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GoPro launches extreme sports channel for Xbox

GoPro launches extreme sports channel for Xbox

Xbox users will soon be able to watch videos taken by athletes and adventurers around the globe, as GoPro announced Friday that it is partnering with Xbox to offer channel apps for its content. The GoPro Channel apps [Read entire story]

Westcore Properties locks in four industrial leases in the East Bay

Westcore Properties inked four deals totaling more than 100,000 square feet of industrial leasing in the East Bay. The San Diego-based investor owns 2.5 million square feet of commercial space in the Bay Area including [Read entire story]

Westcore Properties locks in four industrial leases in the East Bay

Westcore Properties locks in four industrial leases in the East Bay

Westcore Properties inked four deals totaling more than 100,000 square feet of industrial leasing in the East Bay. The San Diego-based investor owns 2.5 million square feet of commercial space in the Bay Area including [Read entire story]

Wrinkle remover Revance aims at $92 million IPO next week

As Ultragenyx Pharmaceutical Inc. capped a successful IPO Friday, skin wrinkles remover Revance Therapeutics Inc. was gearing up for its potential $92 million offering. Revance is one of nine life sciences initial [Read entire story]

Wrinkle remover Revance aims at $92 million IPO next week

Wrinkle remover Revance aims at $92 million IPO next week

As Ultragenyx Pharmaceutical Inc. capped a successful IPO Friday, skin wrinkles remover Revance Therapeutics Inc. was gearing up for its potential $92 million offering. Revance is one of nine life sciences initial [Read entire story]

Doctors Medical Center seeks new parcel tax to avoid closure

Doctors Medical Center, the beleaguered safety net hospital in San Pablo that has been losing lots of money for years, is seeking an additional parcel tax to stave off closure as soon as this spring. Earlier tax [Read entire story]

Doctors Medical Center seeks new parcel tax to avoid closure

Doctors Medical Center seeks new parcel tax to avoid closure

Doctors Medical Center, the beleaguered safety net hospital in San Pablo that has been losing lots of money for years, is seeking an additional parcel tax to stave off closure as soon as this spring. Earlier tax [Read entire story]

Beef up Your Password Security

Yahoo's announcement that usernames and passwords of some of its email customers have been stolen has left Yahoo's 273 million mail users wondering how safe their passwords are. The company did not disclose how many [Read entire story]

Equity Residential loves Emeryville and Berkeley "cool factor"

Equity Residential loves Emeryville and Berkeley "cool factor"

Construction crews are busy hammering away on the Parkside, a 176-unit apartment building at the corner of Hollis and Powell streets in Emeryville. Developer Equity Residential expects to start leasing units this summer [Read entire story]

Developments reshape Emeryville with 1,200 units

Developments reshape Emeryville with 1,200 units

Emeryville has transformed itself from industrial wasteland into a hub of retail, life science companies and corporate headquarters. As we explored today in an article on Emeryville development, several new projects [Read entire story]

Yahoo email passwords stolen

Yahoo email passwords stolen

Yahoo Inc. said Thursday the user names and passwords of some of its customers were stolen and used to gather personal information. The passwords apparently were taken from a third-party database and not from Yahoo [Read entire story]

Bay Area luxury home sales set records

Bay Area luxury home sales set records

Luxury home sales in the Bay Area reached new heights in 2013, with bidding wars pushing prices higher, according to new numbers from research firm DataQuick. The sales were fueled by the tech boom and the new [Read entire story]

Pittsburg mulls community facilities district to help fund eBART station

The city of Pittsburg is considering the formation of a community facilities district to help fund an eBART station in the city. The Contra Costa Times reports owners of commercial property near the station's proposed [Read entire story]

PG&E — fewer blackouts in ’13 than ever before

Blackouts used to be a particular problem for Pacific Gas and Electric Co. They strike all utility companies, of course. But for years, PG&E had a worse record on power outages than California’s other utilities, [Read entire story]

US State Dept. Uses Google Hangout to Discuss Sochi Olympics Security

NBC Bay Area's Business and Tech Reporter Scott Budman shows how the United States Department took a page from Silicon Valley technology to try and put visitors at ease when it comes to security at the 2014 Olympics in [Read entire story]

Vendors Settle With Fry’s in Suit

Vendors Settle With Fry's in Suit

After five years of litigation stemming from the high-profile money laundering arrest of a past Vice president at Fry's Electronics who had a gambling problem, the last of the seven vendors has settled with with the San [Read entire story]

Microsoft close to naming Satya Nadella as CEO

EXECUTIVESMicrosoft close to naming CEOMicrosoft Corp.'s board is preparing to make Satya Nadella, the company's enterprise and cloud chief, chief executive officer. Gates may still play an active role at the company [Read entire story]

Microsoft close to naming Satya Nadella as CEO

EXECUTIVESMicrosoft close to naming CEOMicrosoft Corp.'s board is preparing to make Satya Nadella, the company's enterprise and cloud chief, chief executive officer. Gates may still play an active role at the company [Read entire story]

Microsoft close to naming Satya Nadella as CEO

EXECUTIVESMicrosoft close to naming CEOMicrosoft Corp.'s board is preparing to make Satya Nadella, the company's enterprise and cloud chief, chief executive officer. Gates may still play an active role at the company [Read entire story]

Symantec profit up, outlook down

EARNINGSSymantec falls on forecastSymantec Corp.'s shares slid the most since October after the company forecast revenue that fell short of some analysts' estimates, as declines in the personal computer market and the [Read entire story]