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Tech Expansion Overruns Silicon Valley

Room to grow is evaporating in Silicon Valley as technology giants’ voracious appetites for expansion are running up against residents weary of clogged streets and cramped classrooms.

7 Hot Chicago Startups to Watch

Giving Silicon Valley a run for its money and talent, fresh-faced college grads and a growing startup culture are putting Chicago on the entrepreneurship map.

Hardware companies shine in Techstars' startup accelerator

IrisVR and Cartesian Co. are two of the 12 companies selected to participate in Techstars' Winter 2015 class in New York City. "If you're running a startup outside of Silicon Valley, you want to be at Techstars," said Ariel Briner, CEO of Cartesian Co. Show More Summary

During California Megadrought, One Valley Town Says Water Conservation Isn’t For Them

California is in the fourth year of a devastating drought, with reservoirs running dry and a million farming acres left unplanted, but that doesn’t matter to the city of Bakersfield. Home to 360,000 people, the city sent a letter toShow More Summary

Baseball: Chatsworth rallies to earn split with ECR

Down by two runs in the bottom of the fourth inning and not wanting to get swept in a critical two-game series against El Camino Real, Chatsworth launched a rally that led to a seven-run inning and an 8-5 West Valley League victory on Friday.

Ex-NFL running back's cellmate death ruled homicide

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According to officials, ex-NFL star Lawrence Phillips, who is an inmate at the Kern Valley State Prison, is suspect in the death Damion Soward

Ex-NFL Player Accused of Killing Cellmate

Former NFL running back Lawrence Phillips is suspected of killing his cellmate in a Central California prison, officials say. Phillips' cellmate at Kern Valley State Prison was found lifeless early Saturday and later pronounced dead, a prison spokesman says. Phillips, 39, was once one of the nation's top college football...

Former St. Louis Rams Player Lawrence Phillips Suspected of Killing Prison Cellmate

Former St. Louis Rams running back Lawrence Phillips is suspected of killing his cellmate at the Kern Valley State Prison in California. Phillips was arrested in 2005 and is serving 31 years in prison for choking a former girlfriend. Phillips … Continue reading ?

NFL News: Former NFL Running Back Lawrence Phillips Suspected Of Killing Prison Cell Mate

The life of former NFL running back Lawrence Phillips continues to plummet further downhill as he is now suspected of killing his prison cellmate. Phillips is in Kern Valley State Prison in Central California, and his cellmate was found lifeless early on Saturday morning. Show More Summary

Lawrence Phillips, Former NFL RB, Accused of Killing Cellmate in Jail

According to officials from the Kern Valley State Prison, former NFL running back Lawrence Phillips is alleged to have killed his cellmate, Damion Soward, over the weekend, per R. Stickney of NBC San Diego. Mark Powell of the The Bakersfield...Show More Summary

Former Nebraska star RB Lawrence Phillips suspected of murdering prison cellmate

Phillips is currently serving a 31-year sentence. Former star Nebraska running back Lawrence Phillips is under investigation as a suspect for murder after his cellmate was found dead at Kern Valley State Prison. Phillips is currently...Show More Summary

Ex-NFL Running Back Suspected Of Killing Prison Cellmate

FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — Former NFL running back Lawrence Phillips is suspected of killing his cellmate in a Central California prison, officials said Monday. Phillips' cellmate at Kern Valley State Prison was found lifeless early Saturday and later pronounced dead, prison spokesman Lt. Show More Summary

The CEO of America's biggest bank is worried about Silicon Valley and Bitcoin stealing his business

The man who runs America's biggest bank can't stop worrying about tech startups. In his annual letter to shareholders this week, JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon warned investors and those in the banking industry that "Silicon Valley is coming." See...Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: The cast of Silicon Valley on coding, Fievel, and dad fights

Game Of Thrones isn’t the only geek-friendly HBO show that will soon return. Silicon Valley begins its second season this Sunday, April 12 as well and, in the run up to that launch, Funny Or Die had members of its cast answer questions from viewers. Show More Summary

Innovations: Tesla for buses? A green technology looks to prove itself.

Next year, nearly 10 percent of Foothill Transit’s buses are expected to be running on electricity.The bus operator in the San Gabriel and Pomona Valleys outside Los Angeles is at the forefront of transitioning its fleet away from fossil fuels. It’s already shifted away from diesel buses and largely uses buses running on natural gas.Read full article >>

With Super-Slim Windows, Microsoft Eyes the Future of Cloud Computing

Today, big Silicon Valley names like Google and Twitter run their online services atop the open source Linux operating system, using a technology called “containers” to efficiently execute software across thousands of machines. They don’t use Microsoft’s Windows operating system, which operates quite differently from Linux. Show More Summary

A Rand for All Seasons

For four years, Rand Paul has been running for president. And for those four years, he’s tried be a different kind of Republican. He went to Howard University to win over black Americans, to Silicon Valley to win the technology set,Show More Summary

Steve Westly moving toward 2018 bid for governor

Former state Controller Steve Westly, a wealthy Silicon Valley businessman, is laying ground for a potential run for governor in 2018.

4 ways to make your company culture a major recruiting asset

This article is part of DBA, a new series on Mashable about running a business that features insights from leaders in entrepreneurship, venture capital and management. In a competitive hiring environment like Silicon Valley, prospective...Show More Summary

How losing one leg inspired this 25-year old to get into Silicon Valley’s top startup lab

Jeff Hubor was born with a non-functioning fibula that forced doctors to amputate his left leg when he was one year old. He’s used an artificial limb ever since. Now, he runs a company, Standard Cyborg, that makes prosthetic legs and is part of Y Combinator, Silicon Valley’s most prominent startup lab. Show More Summary

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