Former Software Engineer Sues Google For Sexual HarrassmentA former software engineer filed a lawsuit saying Google's so-called "bro culture" failed to protect her from "severe and pervasive abuse."
Watermark Conference For Women In San Jose Comes At 'Critical Time In Our Nation'More than 6,500 women came together at the San Jose Convention Center Friday for a day of "leadership, networking, inspiration, professional development and personal growth," according to organizers for the annual Watermark Conference for Women Silicon Valley.
Silicon Valley Billionaire Takes Beach Public Access Fight To Supreme CourtA billionaire investor has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review a California's appeals court that ordered him to open an access road to a beloved beach.
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Employee Who Complained Of Bullying Sues Google After Getting FiredAnother former Google employee is suing the tech company over issues of diversity.
White Nationalist Is Latest To Sue Twitter Over BanA prominent white nationalist is suing Twitter for banning his accounts at a time when social networks are trying to crack down on hateful and abusive content without appearing to censor unpopular opinions.
Trump Proposes Cutting Millions From Earthquake Early Warning System DevelopmentScientists are getting close to providing us with an earthquake warning system, but they aren't getting any help from the White House.
Insiders: Russia Internet Troll Farm Planned Fake Obama-Clinton Sex TapeThe U.S. indictment centered on a Russian troll farm only scratches the surface of the agency that allegedly produced content to sway the presidential election.
Facebook To Verify Ads With Postcards After Russian MeddlingFacebook will soon rely on centuries-old technology to try to prevent foreign meddling in U.S. elections: the post office.

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New Samsung Phone: Nicer Camera, Static Design, Higher PriceSamsung unveiled new smartphones with largely unchanged designs and incremental improvements such as a better camera -- accompanied by a second annual price increase for many customers.
Former Software Engineer Sues Google For Sexual HarrassmentA former software engineer filed a lawsuit saying Google's so-called "bro culture" failed to protect her from "severe and pervasive abuse."
Warriors Move To The City Will Be On Ballot Before SF VotersA group is building a case to try and stop San Francisco from getting Oakland's Warriors.
NRA Backlash: Big Brands Sever Ties to Gun LobbyThe National Rifle Association is facing a corporate backlash as companies take a closer look at their investments, co-branding deals and other ties to the gun industry following the latest school massacre.
Judge Tosses Lawsuit Brought by Coal Magnate Against HBO's John OliverA West Virginia judge has dismissed a lawsuit brought by coal company Murray Energy against HBO host John Oliver.
Watermark Conference For Women In San Jose Comes At 'Critical Time In Our Nation'More than 6,500 women came together at the San Jose Convention Center Friday for a day of "leadership, networking, inspiration, professional development and personal growth," according to organizers for the annual Watermark Conference for Women Silicon Valley.
Bay Area Man's Opportunity Fund Giving Small Businesses A Leg Up A Bay Area man has seen firsthand in his own family the need small business owners could have for micro-loans.
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