Google is creating a post-pandemic workplace that will accommodate employees who got used to working from home over the past year.
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The impending boba shortage is yet another sign of how the pandemic has snarled global supply chains and upended industries.
The pandemic has created a mixed-bag of changes for housing in San Jose, from fluctuating costs to rising vacancy rates and dwindling building approvals.
A look back at some of the events—big and small—that shaped the past 12 months of tumult during the pandemic.
After a year of lockdowns, can we break our Covid-era habits—or will the pandemic affect the way we live forever?
Covid restrictions notwithstanding, the light of hope shines through for gamers and their favorite watering holes.
Investors, who flocked to companies like Zoom as the virus spread, have started to look elsewhere.
Not by buying airplanes. Instead, the newest start-up millionaires are proceeding cautiously.
Early in the pandemic, traffic drastically decreased. Now, transportation experts wonder if Silicon Valley's car culture will change.
Eviction moratoriums don’t keep arrears from piling up, and aid to renters may not reach the most vulnerable.
Business owners have until March 16 to file claims. However, there is no guarantee that they will be fulfilled by insurance agencies.
We need policies that transform the incentive structure for developing new antibiotics, and also encourage responsible stewardship.
Some districts have turned to organized video games to give students the team sports experience they’re missing during distance learning.
Faced with the urgent need to protect their members and patients from the virus, labor organizations are pushing hospitals to do more.
BART received responses from some 3,000 riders for its biennial customer satisfaction survey.
Though salons can reopen now, stylists and manicurists worry how to regain public trust in the aftermath of so much negative PR.