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Wells Fargo CEO Forfeits $41 Million In Stock AwardsWells Fargo says CEO John Stumpf and the executive who ran the bank's retail banking division will forfeit tens of millions of dollars in pay as the bank tries to stem a scandal over its sales practices.
Speculation Grows Over Possible Disney Bid For TwitterAfter months of speculation that Twitter would be sold, financial insiders say Disney is seriously evaluating a possible bid.
Sales Of Trump Piñatas, Toilet Paper Soaring At San Francisco StoreWith the presidential election heating up, sales of Donald Trump piñatas and other memorabilia poking fun at the Republican nominee are too.
Target Pharmacy Customers Mourn Discontinued Red Prescription BottlesLongtime customers of Target's pharmacies are finding a change in pill bottle design hard to swallow.
German Authorities Order Facebook To Delete WhatsApp DataGerman data protection authorities have ordered Facebook to delete data, such as phone numbers, it has received from its subsidiary WhatsApp.
Cybersecurity Experts: Yahoo Password Breach May Have Far-Reaching ConsequencesCybersecurity experts worry that the record-breaking haul of password data from Yahoo could be used to open locks up and down the web.
California Expands Hands-Free Cellphone LawLooking to curb distracted driving in California, Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation that expands restrictions on cellphone use behind the wheel.
Palantir Accused Of Anti-Asian Hiring Bias In Federal LawsuitThe U.S. Department of Labor has filed a lawsuit accusing a fast-growing Silicon Valley software company of systematically discriminating against Asian job applicants.
Pet Waste Bag Program Aims To Convert SF Dog Poop Into CompostWaste bags that convert poop into compost are being made available to dog owners in San Francisco.
Lawmakers' Report Finds Crowded Airbnb Rentals In New YorkA report on New York City Airbnb rentals has found cases of air mattresses in kitchens, bunk beds in dining areas and listings for up to 32 people.
Palo Alto Looks To Fast Track $15 Minimum WageThe Palo Alto City Council will consider an ordinance Monday evening that would adjust its minimum wage ordinance to provide a $15 hourly rate by 2019.
New Home Sales Surge In Western States Despite Overall U.S. SlumpSales of new homes fell in all regions of the country except the West. The median price of a new home sold in August was $284,000.

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