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After massive growth in S.F., Uber explores office expansion into Oakland

 
Within the last two months, the $50 billion company has met with eager Oakland developers and toured the trio of the city’s large available offices or development sites, according to three sources with knowledge of those talks.

Indeed, no deal appears imminent and Uber could just be keeping its options open as it grows at a fast pace. Oakland brokers and developers say plenty of big-name tech companies have been linked to office expansion rumors in the past year Stripe, Yahoo, Twitter, Google, Pinterest, you name it — without a deal being signed. Uber declined to comment.

Tech Companies Speak: We Can't Afford The City Either


Many advocates believe that extreme rents are a non-issue for tech companies and their well-paid workers.

Not so fast, says the tech community.

Lego Taps the Best Indie Bricklayers to Design Its Next Kit:

Who Is Spray-Painting "No More Chinese" In San Francisco?

 
Multiple instances of anti-Chinese graffiti found in the Portola neighborhood. The San Francisco Police Department says that it is treating this as a vandalism and hate crime investigation. 
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