Jeff Elder

The 1886 square-rigger Balclutha has made a lot of history in San Francisco, where she still docks. (Photo courtesy National Parks Service)

Who’s behind blockchain voting at San Francisco’s City Hall?

Also: Lipstick NFTs and billion-dollar valuations flowing like kombucha

The 1886 square-rigger Balclutha has made a lot of history in San Francisco, where she still docks. (Photo courtesy National Parks Service)
Three new massive cranes cruised into the Port of Oakland early this year. (Courtesy Port of Oakland)

Giant new cranes help business soar at Port of Oakland

Ships previously headed elsewhere now come to the Bay Area first

Three new massive cranes cruised into the Port of Oakland early this year. (Courtesy Port of Oakland)
Tech workers at Flexport’s Market Street headquarters have worked to find data solutions to supply-chain challenges. (Courtesy Flexport)

How San Francisco tech companies are addressing the global supply chain crisis

Startups bring data solutions to broken shipping industry

Tech workers at Flexport’s Market Street headquarters have worked to find data solutions to supply-chain challenges. (Courtesy Flexport)
The Giants have used data this season to keep sluggers like Kris Bryant focused on swinging at the right pitches. (Chris Victorio/Special to The Examiner)

How the Giants hacked their way to a division title using data

Using digital tools, analytics and brains, San Francisco outpaced every team in baseball

The Giants have used data this season to keep sluggers like Kris Bryant focused on swinging at the right pitches. (Chris Victorio/Special to The Examiner)
Ashley Waxman, right, Asana’s head of employer brand, is pleased with the company’s flexibility in having workers on site in the management firm’s Folsom Street office.<ins> (Courtesy Asana)</ins>

Hybrid work dilemma: Should I stay or should I go?

SF tech workers wrestle over whether to go back to the office

Ashley Waxman, right, Asana’s head of employer brand, is pleased with the company’s flexibility in having workers on site in the management firm’s Folsom Street office.<ins> (Courtesy Asana)</ins>
The van office of Kenzo Fong, founder and CEO of Rock. (Courtesy Rock)

Behold, the best cities for tech workers: Where does SF rank?

Rankings based on what really matters: Pay, coffee, weed, sex, baseball, and gaming

The van office of Kenzo Fong, founder and CEO of Rock. (Courtesy Rock)
Mike Wiacek, center, founder and CEO of Stairwell, says raising venture capital in the Bay Area is much easier than elsewhere. <ins>(Courtesy Stairwell)</ins>
Mike Wiacek, center, founder and CEO of Stairwell, says raising venture capital in the Bay Area is much easier than elsewhere. (Courtesy Stairwell)

Relax, San Francisco: Startups are here to stay

Research shows a ‘network effect’ is still pulling together investors, entrepreneurs and tech workers

Mike Wiacek, center, founder and CEO of Stairwell, says raising venture capital in the Bay Area is much easier than elsewhere. <ins>(Courtesy Stairwell)</ins>
Mike Wiacek, center, founder and CEO of Stairwell, says raising venture capital in the Bay Area is much easier than elsewhere. (Courtesy Stairwell)
Assemblymember David Chiu, who was appointed San Francisco City Attorney on Wednesday, says he has been “focused on the fight for justice” his entire career.<ins> (Kevin N. Hume/The Examiner)</ins>

David Chiu speaks out about his new role at City Hall

‘Certain events have tarnished the reputation of our city’s government’

Assemblymember David Chiu, who was appointed San Francisco City Attorney on Wednesday, says he has been “focused on the fight for justice” his entire career.<ins> (Kevin N. Hume/The Examiner)</ins>