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Stock of InterMune soaring. Brisbane PG&E to study Diablo Canyon fault  PG&E has asked regulators to delay relicensing the nuclear plant until the company finishes studies of a recently discovered earthquake fau... Chances missed on pipeline rules. SF Chronicle UC Drops Part Of Gene-Scanning Program. UC Berkeley Geron approved to test stem cells. Menlo Park PG&E's heavy hand irks PUC  California regulators bluntly warned PG&E that some of its actions to undermine Marin County's new public power program break state rules PG&E must stop threats to public agencies. Marin County PG&E fixes rate imbalance Vintners can use 'Calistoga' for its wines. Napa PG&E to add energy from wind, space Troubled Bay Area banks begin to topple
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B. 2016-09-19 Surprise Spare the Air alert issued for Monday Bay Area
2. 2015-08-11 Chevron fined for air pollution at Richmond refinery Richmond
3. 2014-11-25 European regulators consider to break up Google Google
2013-10-03 Twitter plans to raise $1bn in IPO Twitter
F. 2013-07-01 Bay Bridge-crash oil tanker pilot gets 5-month suspension Bay Bridge
6. 2012-02-17 Google slammed for latest privacy breach Google
H. 2012-02-16 SmartMeters rejected by 4,400 PG&E
I. 2012-02-13 Google Motorola bid wins approval Google
9. 2011-07-14 SF threatens to sue over pipeline laws SF City Hall

Bay Bridge-crash oil tanker pilot gets 5-month suspension Google slammed for latest privacy breach SmartMeters rejected by 4,400. PG&E Google Motorola bid wins approval  US regulators have approved Google's $12.5bn bid for phone maker Motorola Mobility, hours after it won clearance from European authorities SF threatens to sue over pipeline laws. SF City Hall Google facing US antitrust probe
Surprise Spare the Air alert issued for Monday. Bay Area Chevron fined for air pollution at Richmond refinery European regulators consider to break up Google Twitter plans to raise $1bn in IPO


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  Social networking company Twitter has said it plans to raise $1bn in its stock market debut in documents filed with US regulators
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  Federal regulators are to issue court orders to Google and other companies as part of a probe into practices in search engine business

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  San Francisco: The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has seized two SF banks in recent weeks and federal regulators have 4 other Bay Area banks under scrutiny
Oct.30 Fed Regulators Close Pacific National Bank  San Francisco: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation shut 9 banks, mostly in West, as the weak economy continues to produce a stream of loan defaults Oct.12   Levinson exits Google's board  Arthur Levinson is averting a potential showdown with government regulators over his overlapping job as a director for Apple Inc Sep.3 EU Applies Brakes To Oracle-Sun Deal
  European Union regulators are launching a formal antitrust investigation into Oracle Corp.'s proposed $7.4 billion takeover of Sun Microsystems
Aug.21 Apple Denies 'Rejecting' Google Voice  Apple told regulators that it blocked the program from running on the iPhone yet Apple denied that it has rejected Google's application outright PG&E deal for solar energy Okd Aug.4   MSFT to hire 400 from Yahoo  Microsoft will hire at least 400 workers if government regulators approve the companies' proposed Internet search partnership Jul.15 Lies cost bayfront oil terminal $2.5 million  Rodeo: The owner of Shore Terminals, an oil products terminal on the shoreline, has pleaded guilty to lying to air-quality regulators about emissio... Apr.27 Prosper.com Back In Biz. San Francisco Mar.21 Possible roadblocks if IBM to acquire Sun Feb.12 Regulators to try to reduce trash in bay. San Francisco

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Nov.26 Bank ordered to pay whistle-blower
. Wells Fargo Nov.5 Google pulls out of Yahoo ad partnership  Google has scrapped its Internet advertising partnership with struggling rival, abandoning attempts to overcome the objections of regulators Oct.5 Google And Yahoo Ad Deal Delayed
  Google agreed to delay the start of a Web advertising partnership, giving U.S. antitrust regulators more time to review the deal.
Jul.24 SEC to freeze assets of invest. Adviser. San Francisco Jul.17 EU hits Intel with fresh charges  European regulators have filed fresh charges against the world's biggest computer chip maker over alleged abuse of its dominant market posi... Jul.9 Wood burning banned on bad nights. Bay Area Mar.11 Google closes $3.1 billion DoubleClick deal  European regulators approved the acquisition of online advertising giant, removing the last major obstacle for a deal Jan.16 Ex-Brocade CEO Gets Prison  San Francisco: Gregory Reyes, 45, was sentenced to a year and 9 months in prison and fined $15 million for misleading stockholders and federal regulators

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Dec.20 Regulators approve DoubleClick purchase  Google: Federal antitrust regulators approved $3.1 billion acquisition, removing a key barrier to the marriage of two online advertising giants Nov.13 Probe Into DoubleClick deal
  Google: European regulators launched an in-depth probe into Google $3.1 billion bid for online ad broker
Jul.27   EU charges Intel with monopoly abuse
  EU regulators have charged Intel for customer rebates and below-cost pricing that undercut rival computer chipmaker AMD
Jul.2   NetSuite IPO grabs attention
  San Mateo: Internet software maker co-founded by billionaire Larry Ellison, will file papers with security regulators to take its shares public
Jan.13   Attorneys are focus of probe  Apple: Federal regulators want to question two former Apple lawyers in connection with the Steve Jobs' grant

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Aug.10 Kaiser Fined $2M For Transplant Program
  Oakland: State regulators concluded the mismanagement of kidney transplant program endangered hundreds of patients
Jul.31 Justice Dept. Clears Merc News Sale
  SJ Mercury News: Federal regulators cleared the way for McClatchy to sell 4 newspapers in a complicated, $1 billion deal
Mar.16   End is near for PG&E plant
  SF Bayview: California energy regulators approved plan to shut Hunters Point down power plant this spring
Feb.15   Refinery Fined More Than $1 Million
  Martinez: Air quality regulators fined the Tesoro Refining and Marketing more than $1 million for a series of pollution violations
Feb.7   Chiron Cleared in SEC Investigation  Emeryville: Regulators have decided not to sanction the company following a probe into the suspension of its flu vaccine license

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Jul.7   Regulators reprimand Wells Fargo
  Federal regulators have reprimanded the banking giant for not doing enough to prevent money laundering
Jun.7   Drug panel divided on Chiron medicine  Emeryville: Chiron is holding out hope that regulators will approve its inhaled medicine to prevent lung transplant rejection Mar.2 Regulators Lift Suspension on Chiron
  Emeryville: British regulators are enabling the company to begin reproducing flu drugs Jan.7 BroadVision settled with SEC
  Redwood City: Business software maker has acknowledged to securities regulators that it misled investors by improperly boosting its sales


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Sep.15   Researchers accused of animal mistreating  UCSF: Federal regulators have accused the University of mistreating animals used in experiments over a 3-year period Jan.5 Judge rejects PG&E bailout delay
  A federal bankruptcy judge left the door open for an appeal by 2 state regulators opposed to the customer-backed bailout

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Dec.5 State objects to PG&E's bankruptcy plan
  Energy regulators are hoping to force the utility pursue an alternate route that would lower the multibillion bailout bill Nov.18   PG&E bankruptcy settlement rejected  A judge advised state energy regulators to reject crucial elements of a proposed $7.2 billion bailout May.27 VaxGen to test anthrax vaccine on people  Brisbane: Federal regulators approved plan to test its experimental vaccine on about 100 people Apr.11   Club to shut down over ecstasy sales
  SF Downtown: State regulators intend to shut down Ten 15 Club club that has allegedly been plagued by reports of drug sales
Mar.13   PG&E loses bid to raise revenues
  State power regulators denied a request for a $96 million revenue increase to offset the costs
Feb.19   Stormwater runoff required to be treated
  San Francisco: Water regulators decided to require new developments projects to treat stormwater runoff before allowing it to flow
Jan.17 Veritas to Restate 2000 and 2001 Results. Mountain View

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Dec.19 Endangered fish delayes bridge span  Benicia: The completion of a 2nd span faces more delays as regulators search for a solution to prevent fish from dying Nov.14 SEC subpoenas Veritas records
. Mountain View Aug.20   EBay-PayPal merger clears DoJ hurdle
  eBay: A deadline for the Justice Department to request more information has passed with no queries from regulators
Aug.3   State settled complaint against refinery
  Benicia: Hazardous waste regulators have settled a complaint against Valero Refining Co. for $115,000
Jul.9 800,000 NextCard accounts will be closed
  San Francisco: Federal regulators is abruptly cutting customers off from incentive programs that reward their past spending
Mar.6   Regulators Approve HP-Compaq Deal  Antitrust regulators have given their okay to the biggest merger in high tech history Jan.31 Providian delays results announcement  San Francisco: Executives need more time to discuss the company's financial woes with federal banking regulators

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Dec.22   Hazardous waste in swamp
  Novato: State regulators are considering digging up a ballfield on a former air base
Dec.10   Unreliable tests for Lyme disease  Palo Alto: Igenex is being threatened with closure by federal regulators. SF Medical Examiner is also the company's medical director Mar.30   NorthPoint ordered continue service
  Emeryville: State PUC regulators ordered bankrupt company to restore service on its DSLs


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