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Twitter CEO, co-founders not selling stock

(AP) — Twitter says its CEO Dick Costolo and co-founders Jack Dorsey and Evan Williams have no plans to sell any of their shares when the company's post-IPO lock-up expires on May 5.

Feds revisit safety rules after Calif. bus crash 


(AP) — Federal transportation authorities are investigating ways to minimize death and injuries in bus crashes following the fiery wreck that left 10 dead when a FedEx truck slammed into a tour bus carrying high school students in Northern California.

BART hires consultant to potentially avert strikes

(AP) — The Bay Area Rapid Transit agency has hired a labor consultant to help figure out how to prevent problems that led to two strikes and a contentious contract dispute.

High-paid California school official suspended

(AP) — The superintendent of a small Southern California school district who makes more than the president of the United States has been put on administrative leave while his salary is reviewed.

Salesforce to anchor West Coast's tallest building

(AP) — Salesforce.com is set to become the anchor tenant in an office tower under construction in San Francisco that's expected to be the tallest building on the West Coast.

Wells Fargo's earnings rise 14 percent 


(AP) — First-quarter profit for Wells Fargo & Co., the biggest U.S. mortgage lender, surged 14 percent in the latest quarter as the bank continued to trim its losses on soured loans.

Google to sell Glass to bigger pool of consumers

(AP) — A lot more people are about to get a chance to own the Internet-connected eyewear known as Google Glass, the hottest accessory in geek fashion.

PG&E offers $250K reward in California grid attack

(AP) — Pacific Gas & Electric Co. is offering a $250,000 reward for information about an attack nearly a year ago on phone lines and the power grid in Silicon Valley.

Klamath Tribes approve water-sharing agreement

(AP) — Members of the Klamath Tribes have approved an agreement to share water with cattle ranchers on rivers running through former reservation lands in return for work to improve fish habitat.

Bill would make pharmacy syringe sales permanent

(AP) — The Assembly has voted to make permanent a program that allows pharmacies to sell syringes to drug users as a way to prevent diseases spread by needle-sharing.