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Looking for a rental deal in San Francisco? Would you believe that it could be in the most iconic building?
San Francisco office rents have ballooned to some of the most expensive in the world, but one surprising and relatively low-priced option is peeking over the rest of the skyline.
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We have compiled a slideshow of 50 the highest-paid women executives in the Bay Area.  See who made the list and how much their checks were for.
There have been some shifts in this year's list of top-earning women. A new name on the list earned 9 percent more than Oracle Executive Chairman Larry Ellison in 2014.
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who recently bought a 737-acre oceanfront estate in Hawaii on Kauai’s North Shore . . . but the plans aren't as sizable as you might think.
Zuckerberg paid $135.5 million for the hundreds of acres of beachfront estate called the “Kahuaina Plantation.”
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Joining the parade of tech companies soaking up the plentiful capital flowing into the sector, DocuSign, the electronic signature service, has raised $233 million in funding, bringing its valuation to $3 billion, according to sources with knowledge of the financing round
San Francisco company, which helps customers securely sign documents electronically, says that 50,000 people join its network each day.
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Playing hardball: Fate of a $1B Golden Gate Warriors arena hangs in the balance of the Mission Bay San Francisco controversy  http://bizj.us/1hdm53  
Two rosters packed with A-list political players and big-walleted business backers are squaring off in Mission Bay. The fate of the $1 billion new Warriors arena hangs in the balance
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They should limit the height of any construction to 50 feet. Putting in a 200+ foot complex is outrageous. Limit the height to the associated buildings and a lot of the objections go away.
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LinkedIn Corp. came away the clear victor late Tuesday in a pitched battle with neighbor Google Inc. and real estate developers for building rights in Mountain View’s North Bayshore district.
The question now: What does Google do next?
The widely watched council decision raises questions about what Google will do with its futuristic campus expansion plans.
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What does the head of an extreme action camera company have in common with top executives in social media and the leaders behind the Deer Hunter mobile gaming app? A huge paycheck.
Here are the 20 highest-paid executives under 40 in 2015, based on total compensation in the most recent fiscal year.
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 Uber is experimenting with taking a bigger bite out of drivers’ pay.
The San Francisco-based tech juggernaut is taking the pilot program for a spin in its hometown.
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A look at this innovative state's biggest issue - The #drought 
 
There’s no shortage of technical solutions being imagined and engineered to help California’s consumers and businesses adapt to what appears to be the “new normal”— hotter, dryer weather that persists even after the current drought eventually ends. And many experts insist there are plenty of sensible, pragmatic ways to slash water use without turning the state into a dreary, post-apocalytic object lesson for the rest of the world.
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If you want to know what is really going on in the cranium of venture investor Marc Andreessen, the New Yorker published one of its patently exhaustive profiles on him and the firm he co-founded with Ben Horowitz.
Set aside some serious time before delving into the long profile of Marc Andreessen and Andreessen Horowitz in the latest New Yorker. Meanwhile here are a few tasty bits from the piece.
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The world of wearables gets hotter at +Fitbit files for its IPO
San Francisco-based Fitbit is prepares to bring its wearable devices to the New York Stock Exchange.
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Consumer Watchdog on Monday released a letter it sent to ShareBetter SF, a coalition of San Francisco groups that is hoping to qualify a city ballot initiative to impose stricter regulations and penalties on online short term rental platforms. Airbnb has raised similar concerns.
A Santa Monica consumer group likens measures that would boost local reporting requirements on hosting platforms as akin to tracking all vehicles to search for driving violations.
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The San Francisco Business Times is the #1 print and online source for Bay Area business news and information on the most successful people, companies and transactions in the region. Every Friday, the Business Times arrives with an in-depth lineup of breaking local news stories, business profiles and valuable industry rankings. From technology and sustainability to small business, biotech, hospitality, real estate and banking, the Business Times covers the most relevant and timely topics for the Bay Area business community.