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Republican hopefuls woo Californians

Republican hopefuls woo Californians
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GOP campaigns courting rare S.F. Republicans

GOP campaigns courting rare S.F. Republicans
chicagotribune.com — Alan Burradell walks his rat terrier, Django, around San Francisco in a red, white and blue Donald Trump dog sweater. Across town, Tom Canaday sports a Ted Cruz button as he calls neighbors from a rent-controlled apartment urging them to support the conservative Texas senator. Both men, outliers...

Rare San Francisco Republicans Become Objects of Primary Desire

Rare San Francisco Republicans Become Objects of Primary Desire
bloomberg.com — Alan Burradell walks his rat terrier, Django, around San Francisco in a red, white and blue Donald Trump dog sweater. Across town, Tom Canady sports a Ted Cruz button as he calls neighbors from a rent-controlled apartment urging them to support the conservative Texas senator. Both men, outliers in one of the most liberal U.S.

California delays decision on Uber, Lyft car rentals

California delays decision on Uber, Lyft car rentals
autonews.com — The first major product of General Motors Co.'s $500 million investment in Lyft Inc. was a short-term car-rental program. Last month, the companies began leasing Chevrolets in Chicago for up to eight weeks as part of the Express Drive program, allowing drivers who don't own cars to make some extra cash by picking up and dropping off passengers.

California delays decision on Uber, Lyft car rentals

autonews.com — The first major product of General Motors Co.'s $500 million investment in Lyft Inc. was a short-term car-rental program. Last month, the companies began leasing Chevrolets in Chicago for up to eight weeks as part of the Express Drive program, allowing drivers who don't own cars to make some extra cash by picking up and dropping off passengers.

California Vote Could Put an End to Lyft-GM Car Leasing Program Before It Starts

California Vote Could Put an End to Lyft-GM Car Leasing Program Before It Starts
bloomberg.com — The first major product of General Motors Co.'s $500 million investment in Lyft Inc. was a short-term car-rental program. Last month, the companies began leasing Chevrolets in Chicago for up to eight weeks as part of the Express Drive program, allowing drivers who don't own cars to make some extra cash by picking up and dropping off passengers.

Twitter Tax Break is Target in San Francisco Income War

bloomberg.com — On April 15, union workers will march to Twitter Inc.'s San Francisco headquarters to give the microblogging service a bill for the tax break it got three years ago to stay in the city. The tab, according to the union: $56 million.

Tech firms in pricey San Francisco see exodus to Seattle

Tech firms in pricey San Francisco see exodus to Seattle
seattletimes.com — Many companies are opening offices in Seattle and other cities as the technology-jobs boom that's made San Francisco one of the most expensive places to live in the U.S. is starting to taper off.

San Francisco Tech Firms See Workers Flee From $4,500 Rents

San Francisco Tech Firms See Workers Flee From $4,500 Rents
bloomberg.com — When automation-software company executive David Nichols and his wife were preparing to start a family last year, he learned that the rent on his San Francisco office was set to jump 50 percent. So he picked up and moved to Portland, Oregon.

Tech Slowdown Seen in San Francisco's Commercial-Property Market

Tech Slowdown Seen in San Francisco's Commercial-Property Market
bloomberg.com — San Francisco's commercial real estate market may be foretelling a slowdown in the city's heated technology-driven economy. Office subleasing, an early indicator of past downturns, is at the highest level since 2010.
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Rare San Francisco Republicans Are Objects of Desire bloom.bg/1T6sf8l via @bpolitics

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Springsteen Cancels North Carolina Concert Over Transgender Law bloom.bg/1SVquxo via @business

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San Francisco Tech Firms See Workers Flee From $4,500 Rents bloom.bg/1SxxYEa via @technology

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Tech Slowdown Seen in San Francisco's Commercial-Property Market bloom.bg/1RiCXMp via @technology

Mar 04, 2016

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Mar 04, 2016

California Governor @JerryBrownGov sits down with Bloomberg reporters & editors in SF bureau. httppic.twitter.com/SCdseRNYfK

Mar 04, 2016

Jerry Brown Calls Trump Wall Proposal ‘Absolutely Preposterous’ bloom.bg/1Qpufdw via @bpolitics

Feb 19, 2016

Apple Encryption Spurn Stirs Statehouse Push for Backdoor Access: bloom.bg/1Ku6SAn via @bpolitics

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Christie Says His Presidential Run Made Him Better Governor bloom.bg/1XvR2ai via @bpolitics

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