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  • Microsoft's new Mountain View campus plans

    Microsoft plans to revamp Silicon Valley campus

    As the media salivated Friday over Google’s unveiling of space-age campus expansion plans, Microsoft had already quietly submitted its own big office development project to Mountain View City Hall. Renderings […]

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  • LinkedIn to unveil new development project in Mountain View

    LinkedIn to unveil new development project in Mountain View

    LinkedIn already has its corporate headquarters in Mountain View, but the social network also has another development project in the works. The company confirmed Thursday it plans to propose a […]

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  • YouTube reportedly not profitable

    YouTube reportedly not profitable

    YouTube is a big revenue generator, but isn’t pulling in much, if any, profit, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. The online video firm, owned by Mountain […]

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  • Introducing Amazon’s new face: Jay Carney

    Introducing Amazon’s new face: Jay Carney

    His name has been floated for the top communications jobs at Apple and Uber. But now Jay Carney is heading to Amazon to be its new senior vice president of […]

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  • Vivek Wadhwa speaks at the Ideas for a Better Internet Summit in the Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center at Stanford University in Stanford, Calif. on Tuesday, January 17, 2012 (Nhat Meyer/Mercury News)

    Quoted: Vivek Wadhwa on (not) talking about gender

    “I’ve done what I needed to do. I’m not needed anymore, and I know it.” — Vivek Wadhwa, academic, entrepreneur and co-author of “Innovating Women,” on speaking out about gender […]

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  • FCC to vote on net neutrality

    FCC to vote on net neutrality

    The Federal Communications Commission is slated Thursday to approve strong new rules to guarantee net neutrality.

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  • The Twitter icon on an iPhone in October 2013. (Laura A. Oda/Bay Area News Group)

    Twitter CEO on keeping Twitter civil

    In an interview with the New York Times’ Farhad Manjoo, Dick Costolo, Twitter’s CEO, described the fine line the company has to walk when it comes to dealing with online abuse. […]

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  • FCC net neutrality vote: Victory dance could be brief

    FCC net neutrality vote: Victory dance could be brief

    The FCC’s net neutrality vote is coming up Thursday — have the Republicans really “conceded” to President Obama’s backing of the agency’s proposal, as the New York Times wrote? That would […]

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  • Facebook tops survey of best companies for interns

    Facebook tops survey of best companies for interns

    Facebook gets bragging rights as the best company for interns for the second year in a row, according to a Glassdoor survey of the top 25 companies for interns. The social […]

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  • LinkedIn settles lawsuit in 2012 data breach case

    LinkedIn settles lawsuit in 2012 data breach case

    LinkedIn has settled for $1.25 million a lawsuit that alleges the social network didn’t do enough to protect the passwords and personal information of its paying users. In 2012, hackers […]

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