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Construction Workers In San Jose Urge Developers To Hire LocallyConstruction workers in the South Bay hit the streets to urge developers to "do the right thing" and hire locally.
Yahoo, AT&T Users Report Trouble Changing Password After Security BreachAfter Yahoo announced it had suffered a massive security breach, some Yahoo customers say they're having trouble changing their passwords.
Mountain View Pizzeria Using Robots, High-Tech Truck To Cook Pies On The RoadA Mountain View pizzeria is putting a high-tech spin on slinging pies.
SF Renewable Fuel Company To Pay $27 Million For Fed Export ViolationsThe Justice Department and EPA said S.F.-based Chemoil exported 48 million gallons of bio-diesel from 2011 to 2013, but failed to follow EPA rules.
Pelosi Says America's Trains Should Have Advanced Safety Technology, But Don'tCongresswoman Nancy Pelosi said America's trains - including commuter trains like the one that crashed Thursday morning in Hoboken, New Jersey - should be equipped with the latest safety technology, or not run.
1 Million Americans Already Done With Their Holiday ShoppingIt’s not even October, but 1 million Americans have already finished their Holiday Shopping.
Lawmakers Question Wells CEO On Sale Of Bank StockAngry lawmakers heaped another round of blistering criticism on Wells Fargo's CEO John Stumpf Thursday.
Attorney General: Yahoo Breach May Impact 6 Million CaliforniansAttorney General Kamala Harris urged Yahoo users to change their passwords, saying at least six million Californians may have had their personal information exposed in a massive hack.
Early Tests Encouraging For Bay Area Crab LoversBay Area crab lovers may soon be celebrating with their favorite crustaceans once again.
Uber Takes Aim At Trucking IndustryFirst it was the taxi business, and now it appears that Uber is setting its sights on the trucking industry.
California To Require Background Checks For Uber, Lyft DriversCalifornia will require Uber and Lyft to conduct background checks on all drivers and lay off certain criminals beginning in 2017.
Clinton Vows To Retaliate Against Foreign HackersHillary Clinton is vowing anew to respond to foreign hacking the same as any other attack against the United States.

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