Facebook Reportedly Offers Media Outlets Millions To License ContentFacebook has reportedly offered several news outlets millions of dollars in exchange for the rights to display their content in a news section it plans on adding.
PG&E Disputes Report Linking Delayed Repairs To Camp FirePG&E Co. told a federal judge in San Francisco on Wednesday that it denies a Wall Street Journal article's implication that it knowingly delayed repairing the transmission line maintenance problem that caused last year's deadly Camp Fire.
Report: FTC Approves $5 Billion Fine for FacebookMultiple news reports on Friday said the FTC has voted to fine Facebook almost $5 billion for privacy violations and mishandling user data. This would be the largest the FTC has handed down to a tech company.
PG&E Ordered To Respond To Damning Report Alleging Willful Failure To Fix Transmission LinesA federal judge in San Francisco on Wednesday ordered PG&E Co. to respond “paragraph by paragraph” to a Wall Street Journal article that alleges the utility knew for years that parts of its aging transmission lines could fail and spark fires, but failed to fix them.
Report: DoJ Preparing Antitrust Investigation of GoogleSilicon Valley tech giant Google may be at the center of an anti-trust investigation by the Department of Justice, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Report: Facebook Looks to Launch Its Own CryptocurrencyThe Wall Street Journal reports that Facebook plans a cryptocurrency-based payment system that it could launch for billions of users worldwide.
FBI Reportedly Conducting Criminal Investigation Into TeslaA published report says the FBI is conducting a criminal investigation into whether electric-car maker Tesla has misstated production figures about its Model 3 sedan and misled investors about its business.
In Op-Ed, Kavanaugh Says He 'Might Have Been Too Emotional' at HearingIn an op-ed Thursday in The Wall Street Journal, Judge Brett Kavanaugh said there were "a few things I should not have said" during last week's Senate hearing.
WSJ: Feds Investigating Wells Fargo's Wholesale Banking UnitThe Wall Street Journal is reporting that the Justice Department is investigating potential employee fraud at Wells Fargo's wholesale banking unit.
WSJ: GOP Operative Sought Clinton E-mails from Hacker, Said He Worked with FlynnA Republican opposition researcher, who implied he worked with Michael Flynn, tried to obtain Hillary Clinton's e-mails which he believed were hacked by Russia, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
'Baywatch' Actress Pamela Anderson Says "Porn Is For Losers"Anderson has teamed with a rabbi to speak out against pornography...
If You've Been Stealing This Berkeley Man's Wall Street Journal, He Has A Message For YouBerkeley residents have a reputation for being politically active and getting things done in their community -- typically with an extra flair.
Google Barge 'Showrooms' Sink In Coast Guard’s Safety ConcernsThe Google barge projects that received so much media attention last year in San Francisco and Portland, Me. where they mysteriously appeared then suddenly left ended due to safety issues, according to a newspaper report.
Yahoo Reportedly Plans To Produce 4 Original TV SeriesYahoo is planning to roll out its own original, cable TV-style programming, according to a published report.
Phil Matier: Tom Perkins’ Apology And The Perception Of Class WarfareSilicon Valley venture capitalist Tom Perkins has responded to the criticism directed at him in the wake of controversial remarks he recently penned for a Wall Street Journal editorial comparing today's treatment of wealthy Americans to the persecutions of Jews in Nazi Germany.