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Oakland mayor candidate Bryan Parker sees bitcoin paying off

Apr 23, 2014
Oakland mayor candidate Bryan Parker sees bitcoin paying off

Kristen V. Brown, McClatchy News Service For Oakland mayoral candidate Bryan Parker, technology is a solution to many of the East Bay city’s woes. Parker, who entered the tech industry... Read more »

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Santa Cruz County power faces hurdle

Apr 23, 2014
Santa Cruz County power faces hurdle

Jason Hoppin, McClatchy News Service Every Central Coast government has signed up to take a ride. If it arrives at its destination, the ride could result in a Monterey Bay... Read more »

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Oil and gas industry generates thousands of jobs in California, report finds

Apr 23, 2014
Oil and gas industry generates thousands of jobs in California, report finds

Shan Li, McClatchy News Service The oil and gas industry creates about 49,000 jobs in Los Angeles County and billions of tax revenue in California. That’s according to a new... Read more »

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Comcast pushes back on Netflix; touts benefits of TW Cable deal

Apr 23, 2014
Comcast pushes back on Netflix; touts benefits of TW Cable deal

Meg James and Joe Flint, McClatchy News Service Netflix has emerged as one of the biggest foes of Comcast‘s proposed merger with Time Warner Cable. Despite a recent agreement in... Read more »

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Alameda County sponsors hackathon to develop web and mobile apps

Apr 23, 2014
Alameda County sponsors hackathon to develop web and mobile apps

Cecily Burt, McClatchy News Service Have an idea to make Alameda County information more accessible to the public? Then come to Alameda County’s third web and mobile apps challenge on... Read more »

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Construction begins on San Joaquin Valley Regional Transportation Center

Apr 23, 2014
Construction begins on San Joaquin Valley Regional Transportation Center

Zachary K. Johnson, McClatchy News Service Dirt is moving at the construction site for a new behind-the-scenes hub for the future of bus routes connecting Stockton and linking the city... Read more »

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D.A. says no charges warranted over L.A. schools’ iPad contract

Apr 22, 2014
D.A. says no charges warranted over L.A. schools’ iPad contract

Howard Blume, McClatchy News Service The Los Angeles County district attorney’s office has reviewed an internal L.A. school district report on its iPad contract and concluded that criminal charges are... Read more »

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Neel Kashkari proposes major education overhaul

Apr 22, 2014
Neel Kashkari proposes major education overhaul

Seema Mehta, McClatchy News Service Saying that better schools are critical for California’s prosperity, GOP gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari proposes changing the way education is funded, making traditional schools more... Read more »

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AT&T announces 21 potential markets for ultra-fast Internet service

Apr 22, 2014
AT&T announces 21 potential markets for ultra-fast Internet service

Salvador Rodriguez, McClatchy News Service Move over, Google Fiber: AT&T has begun discussions to bring its ultra-fast U-Verse GigaPower Internet service to 21 cities across the U.S., the company said... Read more »

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Appeals court denies petition, clears way for high-speed rail trial

Apr 21, 2014
Appeals court denies petition, clears way for high-speed rail trial

Tim Sheehan, McClatchy News Service A state appeals court rejected a petition by the California High-Speed Rail Authority, potentially clearing the tracks for a trial over whether the agency’s controversial... Read more »

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