McKesson To Pay $150M For Failure To Report Suspicious Orders of OpioidsMcKesson Corp. has agreed to pay $150 million to settle allegations that the drug wholesaler failed to detect and report pharmacies' suspicious orders of prescription pain pills.
Warriors Break Ground On New San Francisco ArenaThe Golden State Warriors broke ground Tuesday on their $1 billion, privately funded San Francisco arena.
Battle Over Lefty O'Doul's Name, Memorabilia Heats Up As Iconic Restaurant Prepares To CloseA battle is heating up over Lefty O'Doul's, a well-known San Francisco restaurant in Union Square set to close next month. At issue: who owns what.
Facebook.de Launches 'Fake News' Filter Ahead Of German ElectionsGermany is not taking any chances their elections will be altered by so-called "fake news" on Facebook.
KCBS Small Business Grant ChallengeTell us why your Small Business should win the Grand Prize grant of $10,000… and you could win!
SpaceX Launches 10 Satellites From Falcon 9 Rocket, Sticks Booster Landing At SeaSpaceX has launched a Falcon 9 rocket for the first time since a fireball engulfed a similar rocket on a Florida launch pad in September.
Takata Pleads Guilty To Hiding Air Bag Defect; Will Pay $1 BillionTakata Corp. has agreed to plead guilty to a single criminal charge and will pay $1 billion in fines and restitution for concealing a deadly defect in its air bag inflators.
UC Berkeley Cryptographer Questions Security Of WhatsApp MessagesA cryptographer at the University of California at Berkeley says he believes he found a security vulnerability with the WhatsApp messenger.
UC Analysis Finds California's $15 Minimum Wage May Help The Poorest CountiesCalifornia's minimum wage is set to reach $15 by 2023 and a new analysis suggests it could help millions of people, including in one of the state's poorest counties.
Lawsuit Accusing Apple Of iPhone App Monopoly RevivedA federal appeals court has revived a lawsuit accusing Apple of having an illegal monopoly on the sale of iPhone apps.
Pandora To Cut 7 Percent Of WorkforcePandora said late Thursday that the job cuts, which would exclude Ticketfly, are being done to help trim overall operating costs.
Court Revives Suit Alleging Apple Monopoly On iPhone AppsA federal appeals court in San Francisco Thursday gave a green light to further proceedings in an antitrust lawsuit filed against Apple Inc. by consumers who claim the company maintains a monopoly on the sale of iPhone apps.

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