The A’s wouldn’t be as good a team with a larger budget.
Several Giants joined players around baseball in expressing frustration with the number of major leaguers — big names and small — who remain unsigned, even as position players are just days away from reporting to Spring Training.
After thousands of Google employees walked out of their offices last week in protest of sexual harassment in the workplace, the Mountain View company has announced it will make several changes to bolster its system of reporting abuse.
More than 500 Google employees in Mountain View walked out of the company’s headquarters Thursday afternoon, joined by thousands across the globe.
The Golden State Warriors must fully complete payments on a $100 million, 30-year bond for renovations at Oracle Arena.
An arbiter last week denied the 49ers’ request to reduce their annual rent at Levi’s Stadium by $4.25 million.
A housing group based at San Francisco State University Thursday condemned the university for allegedly raising rents on employee housing and evicting residents.
A federal appeals court ruled in San Francisco Thursday that two consumer lawsuits filed over Samsung smartphones can’t be forced to go to arbitration and instead can proceed toward trials.
Matt Chapman possesses the arm necessary to be among the top defenders in minor league baseball. Monday, Chapman was honored as such.
No longer will Bruce Bochy have to trot to the mound over and over to protect a lead. At least, that’s the hope.
BART has been unable to fire a station agent facing criminal charges for allegedly beating a homeless man with a stick because station surveillance video was ruled inadmissible.
The San Francisco 49ers filed for arbitration Tueseday against Santa Clara, claiming the city is violating its lease agreement.
San Francisco Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford has had quite the November.
Oakland police officers who are fired for misconduct are often reinstated at arbitration hearings because department officials and the city attorney’s office do a poor job of handling the cases.
Ike Davis will be an Oakland Athletic for at least 2015 as the ink dries on his new deal.