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Simple steps to secure your devices and data [Mercury News]
East Bay Times Troy Wolverton column [East Bay Times]
East Bay Times Troy Wolverton column [East Bay Times]
Couple begins building Odessa brew pub [Odessa American, Texas]
Baker Hughes shows. The latest additions brought the total number of rigs active in the region to 199, all of which targeted oil. Nationally, the oil and gas rig count declined by two to 489."/>
BRIEF: Permian Basin gains three rigs; U.S. count falls by two [Odessa American, Texas]
Facebook that they would begin "blow-out sales" Nov. 1 and will close Nov. 27.. "Time has now come for us and FUN CORNER to retire," owners Steve and Linda Sutherland said in their post."/>
Popular San Bernardino costume shop closing [The Press-Enterprise, Riverside, Calif.]
Counties enlist public's help in Zika fight [Orlando Sentinel]
ITT Educational Services Inc. have laid a foundation for past students to take advantage of a little-known rule, called defense to repayment, that can wipe out their loans. Federal law gives the Education Department broad discretion to..."/>
ITT Tech's collapse could help former students wipe out their loans [The Indianapolis Star]
Facebook founder and chief executive officer..."/>
Samay Kohli scores big with robotic automation [Mint, New Delhi]
Microsoft is making it easier to call out racist, sexist or other abusive content on Xbox Live and the company's other online services. The Redmond company Friday introduced a new web form that can be used to report content that advocates violence or promotes hatred based on gender, race, sexual identity or other characteristics. The move comes as technology companies grapple with hate speech on their services."/>
Microsoft offers tool to report abusive content in its online services [The Seattle Times]
Microsoft has joined a growing list of big U.S. companies jumping onto a White House initiative to close the gap between salaries paid to men and women. The company was among 29 new signers of the Equal Pay Pledge announced on Friday, which commits companies to conduct annual analyses of pay by gender and occupation and review hiring and promotion practices. Seattle's Amazon.com and Bellevue-based Expedia were among the initial signers when the program was announced in..."/>
Microsoft adds name to U.S. list of firms pledged to gender pay equality [The Seattle Times]
Apple Man of the Year by an industry trade magazine. Mike Wade, co-owner of Columbia Fruit International, was presented the award Thursday in Chicago during the two-day annual Apple Crop Outlook and Marketing Conference of the U.S. Sponsored by The Packer, a produce industry trade journal, the award honors individuals who have shown leadership and innovation in their respective..."/>
Wade named 2016 Apple Man of the Year [The Wenatchee World, Wash.]

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