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Steph Curry slashes price on East Bay home

NBA star Steph Curry and his wife Ayesha have lowered the price on their Walnut Creek mansion. You can see a slideshow of the property and its perks below. >>> The Golden State Warriors star and his wife bought the [Read entire story]

Antivirus Tool Removes Windows Files, Shuts Down Computers

Popular antivirus service Webroot mistakenly labeled key Microsoft Windows system files as threats Monday, causing the misidentified files to be removed and an untold number of PC computers to be shut down, NBC News [Read entire story]

Bay Area Reaches Peak Employment, Yet Some Remain Unemployed

SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) — A new state report declares the Bay Area is “at full employment,” but some people are still unemployed. The unemployment rate is 2.9 percent in San Mateo County and San Francisco [Read entire story]

Business News Roundup, April 25

Tesla will nearly double its Supercharger electric car charging network this year to 10,000 public charging units globally, up from 5,400, the company said Monday. The Palo Alto company plans to begin producing the [Read entire story]

Republicans want to muzzle database of consumer complaints

WASHINGTON — Consumers filed nearly 300,000 complaints last year about their dealings with banks, credit card issuers and other financial services companies. [...] Republicans working to overhaul the financial [Read entire story]

Samsung cracks, Hasbro flushes, Fitbit burns, allegedly

The nearly all-glass design of Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus makes them beautiful, SquareTrade said, but also “extremely susceptible to cracking when dropped from any angle.” Hasbro’s revenue surpassed [Read entire story]

Silicon Valley takes on the flying car

More than a dozen startups backed by deep-pocketed industry figures like Larry Page, a Google founder — along with big aerospace firms like Airbus, Uber and even the government of Dubai — are taking on the dream of [Read entire story]

AT&T plays underdog, and bully, in cable war

In Nashville and Louisville, Ky., AT&T has sued to make it harder for rival broadband providers to use utility poles. In San Francisco, AT&T has fought efforts to open up apartment buildings to more Internet service [Read entire story]

A Google gold mine below the search bar

Before Sergey Brin and Larry Page founded Google, they wrote a research paper as doctoral students at Stanford University in which they questioned the appropriateness of ads on search engines. When Google’s parent [Read entire story]

Bay Area biotech slashes half of staff after drug partnerships falter

Bay Area biotech OncoMed Pharmaceuticals will cut about half its staff in a bid to reduce costs, the company said Monday, after a series of stumbles in clinical trials left the firm struggling. Redwood City-based [Read entire story]

Oracle expands in Oakland with new office lease

Software maker Oracle is the latest Bay Area heavy-weight to expand into downtown Oakland's hot office market. The company signed a 16,000-square-foot lease to take the 17th floor of 1330 Broadway, a building TMG [Read entire story]

These are S.F.’s top 25 largest tech employers

San Francisco continues to be one of the nation's hot spots for tech companies, with new and old companies competing for talent. To find out which companies are the largest in the tech sector in San Francisco, we've [Read entire story]

Ship traffic, April 25

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Inside the Place Where Uber Tries to Make Nice With Its Drivers

As Uber's problems pile up — [Read entire story]

Campaign Urging Elon Musk To Cut Trump Ties Ramps Up

SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) – A Bay Area venture capitalist is now spending millions of dollars on advertising calling out Tesla founder Elon Musk for his ties to the Trump administration. “Everyone knows Elon Musk. [Read entire story]

Nintendo Classic Available at Best Buy

For those that didn’t get their hands on Nintendo's NES Classic mini game console for Christmas, Monday is the final day to purchase the product. Nintendo has stopped making the device, but Best Buy said the [Read entire story]

DMV reveals new details about Apple’s self-driving car plans

Apple will start live tests of its self-driving car system in California with six human drivers and three cars, the company said in training documents submitted to the Department of Motor Vehicles earlier this [Read entire story]

Waymo wants judge to boot engineer from self-driving car project

Self-driving car company Waymo is asking a federal judge to ban one of its former engineers from working on an Uber-backed autonomous car program, the latest twist in the companies' tussle over the alleged theft of trade [Read entire story]

Uber says if you #DeleteUber app on iPhone, it won’t continue to track you

Uber is pushing back against a report in the New York Times this weekend that it continued to track riders even after they'd wiped all personal data from iPhones, a practice which reportedly earned Travis Kalanick a [Read entire story]

Bay Area Refinery To Pay $340,000 To Settle Air Quality Lawsuit

BENICIA (CBS SF) — A refinery in Benicia has agreed to pay $340,000 to settle a case alleging it violated air quality rules, officials with the Bay Area Air Quality Management District announced Friday. Valero [Read entire story]