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2014-12-11 In Financial District, power outages lead to lost day Financial District, SF Downtown
2. 2014-07-12 Water main break floods Union Square retailers Union Square, SF Downtown
D. 2014-04-15 Protesters call on Apple to pay more taxes on overseas funds Union Square, SF Downtown
E. 2014-02-14 S.F. vendor busted for 2,000 lbs. of shark fins South of Market
5. 2013-10-03 Shutdown slows commerce near federal buildings Philip Burton Federal Building, SF Downtown
G. 2011-10-05 Protesters hold 'Occupy Wall St' march Civic Center, SF Downtown
H. 2010-05-06 Huntington Hotel reportedly up for sale Nob Hill, SF Downtown
I. 2010-04-10 Office vacancy rate rises in SF SF Downtown
9. 2010-02-02 Artists' gem Pearl closing 969 Market St, SF Downtown

Water main break floods Union Square retailers   A subway construction crew hit a water main, sending several hundred thousands gallons of water flooding into the basements of luxury retail... Protesters call on Apple to pay more taxes on overseas funds   Protesters dressed in the recognizable blue T-shirts of Apple Store employees marched in front of the electronics giant's Union Square shop S.F. vendor busted for 2,000 lbs. of shark fins  South of Market: Michael Kwong, 42, owner of Kwong Yip Inc., was cited for being in violation of the ban after investigators found his business full of shark... Shutdown slows commerce near federal buildings    94102: Hundreds of small-business people who run the coffee shops and restaurants around government buildings are already having a tough time Protesters hold 'Occupy Wall St' march Huntington Hotel reportedly up for sale   Nob Hill's famed Huntington Hotel is on the block, along with Carmel's La Playa and Cottages-by-the-Sea, plus the ground lease at Galleria Park... Office vacancy rate rises in SF  An amount of space equivalent to 13 BofA buildings sits vacant as companies continue to shed more square footage than they rent Artists' gem Pearl closing Map of 969 Market St San Francisco   94103: The 77-year-old San Francisco branch of art supplies discount store Pearl Paint Co. is closing by Feb. 14 Merchants suffering along Union Street Map of Union Street San Francisco   94123: The shopping district's decline is likely due to more gradual trends, in which retailers were slow to respond to younger consumers Tenderloin housing plan hits a snag  SF Tenderloin: The latest conflict centers around the size of affordable-housing units in the new buildings Virgin Megastore in S.F. will liquidate    94102: The store is adding a large vacancy to a growing number of empty storefronts around Union Square, the retail heart of the city Clothier Wilkes Bashford to lay off 18  The Sutter Street clothier set the style for a generation of San Francisco's movers and shakers Stacey's Bookstore closing down  The iconic shop called Market Street home for all of its 85 years and had carved out a niche for technical publications S.F. Office Rent Dips 22%
In Financial District, power outages lead to lost day Map of Financial District San Francisco


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Dec.11
  Thursday’s storm discouraged many people from coming to their jobs in the Financial District, and many of those who braved the elements arrived to find the power out
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Oct.5


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Dec.18
  The rents made the largest decline in seven years, as the shrinking financial services industry flooded downtown with empty space
 The average price for Class A space in the Financial District sank to $41.34 per square foot, down from $56.17

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Sep.24
  Security guards who normally protect the downtown high rises can be found outside instead, picketing as their strike gets under way
Mar.28 Gas Reaches $4 A Gallon At Shell Station Map of 6th and Harrison street San Francisco
  South of Market: At a station on 6th and Harrison premium gasoline went for over $4 a gallon


year 2006 Top ^

Oct.24 HP scandal references in OpenWorld  Hewlett-Packard's CEO began his keynote address with some more subtle references to the embarrassing scandal

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Jun.8 150 protesters held at biotech conference
  About 200 demonstrators failed to shut down the annual Biotechnology Industry Organization convention


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Aug.5 Vandals hit several Starbucks
  In coordinated attack on 17 outlets the vandals spread glue and posted official-looking 'For Lease' and 'Closed' signs Aug.2   Janitors authorize strike  San Francisco: A union voted to authorize a strike, raising the possibility of a work stoppage in hundreds of downtown buildings

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Mar.20 Pacific Stock Exchange closes  Equities trading operations will be transferred to the Archipelago Exchange, a fully electronic communications network

year 2001 Top ^

Mar.28 Office rents down  Internet shakeout is flooding the city office market with vacant space




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Protesters hold 'Occupy Wall St' march S.F. vendor busted for 2,000 lbs. of shark fins  South of Market: Michael Kwong, 42, owner of Kwong Yip Inc., was cited for being in violation of the ban after investigators found his business full of shark... Vandals hit several Starbucks  In coordinated attack on 17 outlets the vandals spread glue and posted official-looking 'For Lease' and 'Closed' signs 150 protesters held at biotech conference




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2004
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  About 200 demonstrators failed to shut down the annual Biotechnology Industry Organization convention




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2007 Mar.28 Gas Reaches $4 A Gallon At Shell Station
Map of 6th and Harrison street San Francisco
  South of Market: At a station on 6th and Harrison premium gasoline went for over $4 a gallon




SF Downtown, Bad Economic News Labor Conflict Timeline ... See Bay Area Labor Conflict timeline, World Labor Conflict timeline Top ^
2007 Sep.24 Security Guards Go On Strike
  Security guards who normally protect the downtown high rises can be found outside instead, picketing as their strike gets under way
2003 Aug.2   Janitors authorize strike  San Francisco: A union voted to authorize a strike, raising the possibility of a work stoppage in hundreds of downtown buildings



SF Downtown, Bad Economic News Job Cut Timeline ... See Bay Area Job Cut timeline, World Job Cut timeline Top ^
2009 Feb.4 Clothier Wilkes Bashford to lay off 18  The Sutter Street clothier set the style for a generation of San Francisco's movers and shakers



SF Downtown, Bad Economic News High Tech Business Timeline ... See Bay Area High Tech Business timeline, World High Tech Business timeline Top ^
2014 Apr.15 Protesters call on Apple to pay more taxes on overseas funds   Protesters dressed in the recognizable blue T-shirts of Apple Store employees marched in front of the electronics giant's Union Square shop



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2014 Dec.11 In Financial District, power outages lead to lost day
Map of Financial District San Francisco
  Thursday’s storm discouraged many people from coming to their jobs in the Financial District, and many of those who braved the elements arrived to find the power out
2006 Oct.24 HP scandal references in OpenWorld  Hewlett-Packard's CEO began his keynote address with some more subtle references to the embarrassing scandal



SF Downtown, Bad Economic News Retail Timeline ... See Bay Area Retail timeline, World Retail timeline Top ^
2014 Jul.12 Water main break floods Union Square retailers   A subway construction crew hit a water main, sending several hundred thousands gallons of water flooding into the basements of luxury retail... 2013 Oct.3 Shutdown slows commerce near federal buildings    94102: Hundreds of small-business people who run the coffee shops and restaurants around government buildings are already having a tough time 2010 Feb.2 Artists' gem Pearl closing
Map of 969 Market St San Francisco   94103: The 77-year-old San Francisco branch of art supplies discount store Pearl Paint Co. is closing by Feb. 14 Jan.7 Merchants suffering along Union Street Map of Union Street San Francisco   94123: The shopping district's decline is likely due to more gradual trends, in which retailers were slow to respond to younger consumers 2009 Feb.27 Virgin Megastore in S.F. will liquidate    94102: The store is adding a large vacancy to a growing number of empty storefronts around Union Square, the retail heart of the city Jan.7 Stacey's Bookstore closing down  The iconic shop called Market Street home for all of its 85 years and had carved out a niche for technical publications



SF Downtown, Bad Economic News Tourism Timeline ... See Bay Area Tourism timeline, World Tourism timeline Top ^
2010 May.6 Huntington Hotel reportedly up for sale   Nob Hill's famed Huntington Hotel is on the block, along with Carmel's La Playa and Cottages-by-the-Sea, plus the ground lease at Galleria Park...



SF Downtown, Bad Economic News Stocks Timeline ... See Bay Area Stocks timeline, World Stocks timeline Top ^
2002 Mar.20 Pacific Stock Exchange closes  Equities trading operations will be transferred to the Archipelago Exchange, a fully electronic communications network



SF Downtown, Bad Economic News Real Estate Timeline ... See Bay Area Real Estate timeline, World Real Estate timeline Top ^
2009 Jul.19 Tenderloin housing plan hits a snag  SF Tenderloin: The latest conflict centers around the size of affordable-housing units in the new buildings



SF Downtown, Bad Economic News Commercial Real Estate Timeline ... See Bay Area Commercial Real Estate timeline, World Commercial Real Estate timeline Top ^
2010 Apr.10 Office vacancy rate rises in SF  An amount of space equivalent to 13 BofA buildings sits vacant as companies continue to shed more square footage than they rent 2008 Dec.18 S.F. Office Rent Dips 22%
  The rents made the largest decline in seven years, as the shrinking financial services industry flooded downtown with empty space
 The average price for Class A space in the Financial District sank to $41.34 per square foot, down from $56.17
2001 Mar.28 Office rents down  Internet shakeout is flooding the city office market with vacant space



SF Downtown, Bad Economic News Energy Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Energy Business timeline, World Energy Business timeline Top ^
2008 Mar.25 Supe Looks To Curb Business Energy Use  Aaron Peskin announced legislation to conserve energy by requiring downtown buildings to turn out the lights when workers hit the doors