Company Formerly Known As Yahoo Pays $35M Fine Over 2014 HackThe company formerly known as Yahoo is paying a $35 million fine to resolve federal regulators' charges that the online pioneer deceived investors by failing to disclose one of the biggest data breaches in internet history.
Google's Spending Spree Rattles Wall StreetAlphabet, the parent company of Google, racked up $7.7 billion in capital expenditures for the first three months of 2018 on everything from real estate to undersea cables.
Facebook Reveals Internal Rules For Removing Controversial PostsFacebook is trying to be more transparent about how it decides what content to take down or leave up.
Uber CEO On Diversity Report: Need To Improve 'Across The Board'CEO Dara Khosrowshahi says Uber is "just getting started" when it comes to improving diversity and inclusion.
San Francisco Seizes Hundreds Of Electric Scooters While Finalizing RegulationsSan Francisco is cracking down on electric scooters while also trying to set some ground rules.
Hundreds Of Surveillance Cameras Watch San Francisco's Union SquareThere are more than 350 surveillance cameras in San Francisco's Union Square.
It May Get Noisy For Neighbors As BART Tests New Tracks In BerryessaThe quiet neighborhoods that border the BART tracks in Berryessa are about to get a lot more noisy at almost all hours of the day and night.
Amazon Reportedly Working To Develop Household Robots In SunnyvaleAnother futuristic Silicon Valley innovation may be taking shape at an Amazon research facility in Sunnyvale were the company reportedly has a secret mission involving the development of household robots.
Cambridge Researcher At Center Of Facebook Data Scandal ApologiesThe academic who created Cambridge Analytica's online quiz at the center of the Facebook data-misuse scandal is apologizing for his actions.

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