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Uber Drivers Should Get Paid Vacation, British Tribunal SaysUber drivers in Britain should get paid vacation days and guaranteed minimum wage, a tribunal said Friday in a ruling that the company will appeal.
Modesto Woman Awarded $70 Million In Baby Powder LawsuitA St. Louis jury on Thursday awarded a California woman more than $70 million in her lawsuit alleging that years of using Johnson & Johnson's baby powder caused her cancer.
California Pot Farmers Divided On Legalizing Recreational MarijuanaCalifornia voters will decide Nov. 8 whether to legalize marijuana for recreational use — an issue that has sown deep division among longtime growers.
YouTube Shines Bright As Star Of Alphabet's Google GalaxyAs more advertising dollars flow to YouTube, it's making the already hugely profitable Google even more prosperous.
Twitter To Discontinue Vine Video AppTwitter announced that it will discontinue Vine, the mobile app where users can make short-form looping video clips.
Apple Adds Keyboard Touch Functions To MacBook Pro LaptopsApple unveiled long-awaited updates to its Mac computers Thursday, aiming to spark consumer interest in a product line often overshadowed by newer gadgets like the iPad and iPhone.
Las Vegas Mogul Displeased With Raiders, May Walk From Stadium DealBillionaire casino mogul Sheldon Adelson reportedly said he could walk away from a deal with the Oakland Raiders to build a new stadium in Las Vegas.
Twitter Slashes 9% Of Staff With Revenue Under PressureTwitter, seemingly unable to find a buyer and losing money, is cutting about 9 percent of its employees worldwide.
Apple Not Ready To Start Selling Wireless 'AirPods' HeadphonesApple says it needs “a little more time” before it starts selling the new wireless ear buds that are designed to work with its newest iPhones - the ones that don’t come with a dedicated headphone jack.
Program To Bring Fresh Produce To 'Food Deserts' In San Francisco Appears To Be WorkingAnother San Francisco corner store has renovated with an emphasis on fresh produce with help from a pilot program that aims to transform so-called ‘food deserts.’
Tesla Surprises With 3Q ProfitElectric car maker Tesla Motors has posted its first quarterly profit in three years.
Google Fiber Halts Expansion Plans In San Jose, Other CitiesGoogle's parent company is halting operations and laying off staff in a number of cities where it once hoped to bring high-speed internet access.

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