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The debate in Oakland over how much to raise the minimum wage and when to do it could impact the pay of low-wage workers by a half-billion dollars in the next five years.
As anti-gentrification groups intensify their protests of the city's major redevelopment plan for the area, are fears of displacement warranted?
The threat that the A’s owner would move the team to San Francisco — or San Antonio or Montreal — unless he gets the deal he wants at the Coliseum is absurd.
Plum reboots as Ume, serving Japanese-inspired California cuisine.
The city has brushed aside numerous labor complaints against a city contractor — and has now revised its policy in a way that benefits employers and shortchanges low-wage workers.