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Starbucks workers at Santa Cruz store file union petition, joining a national push
Starbucks workers in Santa Cruz filed a union petition on Friday, joining coffee-chain workers elsewhere in the country trying to organize.
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Don't have a 401(k) through work? Californians have CalSavers and other options
California law requires all but the smallest employers to offer workers some kind of retirement savings plan. Here are the requirements and options.
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Workers at Activision Blizzard-owned game studio Raven Software vote to unionize
Days after Microsoft secured a deal to acquire Activision Blizzard, workers at one of its units, Raven Software, have formed a union.
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Column: Chevron builds a 'newsroom' to tell stories it doesn't think an independent press will cover
A job-posting by Chevron indicates the fossil fuel company is hiring staff to write articles on the company's behalf.
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San Francisco's Chinatown is caught between past and future
In the wake of Amazon and the pandemic, a new generation of restaurants and retailers is coming. Where does that leave S.F.'s Chinatown?
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Column: Here's what happened after $1,200 was drained from an 11-year-old's bank account
A Southern California man opened a Chase account for his young daughter. He discovered that someone was withdrawing funds. Not our problem, Chase said.
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'Full House' creator Jeff Franklin wants $85 million for mansion on Manson murder land
'Full House' creator Jeff Franklin is asking $85 million for his Beverly Crest mega-mansion, which sits on the land where Sharon Tate was murdered in 1969.
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How many records can Southern California home prices break? Last year, 10
Southern California home prices hit a record high in December, the 10th record in 2021. Analysts see the housing market cooling slightly this year.
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Column: Their Mexican bakery weathered COVID-19's devastation. Can it survive a fire?
Spigas was the culmination of a promise the two Mexican immigrants had made to each other 25 years earlier, when they met at another panaderia in Santa Ana.
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