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Take a look inside the $5,000-a-month San Francisco apartment that Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes reportedly once called home with her now-husband,...
The former Theranos CEO and her then boyfriend/now husband were reportedly living in a San Francisco apartment that's now available to rent.
Facebook just made its first public entrance into the US health space with a tool that pings you to donate blood during a shortage
If you identify yourself as a donor, Facebook will now notify you when there's a need for blood in cities including New York and Chicago.
20% of millennials in the US are living at home with their parents, and it’s a sign of how financially behind they are
It's common for American millennials to leave the nest later in life than previous generations because of today's high cost of living.
San Francisco has the most expensive real estate in the US, surpassing New York City with an average asking price of almost $1.3 million.
We teamed up with Trulia to find out the median home value of a 1,500-square-foot house in the 25 most populous cities in the US.
An animal-rights protester rushed the stage and ripped the mic out of Kamala Harris’ hand at a San Francisco forum
Harris briefly left the stage after an animal-rights activist rushed towards her and snatched the microphone from her hand.
Elizabeth Warren’s campaign posted a billboard calling for the breakup of Big Tech in the heart of the tech industry
Senator Warren's billboard is half a block away from the train station many tech workers use to commute to their jobs in the city.
San Francisco is one of the wealthiest and most expensive cities in America, thanks to its booming tech industry and proximity to Silicon Valley.
Hong Kong is the world's most expensive city to rent in, while San Francisco is the most expensive in the US. See how much it costs to rent worldwide.
Americans think they need more than $2 million to be considered wealthy, but that’s nothing compared to what residents in San Francisco say
Americans think it takes an average of $2.3 million to be wealthy, but those in San Francisco think it takes nearly twice that amount.