Key Witness in Alex Nieto Case Makes Case… For Himself, on Fark

It’s not easy being Evan Snow. The erstwhile SF-based IT professional and…

    Wed Mar 30th, 2016 11:21am By Max DeNike

Massive Ellis Act Eviction, Possibly City's Biggest-Ever, at Mid-Market Lofts

The saga of 1049 Market Street — affordable live-work lofts populated by…

    Tue Mar 8th, 2016 11:59am By Chris Roberts

CA Lawmaker Says Human Trafficking is a Good Reason to Make Your Smartphone Less Secure

January is Human Trafficking Awareness month, and here in San Francisco, state…

    Fri Jan 22nd, 2016 11:35am By Jeremy Lybarger

Airbnb Employees Appreciate the Company's “Deep Sense of Humility and Passion”

After a year of intense political skirmishes and PR gaffes in San…

    Wed Dec 9th, 2015 12:40pm By Jeremy Lybarger

Moment of Truth: 8 Thoughts After SF MusicTech

Moment of Truth is SF Weekly's Hip-Hop column, appearing every week on…

    Fri Nov 13th, 2015 2:35pm By Adrian Spinelli

Jesse Jackson Wants Racial Data About Twitter Layoffs. Twitter Plays Dumb.

Twitter has a diversity problem, like so many tech companies, and this…

    Wed Nov 4th, 2015 1:27pm By Jeremy Lybarger

Airbnb and Uber Executives Sued for Sexual Harassment and Wage Theft by Former Live-In Domestic Worker

A former live-in domestic worker for two San Francisco tech executives filed…

    Wed Oct 7th, 2015 12:20pm By Julia Carrie Wong

Google's Self-Driving Cars Don't Brake for Minorities

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – As Google continues to test its self-driving cars…

    Thu Jul 23rd, 2015 1:04pm By Benjamin Wachs

Disrupter Disrupted: Tech Startup Homejoy to Shut Down in Wake of Employee Suits

Home-cleaning startup Homejoy announced its shutdown today. The app that let users…

    Fri Jul 17th, 2015 3:31pm By Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez

The Real Reason So Many Obama Staffers Are Moving to SF

According to a recent story in Politico, an influx of Obama administration…

    Tue Jul 14th, 2015 9:37am By Benjamin Wachs