By Julie Cart : calmatters – excerpt If Jerry Brown could write the script in which he exits the political stage while still in the spotlight, he could do no better than what’s teed-up for him next week: presiding over the Global Climate Action Summit with a few hundred of his closest fellow leaders in … More Heavy hitters on climate change will converge on San Francisco next week, with Gov. Jerry Brown as host
paysa – excerpt I asked if anyone has any data on how long tech workers stay in their jobs, since we are building homes for them to shorten their commutes. I was directed to this article. Please share this with credit to the source. How Long Do Employees Stay? … We already know Amazon’s turnover … More The Top Talent of Tech Disruptors and Titans
By Peter Lawrence Kane : sfweekly – excerpt Scott Cole is an Alameda attorney on a crusade against corporate malfeasance. Why take on just one giant and not two? In September, the credit bureau Equifax revealed that a data breach exposed 143 million people to potential credit fraud — and that the company had known … More Meet the Lawyer Suing Equifax and Apple
By Clyde and Co. LLP : lexology – excerpt Significant developments on both sides of the Atlantic shine a light on developing regulatory issues for autonomous vehicles. The first notified insurance claim against a (semi) automated vehicle manufacturer has been brought in the US. Reports have also arrived from California indicating that drivers may … More Autonomous vehicles in the spotlight – drivers and manufacturers on autopilot?
By Richard Scheinin : santacruzsentinel – excerpt When Gabriel Metcalf suggested at a forum on affordable housing that cities should be penalized by the state for failing to build enough housing, he drew gasps from fellow panelists. It’s not that the other panelists disagreed with Metcalf, who as president and CEO of SPUR, is one … More Q&A Gabrief Metcalf: Is the housing crisis too big to solve?