A 'Biblically-Responsible Investing' Company Avoids Companies Advocating For LGBTQ RightsA new investment company won't buy shares of companies actively advocating for LGBTQ rights. John Ramos reports. (3/1/17)
Being Unable To Pay Back Student Loans Back Has Become The New NormalThe number of students who are unable to pay back their college loans is skyrocketing. Veronica De La Cruz reports. (1/19/17)
Michael Dermer, Author Of The Lonely EntrepreneurBay Sunday host Kenny Choi talks to author Michael Dermer about his book, The Lonely Entrepreneur.
Some Ex-Employees Sue Wells Fargo, Others Invited To Return To WorkSome former Wells Fargo employees are suing, while others may be offered their jobs back. Julie Watts reports. (11/3/16)
Bay Area Reactions To BrexitAfter Britons voted on Thursday to leave the EU, markets collapsed around the world and most Silicon Valley companies' shares fell in price. Betty Yu talked to a San Jose State University economist about what lies ahead for tech ... also, Pres. Obama addressed the issue during a speech at Stanford. (6-24-16)
$99 Flights to Iceland? What's the Catch?Ultra-low cost carrier, Wow Airlines, will soon start flying out of SFO and LAX. Tickets go on sale Tuesday, December 12. The carrier is promising fares as low at $99 to Iceland.
K.O. Movie Review: "The Big Short"The K.O. Movie Team of Hooman Khalili & Marcus Osborne review “The Big Short” starring Brad Pitt, Christian Bale, Steve Carrell, and Ryan Gosling. (12/10/2015)
Bay Area Startup Aims to Make Dealing with Bureaucracies EasierTwo Bay Area twenty-somethings have come up with a unique business: For $5, they'll say they'll help you cancel your Comcast service in five minutes.
"Sold" Car Comes Back to Haunt Original OwnerA Bay Area man learned the hard way that the car he thought he sold to a junkyard ended up back on the streets. Julie Watts reports (08/12/15)
State Officials Consider A Special Bank For The Pot IndustryState officials are considering ways to deal with the cash-only cannabis industry. A state-run bank would be a solution.