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BART Struggles To Fill Engineering JobsBART doesn't have enough engineers to handle its growing workload and is having a problem filling dozens of openings for engineers.
Nintendo Stock Plummets As Investors Learn It Didn't Create Pokémon GoTwo weeks after posting its highest one-day surge in three decades, Nintendo stocks plummeted 18 percent Monday.
Yahoo's Mayer A Trailblazer, But No Game-Changer For WomenMarissa Mayer was a rarity: A major tech-company CEO who served while pregnant and, later, as a mother of young children. But her trailblazing has done little to meaningfully improve the second-class status of women in tech.
Water Tunnel Discovered Under Mayan Temple Refutes Ancient Astronaut TheoryArcheologists discovered an underground water tunnel built under the Temple of Inscriptions, which houses the tomb of an ancient ruler named Pakal.
Pokémon Go Player Robbed Of Phone In San Francisco’s ChinatownA woman was robbed of her phone Friday evening in San Francisco’s Chinatown neighborhood as she was playing the popular Pokemon Go video game on it, according to police.
'Turtle Rangers' Planting Decoy Eggs To Track, Catch Latin American PoachersTurtle Rangers are planting high-tech decoy eggs to catch poachers trading in endangered sea turtle eggs.
Pokemon Go To Be Updated With Trading CapabilityThe head of the company behind "Pokemon Go" says more capabilities for the wildly popular smartphone game are coming, including the ability to trade Pokemon.
Bay Area Home To Most Educated People In AmericaThey've been called elitist snobs, nerds and brainiacs -- but the fact is, folks in the Bay Area are among the brightest, most well-educated people in the country.
Verizon Officially Buying Yahoo For $4.83 BillionVerizon is buying Yahoo for $4.83 billion, marking the end of an era for a company that once defined the internet.
Verizon Said To Have Bought Yahoo For Nearly $5 BillionThe deal is expected to be announced formally on Monday before markets open, according to multiple media reports.
In Depth: Airbnb Sues City Of San Francisco Over Rental RegulationAirbnb is suing its hometown, arguing that it's not responsible for making sure hosts follow city rules.
Flyers In San Francisco's Chinatown Go After Airbnb RentersThe fight over affordable housing in the Bay Area is now taking aim at people renting homes through Airbnb.

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