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Chevron disputes $8B Amazon fine  Chevron calls the lawsuit a shakedown and a sham, and the company pledged to keep fighting Chevron appeals over Amazon fine  US oil giant Chevron has launched a legal appeal against a $9.5bn fine by an Ecuador court for polluting much of the country's Amazon region Chevron profit soars 36%
Chevron to report increased profit  Chevron Corp. will report the first increase in fourth-quarter profit in three years amid rising demand and prices for crude and fuel Chevron 4Q profit jumps 72%  Rising fuel demand lifted oil prices and produced a turnaround in its refinery business. Refining and marketing business earned $742 million Huge fine in Amazon pollution case


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  A court in Ecuador has fined US oil giant Chevron a reported $8bn for polluting a large part of the country's Amazon region
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  Chevron earned higher prices for its oil around the globe. In the U.S., Chevron sold its oil for an average price of $89 per barrel


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  Louis Lombardi has been arrested in connection with an ongoing investigation into a Northern California drug task force
May.23   Protesters hang anti-Chevron banner  7 protesters are facing charges after a stunt that had 3 of them dangling from ropes below the Bridge to convince to clean up waste in Ecuad... May.24   Officer arrested in probe is off force  38-year-old Louis Lombardi arrested recently in connection with an ongoing investigation into a drug task force is no longer employed by the... May.25   CEO John Watson addresses protesters
  With protesters chanting outside Watson told the company's critics at its annual shareholders' meeting that he shared many of their ideals


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Jul.4   Tourist dies in Baja boat accident
  The search is on right now off Baja, California for 7 missing people. One of the missing 8 passengers is Donald Lee who lives in San Ramon Jul.6   Families of missing hold press conference  Time is running out in the search for the 7 men who are still missing after their fishing boat capsized off the coast of Mexico Jul.9   Survivor: Capsized boat felt like 'Titanic'  Charles Gibson is a former Oakland Police lieutenant and is now the chief of police for the Contra Costa Community College District Jul.26   NASA, Chevron forge alliance  Chevron has forged an alliance with Jet Propulsion Laboratory to see whether technology can boost oil and natural gas production Jul.29   Profits of $7.73 billion soar 43%
  Chevron fueled by a geyser of higher oil and gasoline prices; earnings easily topped Wall Street's predictions


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Sep.7   Chevron, California settle on gas tanks  A $24.5 million settlement over allegations that the oil giant violated state laws by failing to properly inspect and maintain underground gas... Sep.27   Former officer faces drug probe charges  Louis Lombardi, a former San Ramon police officer, has appeared in federal court in connection with an investigation of narcotics task force Sep.29   Chevron gets supplies to East Bay schools  The company now wants to donate more supplies to teachers in Alameda and Contra Costa counties, through the Fuel Your School promotion

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Oct.28   Chevron earns $7.83 billion in 3rd-quarter
  The high oil and gas prices cursed by consumers brought Chevron Corp. a near-record $7.83 billion profit in the third quarter

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Nov.16   GE to hire 400 engineers for software hub  General Electric has picked San Ramon for a new technology nerve center that will spearhead the vision of an 'industrial Internet' of smart ... Nov.30   Former Raider McGlockton dead at 42  McGlockton, who was a defensive assistant coach at Stanford the past two seasons, played 12 seasons in the NFL




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Tourist dies in Baja boat accident  The search is on right now off Baja, California for 7 missing people. One of the missing 8 passengers is Donald Lee who lives in San Ramon Families of missing hold press conference  Time is running out in the search for the 7 men who are still missing after their fishing boat capsized off the coast of Mexico Survivor: Capsized boat felt like 'Titanic'  Charles Gibson is a former Oakland Police lieutenant and is now the chief of police for the Contra Costa Community College District NASA, Chevron forge alliance  Chevron has forged an alliance with Jet Propulsion Laboratory to see whether technology can boost oil and natural gas production Chevron gets supplies to East Bay schools  The company now wants to donate more supplies to teachers in Alameda and Contra Costa counties, through the Fuel Your School promotion Former Raider McGlockton dead at 42  McGlockton, who was a defensive assistant coach at Stanford the past two seasons, played 12 seasons in the NFL Chevron to report increased profit  Chevron Corp. will report the first increase in fourth-quarter profit in three years amid rising demand and prices for crude and fuel Chevron 4Q profit jumps 72%  Rising fuel demand lifted oil prices and produced a turnaround in its refinery business. Refining and marketing business earned $742 million Huge fine in Amazon pollution case




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  A court in Ecuador has fined US oil giant Chevron a reported $8bn for polluting a large part of the country's Amazon region
Feb.15 Chevron disputes $8B Amazon fine  Chevron calls the lawsuit a shakedown and a sham, and the company pledged to keep fighting Mar.13 Chevron appeals over Amazon fine
  US oil giant Chevron has launched a legal appeal against a $9.5bn fine by an Ecuador court for polluting much of the country's Amazon region Apr.29 Chevron profit soars 36%
  Chevron earned higher prices for its oil around the globe. In the U.S., Chevron sold its oil for an average price of $89 per barrel
May.25 CEO John Watson addresses protesters
  With protesters chanting outside Watson told the company's critics at its annual shareholders' meeting that he shared many of their ideals
Jul.26 NASA, Chevron forge alliance
  Chevron has forged an alliance with Jet Propulsion Laboratory to see whether technology can boost oil and natural gas production Jul.29 Profits of $7.73 billion soar 43%
  Chevron fueled by a geyser of higher oil and gasoline prices; earnings easily topped Wall Street's predictions
Sep.7 Chevron, California settle on gas tanks  A $24.5 million settlement over allegations that the oil giant violated state laws by failing to properly inspect and maintain underground gas... Oct.28 Chevron earns $7.83 billion in 3rd-quarter  The high oil and gas prices cursed by consumers brought Chevron Corp. a near-record $7.83 billion profit in the third quarter Nov.16 GE to hire 400 engineers for software hub  General Electric has picked San Ramon for a new technology nerve center that will spearhead the vision of an 'industrial Internet' of smart ...



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2011 May.4 Officer arrested in task force probe
  Louis Lombardi has been arrested in connection with an ongoing investigation into a Northern California drug task force
May.24 Officer arrested in probe is off force  38-year-old Louis Lombardi arrested recently in connection with an ongoing investigation into a drug task force is no longer employed by the... Sep.27 Former officer faces drug probe charges  Louis Lombardi, a former San Ramon police officer, has appeared in federal court in connection with an investigation of narcotics task force



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2011 Feb.14 Huge fine in Amazon pollution case
  A court in Ecuador has fined US oil giant Chevron a reported $8bn for polluting a large part of the country's Amazon region
Feb.15 Chevron disputes $8B Amazon fine  Chevron calls the lawsuit a shakedown and a sham, and the company pledged to keep fighting May.4 Officer arrested in task force probe
  Louis Lombardi has been arrested in connection with an ongoing investigation into a Northern California drug task force
May.23 Protesters hang anti-Chevron banner  7 protesters are facing charges after a stunt that had 3 of them dangling from ropes below the Bridge to convince to clean up waste in Ecuad... May.25 CEO John Watson addresses protesters
  With protesters chanting outside Watson told the company's critics at its annual shareholders' meeting that he shared many of their ideals
Sep.29 Chevron gets supplies to East Bay schools  The company now wants to donate more supplies to teachers in Alameda and Contra Costa counties, through the Fuel Your School promotion