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BART Talks Continue; Studies Show Impact Of Strike Would Be Severe
BART's unions rallied Tuesday afternoon at Oakland's Frank Ogawa Plaza as negotiations dragged on just a few block away. Though the specifics of the negotiations were subject to a mediator's gag order, Thomas Hock, BART's chief negotiator told reporters that afternoon that “things are moving” “I would tell you they're not moving very fast. We've just got to play it out and see,” said Hock. “I'm … Read News

Hewlett-Packard Looks To Win Back Investors
H-P is holding its analyst day on Wednesday, less than two months after stunning Wall Street with a downbeat view of the coming fiscal year. The urgency at the tech giant is underscored by report that H-P is trying to cut back on telecommuting. … Read News

Local Business Leaders Tell Employers To Plan For BART Strike
Bay Area business leaders Tuesday called on the region's employers to come up with contingency plans for a possible BART strike starting Friday that they said could greatly harm the local economy. "This really is an emergency situation," said Jim Wunderman, president of the Bay Area Council, a regional business-sponsored advocacy group that held a news conference Tuesday morning at its … Read News