HotJobs sets deadline for Monster.com to top Yahoo’s bid

By Michael Liedtke The Associated Press
Wednesday December 26, 2001

SAN FRANCISCO — Online help-wanted site HotJobs.com Monday gave Monster.com’s owner 72 hours to top a $436 million takeover bid from Yahoo! Inc., setting the stage for a bidding war between rival suitors that run two of the Web’s most popular destinations. -more-

San Francisco offers end-of-year hotel deals to attract business

The Associated Press
Monday December 24, 2001

SAN FRANCISCO – Ever wanted to stay in a fancy hotel or take a ride on this city’s famous cable cars? Well, now is the time because end-of-year deals abound and crowds do not. -more-

Wave pedestrian flag – and be alert

Susan Tripp
Friday December 21, 2001

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Former San Jose Mercury News publisher to teach at UC Berkeley grad school

The Associated Press
Friday December 21, 2001

BERKELEY — The former chairman and publisher of the San Jose Mercury News has joined the faculty at the University of California, Berkeley. -more-

Border Patrol agent accused of molesting girl immigrant

The Associated Press
Thursday December 20, 2001

EL CENTRO — A veteran Border Patrol agent has been charged with repeatedly molesting the daughter of a former illegal immigrant from Mexico. -more-

It’s raining – seniors need bus shelters

Lee Gaines, President Berkeley
Thursday December 20, 2001

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