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  • Steve Jobs' boyhood home gets historical designation

    Steve Jobs' boyhood home gets historical designation
    Steve Jobs' childhood home — where the first Apple computers were created — has been added to the list of historic properties in Los Altos. The Los Altos Historical Commission voted unanimously Monday night to designate the home at 2066...
  • Bill, Sue Gross to donate PIMCO fortune to charity

    Bill, Sue Gross to donate PIMCO fortune to charity
    The founder of Newport Beach-based Pacific Investment Co. (PIMCO) and his wife have pledged to give their fortune to charity before they die, according to published reports. Bill and Sue Gross, who have an estimated wealth of $2 billion, plan to...
  • Pandora listening hours remain strong against new iTunes Radio

    Pandora listening hours remain strong against new iTunes Radio
    It looks as though the introduction of Apple Inc.'s new streaming music service hasn't thrown Pandora Media Inc.'s rhythm off. Oakland-based Pandora said people spent 1.47 billion hours listening to its Internet radio offering in October, an increase of...
  • CEO Dick Costolo is helping Twitter IPO take flight

    CEO Dick Costolo is helping Twitter IPO take flight
    SAN FRANCISCO — Dick Costolo doesn't fit the profile of a typical tech start-up chief executive. He's not a twentysomething college dropout. He didn't start Twitter Inc. in his dorm room. And he doesn't wear a hoodie. At 50, with a balding...
  • Jury awards Apple $290 million in Samsung patent case

    A federal jury Thursday ordered Samsung Electronics Co. to pay $290 million in damages to Apple Inc. in the latest round of the two adversaries' ongoing litigation over mobile patents.  In U.S. District Court in San Jose, an eight-person jury handed...
  • Pandora posts third-quarter loss; revenue beats estimates

    Pandora posts third-quarter loss; revenue beats estimates
    Internet radio company Pandora Media Inc. reported third-quarter sales that exceeded analysts' expectations as mobile advertising grew by more than half. But the company swung to a net loss as it spent more on marketing, sales and product development. ...
  • Stock rally rolls on as Nasdaq crosses 4,000

    Stock rally rolls on as Nasdaq crosses 4,000
    The stock market rally rolled on Monday, with the Nasdaq composite index crossing 4,000 for the first time since 2000. Though it remains far below its all-time high, the technology-laden Nasdaq is up more than 32% this year, making it one of the best-...
  • Nasdaq index briefly tops 4,000 for first time in 13 years

    Nasdaq index briefly tops 4,000 for first time in 13 years
    First came the Dow. Then the S&P 500. And now the Nasdaq is reaching a milestone. The technology-laden Nasdaq composite index briefly jumped above 4,000 on Monday, the first time it has hit that mark since the collapse of the dot-com bubble 13 years...
  • iPads for L.A. Unified could now cost $770 each, a 14% increase

    iPads for L.A. Unified could now cost $770 each, a 14% increase
    The L.A. Unified School District will have to purchase nearly 520,000 iPads in order to avoid spending nearly $100 more apiece for the tablets, a new school district budget shows. The newly disclosed price of $770, a 14% increase per iPad, appeared in a...
  • Investing along with the crowd

    Crowdfunding has raised money to build libraries, make movies and send children on school trips. Soon it may let small investors buy stakes in fledgling companies. Federal regulators proposed rules Wednesday that would allow individuals to invest in...
  • Apple meets earnings marks as iPhone sales soar, iPad sales are flat

    Apple Inc. announced earnings largely in line with Wall Street's expectations as sales of iPhones climbed while the iPad remained flat. The company reported revenue in the fourth quarter of its 2013 fiscal year of $37.5 billion, up from $35.97 billion a...
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  • Subtext of the Oscar Pistorius trial: South Africans' fear of crime

    PRETORIA, South Africa — Johan Gerber is a shy, neat man with iron-gray hair, a ready smile and a quiet voice. But on the streets, he has taken to carrying an open pocket knife with a mean 4-inch blade, concealed in an envelope and ready to use....
  • Nigeria surpasses South Africa as continent's biggest economy

    Nigeria surpasses South Africa as continent's biggest economy
    ABUJA (Reuters) - Nigeria has overtaken South Africa as Africa's largest economy after a rebasing calculation almost doubled its gross domestic product to more than $500 billion, data from the statistics office showed on Sunday. GDP for 2013 in Africa'...
  • Tribal clashes in southern Egypt leave at least 23 dead

    CAIRO — At least 23 people were killed and 31 injured in tribal clashes Friday in the southern Egyptian province of Aswan, according to official media. The Egyptian army's chief spokesman, Col. Ahmed Ali, said Saturday that military forces had...
  • 'Big Men' an excellent look at oil capitalism in West Africa

    The documentary gods are smiling on us this week. One of the real knockout docs of 2013 is back in town. That would be "Big Men," an astonishing look inside the world of oil capitalism in the West African nations of Ghana and Nigeria. The film took...
  • Egypt's Field Marshal Sisi quits military, will run for presidency

    Egypt's Field Marshal Sisi quits military, will run for presidency
    CAIRO -- Field Marshal Abdel Fattah Sisi stepped down Wednesday as Egypt's defense minister and declared his candidacy for president. Appearing on nationwide television for what he said would be the last time in military uniform, Sisi called for...
  • Blasts in Egypt strike near riot police; senior official killed

    CAIRO — In the latest sign of Egypt’s growing volatility, a series of blasts went off outside Cairo University on Wednesday, killing a police brigadier general and injuring at least seven people, officials and state media reported. The three...
  • Buried bombs outside Cairo University kill top police official

    CAIRO Bomb blasts Wednesday near Cairo University killed a brigadier general and wounded five other people, resurrecting fears that a violent campaign against government forces will grow as Egypt approaches presidential elections. Ajnad Misr, or Soldiers...
  • Africa's celebrity cheetah is one popular cat

    Africa's celebrity cheetah is one popular cat
    During a recent wide-ranging safari through Kenya and Tanzania, I often came face to face with Africa's Big Five — elephants, rhinos, buffalo, leopards and lions — not to mention giraffes, zebras and hippos, but from park to park, the creature...
  • Farmer who used donkey to depict Egypt's Sisi gets six-month sentence

    Farmer who used donkey to depict Egypt's Sisi gets six-month sentence
    CAIRO – An Egyptian court has sentenced a farmer to six months in jail for dressing up his donkey last year to depict then-army chief Gen. Abdel Fattah Sisi, who left his military post last week to run for the presidency. Omar Aboul Magd, 31,...
  • Letters: Anti-Muslim terror in Africa

    Letters: Anti-Muslim terror in Africa
    Re "Flight from rage," March 30 In 1968-69, a group of young non-African travelers and I, the only American, drove from London to Johannesburg, South Africa. Many hair-raising events occurred during our five-month journey, not the least of which was...
  • Egypt current account swings back into deficit

    CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's current account recorded a deficit of $755.8 million in the six months ending December, swinging back into the red after billions of dollars of Gulf aid helped it record a surplus in the three months ending September. The...