Health Care Digest: Winning the war for biotech talent, dialysis companies spend big on Prop. 8, and more

Editor's note: The San Francisco Business Times is launching this weekly health care digest by reporter Ron Leuty. It features a roundup of local news items, musings from notable figures, insights from other publications [Read entire story]

Larry Ellison touts innovation weapon at Oracle OpenWorld

Oracle founder and executive chairman Larry Ellison unveiled new hardware and software for its dedicated cloud network at Oracle OpenWorld on Monday. Dubbed Cloud Computing – Generation 2, it was the tech titan’s latest [Read entire story]

San Francisco Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White stands for a portrait in…

San Francisco Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White stands for a portrait in her office in San Francisco, Calif., on Monday, Oct. 22, 2018. San Francisco Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White stands for a portrait in her office in San [Read entire story]

Giants-Falcons closes out the week with Monday Night Football

The NFL closes out Week 7 with a battle of last place NFC teams. The Atlanta Falcons host the New York Giants, with kickoff set for 5:15 p.m. PT on ESPN. Joe Tessitore and Jason Witten will call the game from the booth, [Read entire story]

Surveillance Video Leads To Arrest Of Southbay Man Suspected Of Vandalizing Campaign Signs

MOUNTAIN VIEW (CBS SF) – A man who allegedly spray-painted over a Mountain View City Council candidate’s signs on Friday was cited for petty theft and vandalism on Sunday, police said. City Council candidate [Read entire story]

Adrian Colbert to be placed on injured reserve

The 49ers dodged a few injury bullets, but Colbert will be out for a while. The San Francisco 49ers suffered a bevy of injuries in Sunday’s loss to the Los Angeles Rams, but the most devastating will be safety Adrian [Read entire story]

San Francisco wants to ban brewpubs in the Mission

Today the Land Use and Transportation Committee will consider a new law that would put the kibosh on brewpubs in the Mission and cap the number of restaurants and bars permitted in the neighborhood. [Read entire story]

San Francisco News 2018-10-22 22:50:38

If you've been to San Francisco lately, you may wonder what is going on. There are people injecting heroin on the streets, abandoned needles on sidewalks and groups using drugs in many public spaces. [Read entire story]

Pittsburg: Gang trial over fatal freeway shooting filled with drama

A monthlong murder trial that featured testimony about warring San Francisco gangs, Bay Area rap feuds and one witness being led out of court in handcuffs after a prosecutor accused her of lying on the stand has reached [Read entire story]

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