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Andreessen: Does company HQ in CA violate fiduciary duty?
You might remember Marc Andreessen. He co-authored Mosaic, the first decent Web browser, which I remember using when I got on the Net back in 1994. It became Netscape, which became Firefox. He's still a big tech investor. He just tweeted: "Heard on the street: Hedge funds considering suing Calif...
Only Sen. Anderson demands Senate expel 3 disgraced members
A lone Republican lawmaker is calling on the California State Senate to expel three of its Democratic members that are facing criminal charges. State Sen. Joel Anderson, R-Alpine, the lone dissenter in Friday's vote to suspend with pay three members of the state Senate, said that his three col...
CA road rubble
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3 senators suspended — WITH pay
Sens. Leland Yee, Ronald S. Calderon and Roderick Wright have been suspended by the state Senate. So they can't keep voting on legislation, 99 percent of which is unneeded, expensive and wasteful. But they'll still get paid themselves, according to the L.A. Times: "The paid suspensions of Sens....
Gangsters in the Facebook Age
What would Don Corleone say? Organized crime on Facebook? According to the Chronicle: "Raymond 'Shrimp Boy' Chow made an appearance in federal court today and remains locked up after his arrest on charges including money laundering, but he also somehow made an appearance on his Facebook page....
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