Uber Technologies Inc. closed a long-running chapter on a tumultuous legal saga over the ride-hailing service's classification of drivers
State lawmakers are split on how the Legislature will address wildfire-related costs and liability on utilities, with a primary focus on Pacific Gas and Electric Co.
The judge overseeing the Pacific Gas and Electric Corp.'s bankruptcy approved the utility's request to fully tap into $5.5 billion in financing from major banks Wednesday over objections from an attorney representing thousands of wildfire victims, arguing she could leverage a better deal with more time
State regulators are considering replacing Pacific Gas and Electric Co. leadership, splitting its operations into separate entities or converting it into a publicly-owned utility, among other proposals listed in a recent order
Two years after the Federal Trade Commission sued Qualcomm Inc. over accusations its patent licensing business model constitutes a monopoly, the chip manufacturer for most of the world’s smartphones will have a chance to defend its record
Plaintiffs allege Facebook Inc. lied about when it learned it was misrepresenting viewership data to advertisers, did not immediately correct the false metrics and then continued to disseminate false information while employing a public relations strategy to downplay its alleged fraud
Anthony Levandwoski, the former Google Inc. engineer at the center of a highstakes legal battle over proprietary self-driving car technology in 2017, was charged by federal prosecutors Tuesday with stealing trade secrets and selling them to Uber Technologies Inc.
A federal investigation into four major automakers that struck a deal with California to follow more stringent emissions standards than those set by the Trump administration might be an attempt to undermine the state's adherence to Obama-era climate policies, according to some legal experts
Federal Judge Edward Chen sees himself as a bulwark against government overreach and a champion of civil rights
Ivan Rabb took a seat near the end of his bench halfway through the third quarter of the 2015 California Interscholastic Federation finals in Haas Pavilion. Sporting the Bishop O'Dowd black and gold, Ivan could only watch Mater Dei rain fire on his Dragons as he sat hunched with cramps.Read More...
To everyone else, Sarah Cole seemed to be on top of the world. She attended school at UC Davis, played club volleyball and majored in engineering, all of which her father did. She earned top marks in all of her classes and was even awarded a scholarship as oneRead More...