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Oakland Plans To Move Homeless From Tent Cities To Abandoned HotelsOakland has a solution to house the growing number of homeless people living in tent cities in abandoned hotels. The city will have to move fast before developers buy up those buildings.
Heat Wave Has Vineyardists, Vintners in a Cold SweatGrowers and winemakers in Northern California have started irrigating early and humidifying barrel rooms to get ahead of the heat.
Google To Stop Reading Your Gmail To Help Sell AdsGoogle say it will stop the ad-driven scanning of Gmail later this year.
Uber Must Share Drivers' Contact Info With San Francisco City Officials, Judge RulesA San Francisco Superior Court judge ruled that he will require Uber to give city officials its local drivers' contact information.
Facebook Wants To Nudge Users Into 'Meaningful' Online GroupsAt Facebook, mere "sharing" is getting old. Finding deeper meaning in online communities is the next big thing.
California's Insurance Commissioner Upsets Coal CountryOfficials from Oklahoma are asking California's insurance commissioner to stop pressing insurance companies to publicly disclose fossil fuel investments and divest from the coal industry,
Regulators Fail To Impose Emissions Cap On Bay Area Oil RefineriesOil companies didn't want any cap while environmentalist said the caps, which were rolled back in recent weeks out of fear of lawsuits, were a huge step back.
Diageo To Purchase George Clooney's Casamigos Tequila For $1 BillionMultinational alcoholic beverage company Diageo announced a $1 Billion deal to purchase Clooney and Rande Gerber's Casamigos brand of tequila...
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick ResignsUber founder Travis Kalanick announced he's resigning as CEO, after five major investors demanded that he go.
Google Tech Campus Gets Green Light From San Jose City CouncilSan Jose City Council agrees to enter into exclusive negotiations with Google for the sale of city property in the heart of the city.
Enterprising Gun Makers Create Workarounds To California's New Assault Weapon BanEnterprising gun makers have already come out with workarounds to avoid a new ban on assault weapons in California.
2,200 PG&E Customers Without Power In ConcordPower outages that at one point Tuesday left over 10,000 PG&E customers without electrical service in the East Bay have been reduced to about 2,200.

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