Carolyn Said, SF Chronicle

Carolyn Said

SF Chronicle

San Francisco Bay Area, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Carolyn:

Supply chain issues not a problem this holiday season as shoppers hit stores, websites early

Some consumers will buy fewer holiday gifts this year amid concerns about the economy → Read More

Laid-off tech workers describe what it’s like to hunt for a job now

Headlines are blaring stories of turmoil in the tech world as companies, including Meta and Twitter, slash their workforces. → Read More

Your next Uber ride could be in a San Francisco taxicab

San Francisco taxicabs using the Flywheel app will now respond to Uber ride requests. → Read More

How one bereaved Ukrainian family found refuge — and a community — in San Francisco

They arrived in San Francisco grieving family lost and left in Ukraine. But they’ve... → Read More

‘Human composting’ is coming to California. It could revolutionize how we get buried

California is legalizing human composting, an option for after-life care that turns human... → Read More

Turns out S.F. doesn’t blame the tech bros for ruining the city, Chronicle poll finds

More San Franciscans view the tech industry positively than those who think it hurts the... → Read More

You can now use your retirement funds to invest in your favorite good cause. Here’s how

Workers and startups employ new methods to invest retirement savings in social and... → Read More

Burglars ransack 7 businesses in Oakland’s Little Saigon during 90-minute raid

“It was blatant; it was intentional; it seemed like they were determined because it... → Read More

Could high-tech clothing combat climate change? Bay Area startup thinks so

Stanford-invented fabric could combat climate change by heating and cooling its wearers → Read More

How to manage your 401(k) in a market downturn — for investors at every stage of retirement

Wall Street’s plunge hit retired people hard. Here are tips for managing a 401(k) in a... → Read More

Google records when you search for abortion pills and info. Will it tell the cops?

Pressure is mounting for Silicon Valley companies to change how they collect and store... → Read More

‘We don’t know when the bottom will hit’: Here’s what financial experts suggest for your 401(k) in a bear market

Bay Area residents are flocking online with questions about how to handle their 401(k)s... → Read More

Thanks to inflation, California minimum wage may hit $15.50 an hour next year

California’s minimum wage, already the highest in the country, is likely to hit $15.50... → Read More

San Francisco is one of the ‘rattiest cities in America.’ Will rat birth control help?

San Francisco has a rat problem, which is why the city is using rodent birth control as a... → Read More

The father of the Ukrainian family photographed dead in the street speaks out: ‘I lost everyone and lost the meaning of life’

Photos of Tatiana Perebeinis and her children, killed in Ukraine, have become a symbol of... → Read More

Silicon Valley tech worker was the Ukrainian mom lying dead on street in brutal photo that sparked outrage

A Silicon Valley employee and her children are the subjects of photos so devastating that... → Read More

Jury deadlocked on three charges in trial of Theranos ex-CEO Holmes

The jury said it was unable to reach an unanimous decision on three of 11 charges on... → Read More

This year’s hot, scarce holiday item is the COVID test. Bay Area people are scrambling to find one

Demand for COVID tests is surging as fear of omicron collides with people’s desire for... → Read More

Looters hit Louis Vuitton and other Union Square luxury stores in wild rampage

San Francisco police said they arrested “multiple suspects” after responded to... → Read More

Why is stuff costing more? The case of one granola maker shows a supply chain in crisis

S.F.’s Nana Joes Granola epitomizes the problems many businesses have in sourcing raw... → Read More