As retailers continue to struggle to keep sales up and stores open, Gap Inc. has been able to stay profitable. It’s all thanks to one brand, Old Navy. Propped up by the low-end brandAccording to the company’s earnings statement released late yesterday, sales at comparable stores were up 1% across the whole company, but here’s the problem: All of …
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- Old Navy Is Still The Only Part Of Gap Inc. That’s Doing Well
By Laura Northrup - Friday Aug 18, 2017
- Yellowstone Park vehicle traffic nearing capacity
By BOB MOEN, Associated Press - Thursday Aug 10, 2017
(AP) — Sometime within the next four to six years, Yellowstone National Park is expected to reach its capacity for being able to handle all the vehicles that tourists drive through the park to see sights like Old Faithful, wild wolves and grizzly bears and spectacular scenery.Potential solutions include instituting a reservation system or passenger shuttles to control the number of visitors during peak times for the busiest attractions in the park, but no decisions will be made for at least a couple of years, according to the National Park Service.According to the survey of park visitors, 83 percent of Yellowstone's visitors come from the United States and 17 percent come from abroad with people from Europe and China the top two respectively among international travelers.
- HiQ wins court round against LinkedIn
By Thomas Lee - Tuesday Aug 15, 2017
In granting HiQ Labs Inc.’s request for a preliminary injunction, U.S. District Judge Edward Chen said the company presented convincing arguments that LinkedIn’s primary motivation was to shut down a competitor rather than protect user privacy as the social media giant had claimed.In recent years, Silicon Valley’s most powerful companies have been cracking down on firms they suspect of “data scraping,” the practice of extracting information from social media accounts or websites such as Yelp or Wikipedia.LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook view scraping of the data generated by their users not just as theft — they sometimes charge to license data — but also as a violation of their users’ privacy.Data analytics has becoming a rapidly growing industry as companies seek ways to analyze large amounts of information so they can make smarter business decisions.Since Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn have collected an enormous amount of user data, they have sought to control access to it, even though that information is often public.Famed Harvard law Professor Laurence Tribe is advising HiQ.
- Chance of thunderstorms as inland Bay Area heat wave to peak
By Sarah Ravani - Wednesday Aug 2, 2017
A slight chance of thunder is expected Wednesday and Thursday evenings in parts of the South Bay, and possibly in San Francisco, said Will Pi, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.The possible storms will come after a two-day stretch of excessive heat where temperatures in some inland cities, including Concord and Livermore, reached triple digits on Tuesday, Pi added.Temperatures in San Francisco and parts of the East Bay closer to the coast will stay relatively cool throughout the remainder of the week with highs in the 70s, Pi said.A very slight cooldown is expected to sweep into the Bay Area starting on Thursday though Pi warned that the cool down won’t be drastic.Forecasters warned that residents should not leave pets or children in cars during the heat wave.Limiting strenuous outdoor activities and staying hydrated were also recommended especially those with respiratory conditions, according to the Bay Area Quality Management District.
- How Sister Paulette LoMonaco Spends Her Sundays
By JOHN LELAND - Friday May 12, 2017
The executive director of the nonprofit Good Shepherd Services spends much of the day in prayer, and on the golf course.
- Out-of-town visitors mugged on Twin Peaks in SF
By Filipa Ioannou - Monday Jul 3, 2017
Three visitors to San Francisco were robbed of a camera, lens and phones while admiring the view and taking pictures at the Twin Peaks overlook on Saturday, police said.The victims — a 22-year-old woman and two men, ages 25 and 30 — were not tourists, but they were visiting San Francisco from elsewhere in the Bay Area, according to Officer Robert Rueca, a spokesman for the San Francisco Police Department.In a separate incident, another visitor to the city was robbed of her camera on Sunday morning on Yerba Buena Island, according to police.