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The Orange County Register
Global shipping alliances wait on the anchor man
Mario Cordero, head of the Federal Maritime Commission, and former board president of the Port of Long Beach's Harbor Commission, visited Long Beach last week.
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Sun Mar 09, 2014
The Campbell Reporter
Rising college costs: Poorer families bear greatest burden
Soaring college costs have bedeviled the poor and the rich alike, but those hit with the sharpest increases since the recession are the least able to afford it.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Monterey County Herald
The Carmel Valley Chamber of Commerce made these Business Star awards at its annual Night with the Stars event on Sunday: Steve Merrell, president and founder of Monterey Private Wealth, has earned the the Accredited Investment Fiduciary designation from the Center for Fiduciary Studies.
The Fresno Bee
Fiala on ethics: Happiness comes from caring for others
Compassion is deeply rooted in our biology. Human beings are conceived in love. We are carried in our mother's bodies.
Taylor Graham: Poet Interview
The next poet in the Top 25 series from the 2013 April PAD Challenge has made herself known so well that I feel she doesn't need an introduction.
Bingo Halls become target for thieves
Bingo halls have become a recent target for robbers and that has some calling for a controversial idea to keep players safe.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Alaska Journal of Commerce
Movers & Shakers 03/09/14
Safety engineer Ann Lindsey has been named vice president of Arctic Branding & Apparel's new Safety Division.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Tandy Beal to Bring HEREAFTERHERE to Santa Clara University, 3/28-30
The ultimate uncharted territory is explored in HereAfterHere: A Self-Guided Tour of Eternity, a work that explores what - if anything - happens after we die.
NBC Bay Area
71-Year-Old Man Beaten Outside Home
A 71-year-old Aptos man is in intensive care after he was beaten outside his home.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Police warn Santa Clara Univ. students of campus robbery
Santa Clara Police are seeking the public's help to find three men who robbed Santa Clara University students in two separate incidents early Saturday morning.
Dateline Pittsburgh: 03/04/14
Mr. Ackerman, a member of its business services group, concentrates his practice on representing midsized corporations, closely held companies and family-owned businesses and their owners.
NBC Bay Area
SCU on Alert After Armed Robberies
A man from San Jose was in Ukraine as the violence unfolded, and he returned home Sunday night.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Scu Stages Aaron Loeb's First Person Shooter, Now thru 3/8
From Santa Clara University's Department of Theatre and Dance, First Person Shooter, by Aaron Loeb , Co-Directed by Camille Hayes and Aldo Billingslea will be presented tonight, February 28 - Saturday March 8 at the Louis B. Mayer Theatre on the Santa Clara University campus.
Scholar honorees have whole package
Yasmin Barkett, like a lot of high school seniors, has big dreams. International relations and Islamic studies are her college majors of choice and she'll soon decide between Santa Clara University and some other campus of higher education.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Catholic and Jesuit identity: The stormy petrils lose this round at Santa Clara Universitya
Despite the Siren song of the stormy petrils, a Bay Area News Group article reports that the Board of Trustees of Santa Clara University -a Jesuit university-has upheld its decision last year to terminate elective abortion healthcare coverage for employees beginning January 1, 2015.
His Holiness, Inc.: The Dalai Lama as a Spiritual Mega-Brand
His Holiness the Dalai Lama speaks on "Compassion and Business" in Santa Clara, California on February 24, 2014.
Courthouse News Service
Prison Stretch Blamed on Coerced Testimony
A man freed after seven years in prison wants a federal judge to have Oakland, Calif., pay him $32 million for malicious prosecution.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Contra Costa Times
Dana Milbank: The battle for the conservative soul
Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama leads a talk on business, ethics and compassion at the Leavey Event Center at Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, Calif.
The Dalai Lama's Words For Silicon Valley Leaders
On the last day of his 3-day swing by the Bay Area, the Dalai Lama sported his Santa Clara University visor Monday morning as he told a Silicon Valley audience that companies should teach compassion.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Contra Costa Times
Abortion debate: Santa Clara University upholds decision to drop coverage
Santa Clara University employees will lose their elective abortion health care coverage next January over the objections of its faculty senate, the university's board of trustees announced this month.