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Campaign Urging Elon Musk To Cut Trump Ties Ramps UpA Bay Area venture capitalist is now spending millions of dollars on advertising calling out Tesla founder Elon Musk for his ties to the Trump administration.
Feds: $100,000 'Low Income' In Parts Of Bay AreaNew figures from the federal government finds in parts of the Bay Area, some people who bring in a six-figure income can be considered "low-income."
Harvard Study Suggests High Bay Area Minimum Wage Boosts Chance Restaurants Will FailThe Bay Area was selected for the study because 15 of the 41 cities and counties that have changed their minimum wage since 2012 are here.
Bay Area Refinery To Pay $340,000 To Settle Air Quality LawsuitValero agreed to pay the $340,000 to settle 28 alleged violations, most of which occurred in 2014.
U.S. Manufacturers, EPA Administrator Target Environmental RegulationsWhen Trump asked industry which federal regulations they found most burdensome, comments flooded in and many pointed to EPA policies.
Pioneering Computer Scientist Harry Huskey Dies At 101One of the last surviving members of the team that created the pioneering ENIAC computer in the 1940s has died.
Anita Hill, Ellen Pao Speak About Battles Against Sexual HarassmentFor the first time, they took the stage together at a special event hosted by the Kapor Center for Social Impact.
4 Bay Area Hospitals Fined Nearly $500,000 For Improper CareState healthcare regulators Thursday announced several fines against four Bay Area hospitals for failures to properly care for patients.
Raiders Won't Pay Rent At New Las Vegas Stadium Under Latest LeaseThe Oakland Raiders wouldn't pay rent at a proposed tax-funded stadium they want to call home in Las Vegas under the most recent version of a lease agreement unveiled Thursday.
Tesla Recalls 53,000 Vehicles Worldwide for Brake ProblemTesla Inc. is recalling Model S sedans and Model X SUVs because their parking brakes may get stuck.
Silicon Valley's Public Sector Competes With Tech Giants For WorkersSanta Clara County's government is having trouble finding the tech workers it needs.
Credit Card Usage Booms, Even For The Smallest Of PurchasesFor years, cash was king and credit cards were primarily used for big ticket items, but that has changed.

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