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San Francisco Sues Academy Of Art University Over Non-Permitted PropertiesAfter a KPIX 5 investigation into the Academy of Art University, San Francisco is filing a lawsuit alleging unfair business practices.
Gwyneth Paltrow Promotes Goop Pop-Up Shop Grand Opening In San FranciscoA Goop pop-up shop in San Francisco was mobbed with fans eager to meet actress Gwyneth Paltrow and buy the products she says she uses.
Burlingame Company Promotes Disconnecting In 'Phone Free' ZonesIn their attachment to their smartphones, the students at Mercy High in Burlingame, California are typical teenagers. But when they enter Mr. Offield's English class, the phones get locked into little bags, which can't be opened until class is over.
Tesla’s Plan To Make 500,000 Cars By 2018 Brings Out Skeptics; Shares FallTesla Motors' plan to make 500,000 cars per year by 2018 -- two years ahead of schedule -- was too bold for some on Wall Street.
Jamba Juice Moving Headquarters From Emeryville To TexasKnown for their fruit smoothies, Jamba Juice announced Thursday that it plans to move the company’s headquarters from the Bay Area to a suburb of Dallas, Texas.
Ford To Invest $182M In San Francisco Software CompanyFord says it is investing $182 million in a San Francisco software development company called Pivotal.
Cupertino Mayor Accuses Apple Of ‘Abuse’ For Paying Low Taxes To CityThe Mayor of Cupertino is criticizing Apple, saying one of the world’s most valuable companies pays too little in taxes as the infrastructure in its hometown crumbles.
Marijuana Legalization Gets Early Support Among Bay Area VotersA majority of Bay Area residents polled support Lt. Governor Newsom's state initiative to legalize the recreational use of marijuana.
Uber's High-Powered Global Policy Board Born Amid Legal Battles, Regulation StrugglesAn eight-person global policy board has been assembled by Uber to increase their chances of winning over governments around the world.
First Nonstop Flight From Silicon Valley To London Set For Take OffThe first nonstop flight from Silicon Valley to London, a long-sought destination for many workers in the tech industry, is set to take off Wednesday night, airport officials said.
Tesla 1st Quarter Net Loss Widens Over Model X WoesElectric car maker Tesla Motors Inc. racked up a big loss in the first quarter because of production problems with its new SUV, but investors cheered the news that it's on target to meet its delivery goals this year and bring its new, low-cost car to market by 2017.
Feds: North Carolina LGBT Law Violates Civil RightsA North Carolina law limiting protections to LGBT people violates federal civil rights protections and can't be enforced, The U.S. Justice Department said Wednesday.

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