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Morning Wrap: 6/5/12

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

News and notes:
  • Costco agreed to pay $3.6 million to settle claims by 20 district attorneys that it violated California laws related to disposal of hazardous wastes such as used batteries and pharmaceutical products. Mercury News
  • Stanford provided a sneak construction preview of its new $111-million Bing Concert Hall scheduled to open in January. Mercury News
  • Besides being under a cloud after a woman accused him of sexually assaulting her, the rehabbing Pablo Sandoval isn’t in game shape, Giants manager Bruce Bochy says. Mercury News
  • Former White House press secretary Robert Gibbs joined the board of directors of San Francisco-based Yelp. San Francisco Business Times
  • Police say a thief robbed the same Walnut Creek 7-Eleven store twice within six weeks. Contra Costa Times 

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