Google won't be buying the company after all.
The search engine giant is reportedly set to buy the user-generated review site for $500 million.
Plus: The Russian Tea Room's chef gets slapped with a sexual-harassment lawsuit, and Arizona kids go to Hooters on a field trip, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: the chemistry of champagne, all in our morning news roundup.
The Chronicle's critic gets one rave and one pan in his Yelp debut.
New stickers proclaim "Favorite Place on Google."
The legal battle may be dead in its tracks, but the internet war on the mandatory tip refusers wages on
Plus: Orvieto's revelatory white pizza.
After hosting a singer with a homophobic song in his catalogue, the venue faces growing wrath online.
Yelper not happy with being called out by bar online after she calls out bar online.
Yelp sponsors its own region-wide version of Dine About Town.
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California firefighters are opening their recipes book while the exclusive Supper Club dines in Glendale.
Plus: a grocery store comes to Garfield; the inventor of Clamato dies
Plus: bento boxes on the rise, and Clamato's creator passes, all in our morning news roundup.
A Texas fair serves a new deep-fried snack and McDonald's loses a copyright suit.