San Francisco Sues California Over Ride-Hailing Licenses
San Francisco is suing California over a state law that allows Uber and Lyft drivers to have a single business license to drive anywhere in the state. Wilson Walker reports (2-8-18)

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China-Focused Google Project Receives Employee BacklashGoogle has reportedly been working on a secret project codenamed Dragonfly, which is a censored version of its own search engine to be used in mainland China. On Thursday, news broke about a protest letter signed by 1,400 employees saying they wanted to “raise urgent moral and ethical issues” about Dragonfly. Kiet Do reports. (8-16-18)
In-N-Out Sends Bayview Brewery A Beer-Laden Cease And Desist LetterIn-N-Out sent Seven Stills Brewing and Distillery an order to cease and desist over the name, In-N-Stout. Andria Borba shows us what prose the burger chain chose.
Battle Brews Between Cities, State Over Marijuana DeliveriesWith legalization in California well underway, the question of cities having the authority to ban marijuana deliveries is now sparking debate. Anne Makovec reports. (8/14/18)
San Francisco Jury Orders Monsanto to Pay $289 Million to School GroundskeeperA San Francisco jury on Friday ordered agribusiness giant Monsanto to pay $289 million to a former school groundskeeper dying of cancer, saying the company's popular Roundup weed killer contributed to his disease. Team coverage from Julie Watts, Andria Borba and Melissa Caen. (8-10-18)
Tesla CEO Elon Musk's Buyout Bid Raises Legal ConcernsThe SEC has opened an inquiry into the wording and method of Musk's disclosure via Twitter about a proposed $72 billion deal to take Tesla private. Betty Yu reports. (8-8-18)
Santana West Campus to Preserve Shuttered Movie Theater DomeTech has transformed a lot of the Santa Clara Valley but the proposed development to build a new tech campus near Santana Row keeps a symbol of old San Jose: one of the domes from the Century 21 movie theaters. Kiet Do reports. (8-8-18)

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