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Morning Wrap: 7/10/12

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Feds dole out big grant to Port of Oakland, jury selection starts in convicted murderer Hans Reiser’s civil trial, Pinterest officially moves to SoMa, more.
  • Jury selection began in the wrongful death civil case brought by the children of Hans Reiser, convicted in 2008 of murdering their mother, Russian √©migr√© Nina Reiser, when she lived in Oakland. Oakland Tribune
  • The Port of Oakland is getting a $15 million federal grant to help it expand its rail yard. Oakland Tribune
  • A judge ruled that venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers can’t force junior partner Ellen Pao’s sex discrimination lawsuit to binding arbitration. Mercury News
  • A second suspect in the notorious 2008 murder of a father and his two sons on a street in the Excelsior district was arrested after police burst into the home where he was hiding in North Carolina. Chronicle
  • Online company Pinterest made official its move from Palo Alto to San Francisco. Chronicle
  • Rattlesnake bites are up 48 percent in California from April to June compared to last year. Contra Costa Times

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