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The 805-room Fairmont San Jose filed for bankruptcy on March 5 and closed its doors the same day, in an abrupt shutdown that is slated to last two to three months.
After a mix-up with her cruise line, Ruby Tyson pays for her airline tickets twice. Is there any way to get one of them refunded?
Many economists are now looking for growth to jump by 6-7% this year, which would be the best rate since the mid 1980s.
Dan Jewett most recently taught chemistry at the private Lakeside School, which Scott’s children attended.
For the first time, HomeFirst CEO Andrea Urton opens up about the intense trauma in her past, and how she rose up to lead Santa Clara County's preeminent homelessness services agency.
In less than two years, foreign and local buyers have plunked down more than $1 billion to buy just three well-known office buildings in downtown Oakland, including Uptown Station.
After a state appeals court blocked Kern County's effort to speed up new oil and gas drilling, officials overseeing the state's prime oil patch have revised an ordinance that could permit tens of thousands of new wells over the next 15 years.
Both Roland Unruh and Pebble Beach agree that the erosion is major and that it needs to be shorn up. What they disagree on is whose responsibility it is to reinforce what are now walls along the creek bed on his property.
The latest data from the county assessor's office shows the market continuing to defy seasonal trends.
Theaters reopening in New York City this weekend did not set the box office on fire. North American theatrical grosses stayed relatively muted, despite some major new releases like Disney’s “Raya and the Last Dragon” and Lionsgate’s Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley action flick “Chaos Walking,” according to studio estimates Sunday.