Landmark Theatres is vacating the century-old theater. One of downtown’s most distinctive buildings now faces an uncertain future.
For business owners who want to retire or change focus, transitioning to employee ownership offers a roadmap to resiliency.
The Ninth Street food company turns brewery waste into pasta, cookie dough and more.
The Standard Soap Works factory housed its Chinese workers in racially segregated shacks before deciding it wanted to “fill their places with white labor.”
Eudemonia, a popular tabletop card store that had been a refuge for Berkeley gamers of all ages, closed after 18 years.
The city’s manufacturing ranges from woodworking to wine-making, and from pouring metals to molding new materials.
The new owners, who have experience in sales and the publishing world, will take over on Nov. 1.