests $15 million in electric vehicle startup

The longtime philanthropist and entrepreneur is back in the investing game.

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  • June 3 @ 5:51 am

Google just bought a church site near San Jose Diridon Station as it gears up to build its Downtown West campus

Days after the San Jose City Council approved its Downtown West campus development, Google bought a church site in the area where it plans to build the first phase of the project.

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  • June 2 @ 7:50 pm

Industrial Realty Group acquires former Teledyne building

Industrial Realty Group is one of the nation’s largest owners of commercial and industrial properties.

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  • June 2 @ 6:49 pm

Chamath Palihapitiya ‘always makes himself the hero’ of his stories, even as his SPACs stumble

A lengthy profile in the New Yorker this week of billionaire investor Chamath Palihapitiya reflects the ambivalence about him and SPACs, the investment vehicle he helped popularize.

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  • June 2 @ 6:28 pm

Fortune-ate Oregon: Here’s what’s different about this year’s 500 list

Nike and Lithia Motors dig into their Fortune 500 status, a handful of Oregon companies lurk on the outside.

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  • June 2 @ 5:12 pm

Portland’s Sensu scooped up by Sumo Logic

Sensu will become part of the Sumo Logic portfolio but it will continue to build out its product roadmap, according to co-founder and CEO Caleb Hailey.

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  • June 2 @ 5:05 pm

Ancestry.com just listed its entire S.F. office for sublease

Despite the sizable listing, sublease availability appears to be tapering off in San Francisco.

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  • June 2 @ 5:01 pm

Wells Fargo CEO signals big changes ahead for mobile banking and credit cards

More than a third of the bank’s cost savings will come from cutting layers of management, the CEO said.

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  • June 2 @ 4:40 pm

Redwood City could see big mixed-use project near its Caltrain station

Lowe Enterprises and Eden Housing have a vision for the area near Redwood City’s Caltrain station: 631 new homes and 1.2 million square feet of commercial space.

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  • June 2 @ 4:28 pm

Activist investor Elliott Management has Dropbox in its sights

The activist hedge fund has told Dropbox that it is its second largest shareholder behind CEO Drew Houston, according to The Wall Street Journal.

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  • June 2 @ 4:11 pm

Rocket Lab cleared by FAA to resume launches

The Long Beach aerospace company is still investigating the cause of the mishap and plans “a swift return to flight” after completing the full review in the coming weeks.

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  • June 2 @ 3:54 pm

Redwood City could see a big new mixed-use project near its Caltrain station; a formal plan was just submitted.

Lowe Enterprises and Eden Housing have a vision for the area near Redwood City’s Caltrain station: 631 new homes and 1.2 million square feet of commercial space.

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  • June 2 @ 3:42 pm

Portland’s Oros teams with Air Force to create lightweight flight suit

Oros is using a SBIR grant from the Air Force to test the use of its flagship insulation to make a better, lightweight flight suit.

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  • June 2 @ 3:26 pm

Apple’s self-driving car division has lost 3 top managers this year

The departures come as the Cupertino tech giant is reportedly aiming to produce a self-driving passenger vehicle in 2024 with a game-changing battery of its own design.

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  • June 2 @ 2:30 pm

Axiom Space partners with SpaceX for private missions to ISS

Axiom’s first private mission to the International Space Station using SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft will launch no earlier than January 2022.

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  • June 2 @ 1:56 pm

The Funded: 19 Bay Area startups raised more than $800M combined at the start of this holiday week

Bay Area founders and funders were ready for business after the Memorial Day weekend, disclosing 19 startup fundings which together raised a more than $800 million. Here’s more on those rounds and other venture and startup news from the region.

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  • June 2 @ 1:56 pm

Not such a dying business: Former Nike execs’ Portland cremation service lands $1.75M

Solace was started by former Nike executives who crafted what they believe is a better way to say goodbye to loved ones.

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  • June 2 @ 1:40 pm

Exclusive: Tampa apartments sold to California buyer

It’s the highest price unit paid for a building of less than 100 units in Hillsborough County since the pandemic began.

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  • June 2 @ 1:36 pm

Los Angeles developer plans 1M-SF warehouse in Dallas area

The company recently completed new warehouses in Lewisville and south Fort Worth.

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  • June 2 @ 1:10 pm

PRIDE in the workplace: How to build a safe, affirming and welcoming environment for all

An increasing number of Oregon employers are investing in programs that support LGBTQIA+ employees.

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  • June 2 @ 1:05 pm

Plano shopping center sells to Los Angeles-based real estate firm

The property is 55 percent occupied and is anchored by Marshalls, Burlington and Tuesday Morning.

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  • June 2 @ 1:04 pm

CenterPoint buys another L.A.-area industrial property in South Bay

The transaction marks CenterPoint’s fourth acquisition in the L.A. market so far this year.

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  • June 2 @ 12:34 pm

Bay Area financial company Marqeta is aiming to go public with a valuation exceeding $12B

The company benefited from the growth of e-commerce during the pandemic as more people shopped at home and ordered restaurant meals for home delivery.

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  • June 2 @ 11:43 am

Bay Area fintech Marqeta aims to go public with a valuation exceeding $12B

The company benefited from the growth of e-commerce during the pandemic as more people shopped at home and ordered restaurant meals for home delivery.

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  • June 2 @ 11:43 am

Amazon tweaks employee monitoring, drops marijuana testing for applicants

The change comes after Amazon faced criticism and a citation for allegedly pushing employees to work at an unsafe pace.

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  • June 2 @ 11:10 am

SFBT Wednesday Digest: Bill Gates backs startup fund; Oakland’s new BIDs

Meanwhile, San Francisco Mayor London Breed is proposing more than $1 billion in new funding to address homelessness over the next two years.

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  • June 2 @ 10:15 am

Air taxi unicorn Joby Aviation signs rooftop deals with parking garage giant Reef

Reef’s assets include more than 5,000 sites in North America and Europe, including the downtown San Jose garages at the Civic Center, San Pedro and at Fourth and St. John.

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  • June 2 @ 9:29 am

Mountain View-based LinkedIn software spinout Confluent files for an IPO

Confluent was founded seven years ago by the team that created Apache Kafka at LinkedIn.

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  • June 2 @ 8:42 am

Judge tosses gun permit bribery charges against Apple security chief

The judge dismissed the Santa Clara County grand jury charges, saying they were based on “pure speculation.”

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  • June 2 @ 8:09 am

Data center giant Equinix is opening up a new, fuel-cell powered $142M facility in South San Jose

Redwood City-based Equinix sees plenty of opportunity in Silicon Valley, despite high real estate and energy costs.

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  • June 2 @ 7:00 am

At WestShore Plaza, a first-of-its-kind restaurant takes shape

When Kingsford Fire Grille opens at WestShore Plaza this summer, it will breathe new life into a type of commercial property that many assumed was left for dead by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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  • June 2 @ 6:32 am

Will Zoom’s relevance fade along with the pandemic? Not according to its latest earnings report

After immense growth during a pandemic year, Zoom’s latest earnings report shows it’s not slowing down.

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  • June 1 @ 7:44 pm

Bay Area has new cybersecurity unicorn after Exabeam raises $200M, hires Michael DeCesare as CEO

The Foster City business said it is now valued at $2.4 billion, nearly three times what it was estimated to be worth in its last round in May 2019.

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  • June 1 @ 7:35 pm

Exclusive: The Battery is expanding to Oakland with Lake Merritt location

The current occupant of the site, The Bellevue Club, will close in July when the deal closes.

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  • June 1 @ 7:30 pm

SoFi’s stock rises 12% after it merged with Chamath Palihapitiya’s SPAC

The merger marks the fourth time that one of Palihapitiya’s Palo Alto-based special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) has taken a company public.

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  • June 1 @ 5:01 pm

Social Finance’s stock rises 12% after it merged with Chamath Palihapitiya’s SPAC

The merger marks the fourth time that one of Palihapitiya’s Palo Alto-based special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) has taken a company public.

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  • June 1 @ 5:01 pm

Marqeta aims to go public with a valuation exceeding $12 billion

The company benefited from the growth of e-commerce during the pandemic as more people shopped at home and ordered restaurant meals for home delivery.

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  • June 1 @ 5:00 pm

Robinhood adds three board members ahead of IPO

The former World Bank president is among the fintech’s new board members.

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  • June 1 @ 4:59 pm

Salesforce, Diddy aim to boost Black-owned businesses

The digital platform will launch later this year and feature products across a broad range of categories.

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  • June 1 @ 4:51 pm

Why this former 23andMe exec founded a data-driven startup to treat depression

His dad struggled to find help for depression. So do millions of others. Brad Kittredge built a startup to change things.

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  • June 1 @ 4:23 pm

Tiny homes, modular housing and efficiency units could be easier to build under a proposed Oakland law

The ordinance, which removes regulatory barriers but does not provide financing incentives, is meant to make “unregulated, market-rate housing more affordable to more people,” said Mayor Libby Schaaf.

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  • June 1 @ 4:19 pm

Cloud Campaign co-founder on the company’s Portland and Boulder headquarters

The marketing software maker has a foot in two growing startup hubs and has found the talent pool it was looking for.

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  • June 1 @ 4:00 pm

Russ Tiejema, a 2021 CFO of the Year honoree

Russ Tiejema is the executive vice president and chief financial officer for Masonite International.

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  • June 1 @ 3:03 pm

Jean Snyder Young, a 2021 CFO of the Year honoree

Jean Snyder Young is the chief financial officer of GLE Associates.

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  • June 1 @ 3:00 pm

Scott Rosenberg, a 2021 CFO of the Year honoree

Scott Rosenberg is the chief financial officer for Vector Solutions.

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  • June 1 @ 2:55 pm

Jeffrey Gatt, a 2021 CFO of the Year honoree

Jeffrey Gatt is the chief financial officer for Actsoft Inc., a software development company headquartered in Tampa.

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  • June 1 @ 2:38 pm

Report: SoftBank-backed construction startup Katerra is shutting down

Katerra will lay off thousands of employees and is likely to walk away from dozens of construction projects it had agreed to build, according to a report.

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  • June 1 @ 2:33 pm

Tech firm Pros names former Chevron exec to board

Pros is a developer of artificial intelligence-powered cloud software offerings for quote pricing, revenue management, digital sales and other services.

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  • June 1 @ 2:27 pm

Ken Clinebell, a 2021 CFO of the Year honoree

Ken Clinebell is the chief financial officer of Corestream.

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  • June 1 @ 2:20 pm

Michael Branca, a 2021 CFO of the Year honoree

Michael Branca is the chief financial officer for A-LIGN, a Tampa-based cybersecurity company.

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  • June 1 @ 2:19 pm

Portland startup Gabbi is fighting delayed diagnosis in women’s health

The company is building a product to help women better understand their risks of breast cancer and then create action plans that can be taken to health care providers.

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  • June 1 @ 1:43 pm

Medical device-maker Allotrope Medical raises $4M Series A round

In November 2020, Allotrope announced receiving clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for its device.

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  • June 1 @ 1:33 pm

Los Angeles e-commerce distributor enters North Texas with 576K-SF lease, CoStar reports

Comptree joins a growing list of companies to open their first distribution centers in Texas in 2021.

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  • June 1 @ 11:46 am

New apartment-and-retail development proposed in Tampa Heights

The proposal includes city-owned property, and the partners behind the deal have pitched the city on a deal that would include cash and a commitment to affordable and workforce housing units.

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  • June 1 @ 11:37 am

AMC eyeing ArcLight, Pacific theaters shuttered by pandemic

AMC aims to raise $230.5 million to acquire additional theater leases, including some ArcLight and Pacific cinemas that had permanently closed.

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  • June 1 @ 11:11 am

SRI, the research institute behind Siri and the computer mouse, plans to open and revamp its Menlo Park campus with

SRI’s campus has been a kind-of sealed-off void in Menlo Park. But a new plan it’s developed with Lane Partners would change all of that and help connect the city’s downtown to its other areas.

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  • June 1 @ 11:00 am

Tampa Bay startups secured more than $13 million in funding in May

Tampa Bay companies ended the spring fundraising season on a high note, raising more than $13 million in May.

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  • June 1 @ 10:28 am

SFBT Tuesday Digest: Instacart’s robots; New data on tech exodus

Meanwhile, SoFi stock is set to make its debut on the Nasdaq Exchange on Tuesday.

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  • June 1 @ 10:15 am

Palo Alto-based Archer Aviation takes shots at Wisk in their air taxi dogfight

Archer accused its Mountain View rival of unfair competition and interference in its business.

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  • June 1 @ 9:31 am

Palo Alto-based Archer Aviation takes shots at Wisk in air taxi dogfight

Archer accused its Mountain View rival of unfair competition and interference in its business.

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  • June 1 @ 9:31 am

Cloudera agrees to $5.3B private equity buyout by KKR, CD&R

KKR & Co. and Clayton Dubilier & Rice LLC agreed to pay a premium for the data cloud business of about about 24%.

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  • June 1 @ 8:56 am

Santa Clara-based software company Cloudera agrees to $5.3B private equity buyout by KKR, CD&R

KKR & Co. and Clayton Dubilier & Rice LLC agreed to pay a premium for the data cloud business of about about 24%.

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  • June 1 @ 8:24 am

Palo Alto-based software company Cloudera agrees to $5.3B private equity buyout by KKR, CD&R

KKR & Co. and Clayton Dubilier & Rice LLC agreed to pay a premium for the data cloud business of about about 24%.

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  • June 1 @ 8:24 am

VillageMD opening a dozen new primary care locations around Houston

VillageMD aims to have 48 locations in the Houston metro region by the end of this year.

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  • June 1 @ 6:30 am

Welbilt receives new bid worth $3.3 billion from Italy’s Ali Group

The offer exceeds a deal the New Port Richey company agreed to last month.

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  • May 29 @ 1:59 pm

Disney taps Bay Area tech veteran for its board

Amy Chang’s joining the board of Disney comes on the heels of her joining Oakland-based fintech Marqeta’s board in mid-May.

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  • May 28 @ 5:03 pm

Here’s why these plant-based chicken nuggets cost $40 a box

The high price for a box of Nowadays so-called healthy chicken nuggets is out of reach for many families for now, but the startup says costs will fall once it scores a deal with a retail store chain.

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  • May 28 @ 4:50 pm

HomeLight gets $100 million loan to expand its all-cash-offer service

The services help homebuyers remove contingencies from their offers, which can be especially helpful in today’s hot housing market.

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  • May 28 @ 4:39 pm

Why these plant-based chicken nuggets cost $40 a box

The high price for a box of Nowadays so-called healthy chicken nuggets is out reach for many families for now, but the startup says the costs will fall once the company scores a deal to stock them in retail.

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  • May 28 @ 4:35 pm

Top of the List: Y Combinator dominated Bay Area VCs in 2020

Silicon Valley-based YC topped our latest ranking of VC Firms by deal count. Check out who else made it on the List

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  • May 28 @ 4:02 pm

Podcast: Is Google’s Downtown West the key that lets San Jose really be the ‘Capital of Silicon Valley&

On this week’s Silicon Insider Podcast: The San Jose City Council’s green light for Google’s Downtown West project could be a turning point for the city — but in what direction?

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  • May 28 @ 2:43 pm

The Funded: As Day One Biopharmaceuticals’s IPO soars, Doximity gets in line to go public

Day One Biopharmaceuticals’s shares shot up by nearly 70% on its first day of trading after its initial public offering, and Doximity filed to raise $100 million in an IPO of its own. Here’s more on those venture and startup stories and others.

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  • May 28 @ 2:21 pm

How will Elon Musk use all this Austin-area land he’s acquired?

The hulking Tesla factory sits on just one piece of a larger land puzzle Elon Musk has put together just east of Austin. In this special report, experts opine on what may happen to all that property. For those in the know, it’s already proving to be a catalyst for what may be some of […]

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  • May 28 @ 2:17 pm

Mountain View self-driving trucking company Aurora Innovation expanding in Dallas area

It’s been less than a year since Aurora said it would test its technology in Texas with a push into Dallas and now it’s expanding to accommodate its growing employee base.

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  • May 28 @ 1:52 pm

Xiggit offers benefits-as-a-service for employees at small businesses

Palo Alto-based startup offers to help small businesses attract talent with its benefits-as-a-service platform.

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  • May 28 @ 1:46 pm

Kriseman has narrowed Tropicana Field redevelopment to two finalists

The final cut of proposals comes at the end of a week fraught with drama for the Tampa Bay Rays.

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  • May 28 @ 1:40 pm

Kelsey-Seybold Clinic opening 22K-SF clinic along 610 Loop

Kelsey-Seybold Clinic has been rapidly expanding its footprint around greater Houston following a private equity investment announced last year.

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  • May 28 @ 12:53 pm

Medtech startup with Tampa ties secures $2.7M from former Google, Facebook execs

The company has two of its co-founders living in the Sunshine State, with one making his mark in Tampa.

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  • May 28 @ 12:33 pm

A real estate firm just purchased 3 Peninsula buildings for a combined $57M

BentallGreenOak, the buildings’ new owner, has been an active buyer of Bay Area commercial real estate in recent years.

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  • May 28 @ 11:54 am

Bird rolls out ‘most eco-conscious’ e-scooter yet — plus other L.A. tech news

Plus millions of dollars of funding for Whatnot, ProducePay and Docbot — and other recent Los Angeles tech headlines.

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  • May 28 @ 11:00 am

SFBT Friday Digest: More City Hall scandal pleas; Doximity IPO

Meanwhile, Apple has received a rare sell rating from a Wall Street analyst who predicts a significant stock decline.

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  • May 28 @ 10:15 am

SFBT Friday Digest: More City Hall scandal pleas; Gap takes stock

Meanwhile, Apple has received a rare sell rating from a Wall Street analyst who predicts a significant stock decline.

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  • May 28 @ 10:15 am

Construction employment fully rebounds in the Tampa Bay area

In the Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater MSA, construction employment reached an all-time high of 85,400 in March.

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  • May 28 @ 9:19 am

A unique perspective opens doors to leadership for Alcatraz AI CEO Tina D’Agostin

New Alcatraz CEO Tina D’Agostin prepares to take her company global with a fresh infusion of capital and a technology that’s in demand.

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  • May 28 @ 9:15 am

Women workers at Google can sue as a group over gender bias, a judge has ruled

Four lead plaintiffs won the right to represent 10,800 women over claims Alphabet Inc.’s search company pays men more for doing the same job. If successful, the group could get more than $600 million in damages.

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  • May 28 @ 8:51 am

Judge rules that women workers at Google can sue as a group over gender bias

Four lead plaintiffs won the right to represent 10,800 women over claims that the Alphabet Inc. company pays men more for doing the same job. If successful, the group could get more than $600 million in damages.

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  • May 28 @ 8:51 am

Faster, better, cheaper: What’s different about chips made for artificial intelligence?

Computer systems usually rely on their CPUs or GPUs to run AI-oriented tasks, but that work is increasingly being handled by processors specifically meant for artificial intelligence processing.

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  • May 28 @ 8:15 am

Oakland tech unicorn moving HQ to downtown high-rise

The fast-growing company has signed what is Oakland’s biggest lease so far in 2021.

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  • May 28 @ 8:00 am

Faster, better, cheaper: Semiconductor startups tap into the potential of chips for artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence is a big part of many businesses and products now in the market, and it’s going to be even bigger. These startups are building chips that specifically optimize AI processes, helping them run faster, better and cheaper.

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  • May 28 @ 7:30 am

Chapter 313 program doomed after Texas lawmakers miss deadline; ‘We’re going to lose a lot of projects̵

Advocates of Chapter 313 tax incentives — which allow big companies to avoid some property taxes levied by school districts — are mourning the loss of a significant economic development tool, while opponents are celebrating the coming expiration of a program they claim “doesn’t live up to its lofty promises.”

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  • May 28 @ 7:09 am

These major tech companies moved their Bay Area HQs elsewhere. Here’s why.

Here’s a look at the Silicon Valley and San Francisco tech companies that moved their headquarters out of the region during the Covid pandemic and their explanations for doing so.

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  • May 28 @ 7:00 am

Pleasanton is creating an ecosystem for biotechs big and small

Pleasanton is making its mark as a life sciences hotspot.

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  • May 28 @ 7:00 am

Viewpoint: San Francisco needs to stop playing office politics

San Francisco small businesses may soon be eligible to line up for rent relief. But not if they work out of an office.

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  • May 28 @ 7:00 am

How do you convert office space to lab space? It’s harder than adding some sinks.

Conversions to more lucrative and in-demand lab space are all the rage in the Bay Area. Here’s how they’re done.

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  • May 28 @ 6:00 am

Hines targets new needs in each of its Texas markets as Covid restrictions ease, population grows

Meet the man who oversees some of the largest projects at Hines.

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  • May 28 @ 6:00 am

Largest Incubators and Accelerators in the Greater Bay Area

This List includes incubator and accelerator programs located in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Monterey, Napa, San Benito, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano and Sonoma counties. Information was obtained from program representatives and SFBT research. Coworking spaces that do not provide mentoring or other business resources are excluded.

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  • May 28 @ 5:00 am

Real Estate Roundup: Houston senior living community sold; Banta Corp. expands lease

The Shores at Clear Lake, a 100-unit senior living community in Houston, has been sold, and Menasha, Wisconsin-based Banta Corp. renewed and expanded its lease for 201,600 square feet. See more deals in the latest Real Estate Roundup.

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  • May 28 @ 5:00 am

Column: Stuck with an unfinished construction project? Don’t end up paying contractors twice

Some contractors bite off more than they can chew, leading to a growing number of projects that are stalled before completion and homeowners with an empty hole in the ground.

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  • May 28 @ 4:00 am

Workspaces Reimagined: Lawyer renovates mid-century office building in Tampa

The Law Office of Kevin J. Napper renovated a mid-century office building in Tampa.

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  • May 28 @ 4:00 am

Covid doomsday never arrived for Florida’s retail and hospitality properties

Tampa Bay in particular has emerged as one of the hottest post-pandemic markets in the U.S. for everything from housing to new hotels.

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  • May 28 @ 4:00 am

Ryan Cos.’ Doug Dieck says Tampa Bay has risk takers, which means there’s money chasing deals

Doug Dieck, who’s been with Ryan Cos. since 1993, spoke with the Business Journal about the “white-hot” real estate market.

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  • May 28 @ 4:00 am

Kuli Kuli Foods’ Covid pivot brought it closer to its customers

The Oakland-based superfood company was gearing up for a milestone year when Covid-19 hit. Here’s how the company found a way to survive and thrive in spite of the pandemic.

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  • May 27 @ 11:00 pm

Biotech CEOs weigh in on post-Covid changes to the industry

How will the industry look different after what in many ways has been a banner year for life sciences?

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  • May 27 @ 11:00 pm

Exclusive: Developer aims to redevelop 126-year-old Brisbane quarry

A previous effort to close the quarry and build housing at the site was rejected by voters 15 years ago.

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  • May 27 @ 9:10 pm

Exclusive: Developer aims to develop 126-year-old Brisbane quarry

A previous effort to close the quarry and build housing at the site was rejected by voters 15 years ago.

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  • May 27 @ 9:10 pm

A real estate firm just purchased 3 buildings in Palo Alto and East Palo Alto for a combined $57M

BentallGreenOak, the buildings’ new owner, has been an active acquirer of Bay Area commercial real estate in recent years.

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  • May 27 @ 8:28 pm

Salesforce details plans for in-person Dreamforce in S.F. this fall

A virtual convention replaced last year’s on-site event.

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  • May 27 @ 4:58 pm

Brex eyes international growth through stakes in overseas startups

A deal just announced signals a broader strategy for Brex to invest in startups building similar products to its own.

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  • May 27 @ 4:54 pm

The northern entrance to Downtown San Jose could see a new residential tower after a trio of developers revived a p

Westbank bought a chunk of land this week in the North San Pedro neighborhood that’s approved for a residential high-rise. It’s teaming up with Urban Community and Terrascape Ventures to develop the site.

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  • May 27 @ 4:49 pm

The northern entrance to Downtown San Jose could see another residential tower after a trio of developers revived a

Westbank bought a chunk of land this week in the North San Pedro neighborhood that’s approved for a residential high-rise. It’s teaming up with Urban Community and Terrascape Ventures to develop the site.

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  • May 27 @ 4:49 pm

The northern entrance to Downtown San Jose may seen another residential tower after a trio of developers just reviv

Westbank bought a property this week in the North San Pedro area that’s approved for a residential high-rise. It’s teaming up with Urban Catalyst and Terrascape Ventures to develop the site.

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  • May 27 @ 4:49 pm

UCSF still gets millions of faxes. Meet the man trying to change that.

Dr. Michael Blum is trying to bring the health care system into the digital age.

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  • May 27 @ 4:46 pm

Meet the doctor on a mission to digitize UCSF in the wake of Covid-19

UCSF still gets millions of faxes every year. Dr. Michael Blum is trying to bring the health care system into the digital age.

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  • May 27 @ 4:46 pm

Why a Portland investor bought office buildings in Dallas

“We want to be safe and continue diversifying a little bit out of Oregon,” a company principal said.

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  • May 27 @ 4:33 pm

Why a Portland developer bought office buildings in Dallas

“We want to be safe and continue diversifying a little bit out of Oregon,” a company principal said.

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  • May 27 @ 4:33 pm

Satya Inc. CEO carves his own path to success in real estate

How Satya’s CEO rose from small-time land development to big-time deals.

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  • May 27 @ 4:20 pm

Satya Inc. CEO carves his own path to success

How Satya’s CEO rose from small-time land development to big-time deals.

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  • May 27 @ 4:20 pm

Kore Power names Texas as one of three finalists for new lithium-ion battery factory

Texas is one of three states on a short list for a proposed 1 million-square-foot facility that would employ more than 3,000 people.

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  • May 27 @ 2:56 pm

Interwood Distribution Center signs US HQs of Tailift Material Handling, GCP Paper as first tenants

The property was completed in December 2020, and the two leases bring it to 80% occupancy.

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  • May 27 @ 2:47 pm

Developer hoping to bring 200-room hotel to FiDi could opt for apartments instead

Related California wants the hotel — but city planners and market conditions could say otherwise.

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  • May 27 @ 2:33 pm

AI tools and two online marketplaces win Angel Oregon Tech

Biomedical AI tool Rewire Neuro landed the big investment at Angel Oregon Tech. Plus, three earlier stage startups took home grants.

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  • May 27 @ 2:07 pm

GlobalFoundries gets closer to IPO after moving HQ from Santa Clara to New York

The company would reportedly seek a valuation of about $30 billion if it does an offering.

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  • May 27 @ 2:02 pm

Fifth Third Bank sells its Westshore office building to Tampa investors

The partnership that bought the building is planning improvements.

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  • May 27 @ 1:49 pm

The rise, fall and reimagining of hemp: How Oregon growers are surviving a market collapse

The hemp bubble has burst. Here’s how Oregon growers have responded.

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  • May 27 @ 1:26 pm

Meet Jean Snyder Young, a 2021 CFO of the Year honoree

Jean Snyder Young is CFO of GLE Associates Inc. and a 2021 CFO of the Year honoree.

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  • May 27 @ 11:20 am

Instacart rolls out 30-minute service in Los Angeles

Ahead of an expected near-future IPO, Instacart is promising to cut delivery times in half on some orders.

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  • May 27 @ 11:17 am

Get to know Scott Rosenberg, a 2021 CFO of the Year honoree

Scott Rosenberg is CFO of Vector Solutions LLC and a 2021 CFO of the Year honoree.

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  • May 27 @ 11:02 am

SFBT Thursday Digest: S.F. real estate company sued; Fire insurance fallout

Meanwhile, San Mateo tech company Snowflake is blowing out of the Bay Area, designating a new address in Bozeman, Montana.

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  • May 27 @ 10:15 am

Instacart rolls out 30-minute service and the virtual grocery race thickens

Ahead of an expected near-future IPO, Instacart is promising to cut delivery times in half on some orders.

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  • May 27 @ 10:00 am

Instacart unrolls 30-minute service and the virtual grocery race thickens

Ahead of an expected near-future IPO, Instacart is promising to cut delivery times in half on some orders.

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  • May 27 @ 10:00 am

Construction on S.F. Potrero Power Station to begin

It is the first megaproject to secure approvals and break ground in San Francisco ground post-pandemic.

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  • May 27 @ 9:58 am

Construction on S.F. Potrero Power Station to start today

Work on the 29-acre Central Waterfront site slated for development into a mixed-use project is expected to begin Thursday.

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  • May 27 @ 9:58 am

Snowflake joins California exodus, moves executive office to Montana

The cloud data analytics business on Wednesday said it actually no longer has a headquarters anywhere, joining Coinbase Holdings Inc. in the shift to having a fully distributed work force.

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  • May 27 @ 9:13 am

Waymo’s ex-CFO, Gerard Dwyer, is joining electric vehicle maker Rivian

Waymo has lost at least nine top executives since the end of last year, most notably CEO John Krafcik.

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  • May 27 @ 9:05 am

Recently departed Waymo CFO Gerard Dwyer joins electric vehicle maker Rivian

Waymo has lost a number of top executives since the end of last year, most notably CEO John Krafcik’s announcement last month that he was leaving.

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  • May 27 @ 9:05 am

USF projects: How much funding has been raised and what to expect

USF revealed key projects that officials will be focusing on in the coming years during its Board of Trustees committee meeting.

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  • May 27 @ 6:22 am

‘M&A is not an answer’: CFO says Comcast won’t seek acquisition after megadeals by Amazon, Di

Comcast CFO Mike Cavanagh’s assertion comes amid speculation spawned by massive deals by Amazon and Discovery in the last two weeks.

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  • May 26 @ 5:19 pm

San Jose City Council approves updated Diridon Station Area Plan

In addition to giving its blessing to Google’s Downtown West project, the City Council also took steps to greatly increase the capacity for new residences and commercial space around Diridon Station.

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  • May 26 @ 4:57 pm

Visa expands program to connect banks with fintechs

The program debuted in Europe last year and is now available in the U.S.

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  • May 26 @ 4:46 pm

YMCA of Greater Houston breaks ground on outdoor-focused facility in Spring area

The new Holcomb Family YMCA will include facilities made from shipping containers.

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  • May 26 @ 4:43 pm

Grand Rounds, Doctor on Demand acquiring LGBTQ-focused startup

Just a couple of months after announcing their own merger, the companies have a deal to buy a New York startup.

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  • May 26 @ 4:39 pm

Grand Rounds and Doctor on Demand acquire LGBTQ+ patient focused startup Included Health

Just a few months after announcing their own merger Grand Rounds Health and Doctor on Demand have purchased a New York startup to expand their reach with LGBTQ+ employees.

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  • May 26 @ 4:39 pm

Master-planned industrial park to break ground in Simi Valley

The project by Dallas-based Stream Realty Partners and joint-venture partner QuadReal Property Group, is slated to deliver in fall 2022.

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  • May 26 @ 3:45 pm

Afterpay taps S.F. office as its new North American HQ

The new space will serve as the hub for the company’s more than 300 Bay Area-based employees.

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  • May 26 @ 3:41 pm

Afterpay taps S.F. offices as its new North American HQ

The new space will serve as the hub for Afterpay’s more than 300 Bay Area based employees.

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  • May 26 @ 3:41 pm

Why this fintech startup is requiring employees to get vaccinated before returning to the office

This tech startup isn’t debating vaccine policy, all employees need one if they want to engage in any work-related in-person activities.

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  • May 26 @ 3:18 pm

Why this fintech startup is requiring employees get vaccinated before returning to the office

This tech startup isn’t debating vaccine policy, all employees need one if they want to engage in any work-related in-person activities.

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  • May 26 @ 3:18 pm

The Funded: Pair of Silicon Valley SPACs go outside for merger partners

Blank check companies from Menlo Park and Palo Alto are going far afield in deals to take companies from Maryland and Australia public. Here’s more on that and otrher venture news from the region at midweek,

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  • May 26 @ 2:04 pm

Houston VC Curate Capital leads $1.5M seed round for fintech firm

Curate Capital was launched in 2020 by founder and general partner Carrie Colbert, who established the firm after spending nearly two decades in the oil and gas industry in Houston.

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  • May 26 @ 1:59 pm

Albina Vision Trust gains first rights to any future sale of PPS district office

The agreement is part of the nonprofit’s strategy to build community wealth and real estate ownership for the Black community that was displaced in Lower Albina.

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  • May 26 @ 1:51 pm

Feld’s former HQ in Palmetto sold to 84 Lumber

Feld officially vacated the space nearly a decade ago.

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  • May 26 @ 1:43 pm

Zapier, Sila Nanotechnologies, Hinge Health among Bay Area’s record crop of unicorns

There have been 57 new unicorns born in the region so far in 2021, according to PitchBook Data, surpassing last year’s record of 46 with most of the year still ahead.

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  • May 26 @ 1:37 pm

StarTree puts the power of user-facing analytics in end users’ hands

Companies collect a lot of data — StarTree offers to help customers and end users put that data to work for them, not just employees inside companies.

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  • May 26 @ 1:34 pm

Not all that glitters is glass and steel: Google works to preserve SJ history amid its Downtown West project

Not all of the buildings currently in Google’s Downtown West development area are going to give way to towers of glass and steel — several historical structures and landmarks are being preserved.

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  • May 26 @ 1:32 pm

The Business Journal to expand real estate coverage, hone in on Pinellas County

Readers can expect more in-depth coverage of the growth in Pinellas County, where there is no shortage of real estate news.

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  • May 26 @ 1:22 pm

Amazon to acquire MGM Studios for $8.45B

MGM is Amazon’s second-largest acquisition, behind Whole Foods, which it purchased for $13.7 billion. The studio has been looking for a buyer for several years after emerging from bankruptcy in 2010.

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  • May 26 @ 12:59 pm

Tech Data gets in the business of customer financing

One of Tech Data’s customers has already taken advantage of the program.

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  • May 26 @ 12:59 pm

USF Sarasota-Manatee raises $10M for ‘transformational’ campus project

With less than half the funding raised for a student center, USFSM officials are pushing to keep the project top of mind.

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  • May 26 @ 12:48 pm

Cityview set to break ground on 378-unit multifamily project in Oakland

The Los Angeles-based developer purchased a slice of Brooklyn Basin last year.

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  • May 26 @ 12:45 pm

Get to know Jeffrey Gatt, a 2021 CFO of the Year honoree

Jeffrey Gatt is CFO of Actsoft and a 2021 CFO of the Year honoree.

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  • May 26 @ 12:10 pm

SoCal real estate investors bullish on apartment buildings

The region has seen CRE investment volumes near $10 billion through the first four months of the year.

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  • May 26 @ 11:55 am

SFBT Wednesday Digest: Affordable housing gets nod; Nob Hill condos open

Meanwhile, San Mateo-based Roblox Corp. is being accused in a federal lawsuit of cheating users of its gaming platform.

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  • May 26 @ 10:16 am

Calendar assistant startup Reclaim.ai raises $4.8M

The round was led by Index Ventures but also included scheduling software maker Calendly.

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  • May 26 @ 9:21 am

Waymo’s safety chief is warning against calling cars ‘self-driving’ before they really are

The warning comes as Tesla promises to offer a beta version of its “full self-driving” software beginning next month.

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  • May 26 @ 8:55 am

Waymo warns against calling cars ‘self-driving’ before they really are

The warning comes as Tesla promises to offer a beta version of its “full self-driving” software beginning next month.

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  • May 26 @ 8:55 am

Exclusive: Aegis Hedging Solutions acquires InstaNext

The deal brings Aegis’ headcount up to 50, plus two contractors.

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  • May 26 @ 7:45 am

Exclusive: Savills adds two office brokers in Tampa

The team is focusing on helping office tenants navigate a post-pandemic world.

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  • May 26 @ 6:39 am

Meet Russ Tiejema, a 2021 CFO of the Year honoree

Russ Tiejema is executive VP and CFO for Masonite International Inc. and a 2021 CFO of the Year honoree.

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  • May 26 @ 6:27 am

Get to know Ken Clinebell, a 2021 CFO of the Year honoree

Ken Clinebell is CFO of Corestream in Tampa and a 2021 CFO of the Year honoree.

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  • May 26 @ 6:25 am

Exclusive: Condo tower Altura Bayshore begins site work

In the coming weeks, vertical construction will begin on a parking deck for tenants of the office tower adjacent to the Altura site.

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  • May 26 @ 6:25 am

Enjoy Technology — Apple Store creator Ron Johnson’s startup —hires new execs as it gears up to go public

The Palo Alto company is filling out its executive team ahead of a planned $1.2 billion merger with a blank check company.

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  • May 26 @ 5:00 am

Enjoy Technology — Apple Store creator Ron Johnson’s startup — has hired 2 new execs as it gears up to go

The Palo Alto company is filling out its executive team ahead of a planned $1.2 billion merger with a blank check company.

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  • May 26 @ 5:00 am

NAIOP Houston celebrates 2021 brokers of the year, hall of fame honorees

While the announcements were pushed back a few months due to the pandemic, NAIOP Houston said it wanted to recognize real estate professionals who exemplified the industry’s most outstanding qualities even amid the uncertain climate that commercial real estate has faced over the past year.

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  • May 26 @ 5:00 am

San Jose’s City Council just unanimously approved Google’s Downtown West project

The 80-acre project, first unveiled by city officials in 2017, is the largest in San Jose’s history and could house 20,000 Google employees if fully built out.

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  • May 25 @ 11:57 pm

San Jose’s City Council unanimously approved Google’s Downtown West project

The 80-acre project, first unveiled by city officials in 2017, is the largest in Downtown San Jose’s history and could house 20,000 Google employees if fully built out.

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  • May 25 @ 11:57 pm

The Sharks agreed not to sue Google to stop Downtown West after San Jose addressed the team’s parking and tra

San Jose and Google reached an agreement with the Sharks’ parent company that addresses the team’s concerns about how development in the area around SAP Center will affect parking and traffic for fans

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  • May 25 @ 9:27 pm

Cityview set to break ground 378-unit multifamily project at Brooklyn Basin

The Los Angeles-based developer purchased a slice of Brooklyn Basin last year.

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  • May 25 @ 9:14 pm

For Esperanza Spalding, a vision that includes community and art

Esperanza Spalding’s looking to build a sanctuary where BIPOC artists can hone their craft.

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  • May 25 @ 6:14 pm

D.C.’s attorney general just hit Amazon with an antitrust lawsuit, one of the first from a local government

Karl Racine claims the company uses anticompetitive practices to push prices higher for customers, harming third-party sellers.

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  • May 25 @ 5:32 pm

D.C. AG hits Amazon with antitrust lawsuit, one of its first challenges from a local government

Karl Racine claims the company uses anticompetitive practices to push prices higher for customers, harming third-party sellers.

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  • May 25 @ 5:08 pm

A Lake Oswego brewer adds Portland-area locations

The brewer, which features one of the best patio views in the area, is spreading its talents to Portland’s east and west sides.

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  • May 25 @ 4:51 pm

Sushma Malhotra fields lots of questions as she advises tenants — and finds many opportunities in the process

Sushma Malhotra and her commercial tenant advisory firm S5 Advisory have been busy helping clients throughout the pandemic. They’ve been even busier now as companies figure out how to return to their offices.

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  • May 25 @ 4:49 pm

How Aurora Solar went from a dorm room to a $2B valuation

Before catching a windfall of venture capital, this startup made do the old fashioned way: on the sweat of its sales.

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  • May 25 @ 4:47 pm

Velodyne’s founder just called for the ouster of two of its board members and “refreshing” its le

In a statement and regulatory filing, Velodyne founder CEO decried what he sees as the mismanagement of the lidar sensor maker.

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  • May 25 @ 4:27 pm

Burbank creative office sells for $61.5 million

The seven-story Link building in the Burbank Media District was renovated in 2019.

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  • May 25 @ 3:39 pm

The land below the Lowe’s store in North San Jose was just bought for $42M

Orton Development, which purchased the site of the Lowe’s store, specializes in renovation projects.

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  • May 25 @ 2:25 pm

Biotech firm Asylia Therapeutics raises $14.5M, names founding CEO

Proceeds from the Series A will go toward furthering Asylia’s pipeline of assets in clinical trials, the firm said.

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  • May 25 @ 1:03 pm

Ruskin waterfront resort to be transformed into apartments

A New York buyer paid $22 million for the property with plans to convert it to a top-tier apartment building.

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  • May 25 @ 12:29 pm

Local developer to open 150-acre Bolivar Beach Club & RV Resort near Galveston

Elsewhere on Bolivar Peninsula, NewCoast also is the owner and developer of Laguna Harbor and Seagrass Beach.

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  • May 25 @ 12:07 pm

More companies are embracing work from home. Downtown spending and CRE could suffer.

Post-pandemic remote work is here to stay, and that means downtowns will have to adjust.

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  • May 25 @ 11:58 am

Credit Karma to expand in Charlotte, add 600 new jobs there

Oakland-based personal finance company Credit Karma is growing again in Charlotte.

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  • May 25 @ 11:58 am

SFBT Tuesday Digest: S.F. apartment demand; Big housing plans meet lawsuit

Meanwhile, a San Francisco supervisor plans to introduce legislation Tuesday that would excuse small businesses from paying rent when required to shut down under pandemic health orders.

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  • May 25 @ 10:15 am

S.F. tenants can apply for federal rental assistance through the city beginning on May 28.

Vulnerable tenants — including those with experiences with homelessness — will be prioritized for the limited funding.

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  • May 25 @ 10:00 am

Tesla is testing out lidar sensors from Luminar, even though Elon Musk once derided the technology

A photo of a Tesla with a rack of lidar sensors from Luminar Technologies has set off speculation that the carmaker may start using the laser-based sensors.

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  • May 25 @ 9:25 am

Tesla tests Luminar lidar, a technology founder Elon Musk once derided

A photo of a Tesla with a rack of lidar from Luminar Technologies has set off speculation that the carmaker may start using the laser-based sensors.

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  • May 25 @ 9:25 am

Portland restaurant owner eyes industrial lot for multicultural plaza

Demand for a big venue is fueling an idea called District 82.

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  • May 25 @ 9:01 am

MacroFab raises $15M Series B to scale electronics manufacturing capabilities

MacroFab develops a digital platform that allows small- to medium-sized customers to build, test and package electronics components and fully assembled electronics products.

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  • May 25 @ 8:00 am

Rays’ minority owners sue Sternberg as St. Pete prepares to move forward with Trop site

The team’s minority owners are suing Sternberg over a possible move to Montreal, while the city released a memo on moving forward with the Tropicana Field site.

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  • May 25 @ 6:33 am

Exclusive: Massachusetts tech market research company expanding to Tampa Bay, expects to hire 100

The recent boom in expansions coupled with a growing talent pipeline lured the company to the Bay region.

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  • May 25 @ 6:13 am

Exclusive: Massachusetts marketing tech company expanding to Tampa Bay, expects to hire 100

The recent boom in expansions coupled with a growing talent pipeline lured the company to the Bay region.

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  • May 25 @ 6:13 am

Embark Trucks is expanding with S.F. lease

The space is more than three times larger that its current space.

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  • May 24 @ 8:03 pm

The San Jose City Council will vote on Google’s Downtown West project Tuesday night — the development’

The technology giant is one vote away from receiving full approval for its 80-acre campus project that would be the largest development ever for San Jose’s downtown.

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  • May 24 @ 6:18 pm

Autodesk, Embark Trucks ink new leases in S.F — and they’re both expansions

The software company has signed a large direct lease in a South of Market office building, and it is not the only company expanding its footprint in San Francisco.

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  • May 24 @ 4:55 pm

Cottonwood Group launches $750 million real estate fund

Dubbed the Cottonwood Founders Portfolio Fund, the fund was requested by longstanding investors who have committed $200 million to launch it.

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  • May 24 @ 4:45 pm

AT&T’s CEO aims to be ‘best core connectivity provider’ amid plans for WarnerMedia spin-out

A week ago, AT&T and Discovery, Inc. announced a definitive agreement to combine WarnerMedia’s assets with the content provider’s businesses to create a standalone company.

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  • May 24 @ 4:41 pm

New retail demand like ‘drinking from a fire hydrant,’ Colliers Houston president says

Although retail is doing very well compared to 2020, labor problems persist.

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  • May 24 @ 4:36 pm

Demolition firm claims Prosper Portland rigged contracting process

The lawsuit centers on Northwest Infrastructure’s efforts to secure work on the Broadway Corridor site.

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  • May 24 @ 4:34 pm

Jewett-Cameron names Chad Summers president

Summers previously worked as the company’s vice president of business development. He also will become CEO on Jan. 1.

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  • May 24 @ 4:29 pm

Architecture and design firm Rottet Studio buys property for new headquarters

Houston-based Rottet Studio paid an undisclosed amount to purchase two lots at 61 Briar Hollow Lane and 65 Briar Hollow, which are home to a residential structure that was built in the 1960s.

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  • May 24 @ 4:06 pm

Marketing software Cloud Campaign lands $5M

The startup expects to double its headcount in the next year.

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  • May 24 @ 3:35 pm

Need to improve diversity in the workplace? Readyset has an app for it.

Wondering how you can be a better ally at work, this app has some suggestions.

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  • May 24 @ 2:57 pm

Levey Group partners on Business Center at Five Corners in southwest Houston

Houston-based general contractor Burton Construction has begun site preparation, and the project is expected to be complete in the first quarter of 2022.

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  • May 24 @ 2:39 pm

C-Suite Rides: Mazda’s Miata has been turning heads since 1989 (PHOTOS)

It’s fun on the race track but the Miata is hellish for long trips.

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  • May 24 @ 1:48 pm

CFO of the Year 2021: Jace Thompson, Ruby

Ruby provides virtual reception and live website chat services to small businesses.

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  • May 24 @ 1:00 pm

Samsung: No site decision yet for $17B chipmaking plant despite rumors

Rumors have run rampant that Austin was chosen for Samsung’s $17 billion chipmaking plant, but company officials told Austin Business Journal that’s not the case.

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  • May 24 @ 12:59 pm

Community’s new COO ready for a new challenge

After guiding Seattle-based Convoy since the company had less than 100 employees, Linear is excited for a new challenge with Community, where she has been named chief operating officer.

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  • May 24 @ 12:48 pm

KB Home maps 170+ new homes in Raleigh

Tucker Place is just the latest residential development proposed for the area outside Interstate 540.

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  • May 24 @ 12:40 pm

CFO of the Year 2021: Ryan Randall, Atmosera Inc.

Atmosera manages a range of services for developers and cloud engineers.

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  • May 24 @ 12:27 pm

Goodman breaks ground on giant logistics facility in Orange County

The 1.5 million-square-foot campus enables same-day delivery to more than 20 million consumers.

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  • May 24 @ 12:19 pm

Black Resilience Fund raising $1M to help more Black Portlanders

The Black Resilience Fund has put cash support in the hands of more than 7,100 Black Portlanders in the last year to help cover everything from rent to groceries to utilities and medical payments.

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  • May 24 @ 10:21 am

Apple just signed the largest office lease in Silicon Valley of 2021 — 6 buildings, 700,000 square feet

Apple just signed a deal to lease more than half the office buildings in Sunnyvale’s Pathline Park.

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  • May 24 @ 10:20 am

SFBT Monday Digest: PG&E HQ buy; Solar windfall

Meanwhile, San Francisco’s oldest hotel is set to reopen after being closed for 14 months.

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  • May 24 @ 10:15 am

SFBT Monday Digest: PG&E HQ buy; Solar windfall

Meanwhile, San Francisco’s oldest hotel is set to reopen after being closed for 14 months.

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  • May 24 @ 10:15 am

SFBT Monday Digest: PG&E HQ buy; Solar windfall

Meanwhile, San Francisco’s oldest hotel is set to reopen after being closed for 14 months.

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  • May 24 @ 10:15 am

SFBT Monday Digest: PG&E HQ buy; Solar windfall

Meanwhile, San Francisco’s oldest hotel is set to reopen after being closed for 14 months.

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  • May 24 @ 10:15 am

SFBT Monday Digest: PG&E HQ buy; Solar windfall

Meanwhile, San Francisco’s oldest hotel is set to reopen after being closed for 14 months.

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  • May 24 @ 10:15 am

SFBT Monday Digest: PG&E HQ buy; Solar windfall

Meanwhile, San Francisco’s oldest hotel is set to reopen after being closed for 14 months.

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  • May 24 @ 10:15 am

SFBT Monday Digest: PG&E HQ buy; Solar windfall

Meanwhile, San Francisco’s oldest hotel is set to reopen after being closed for 14 months.

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  • May 24 @ 10:15 am

SFBT Monday Digest: PG&E HQ buy; Solar windfall

Meanwhile, San Francisco’s oldest hotel is set to reopen after being closed for 14 months.

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  • May 24 @ 10:15 am

SFBT Monday Digest: PG&E HQ buy; Solar windfall

Meanwhile, San Francisco’s oldest hotel is set to reopen after being closed for 14 months.

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  • May 24 @ 10:15 am

SFBT Monday Digest: PG&E HQ buy; Solar windfall