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Morning Wrap: 10/30/12

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Judge rules against PG&E to allow punitive damages in San Bruno case, Apple’s big shakeup, feds confiscate lots of fake Giants memorabilia, more.

  • In a big setback for PG&E, a judge issued a tentative ruling that would allow victims of the San Bruno pipeline disaster to seek punitive damages from the utility at a trial set to begin in January. Chronicle
  • There will be more ferries running from Marin to handle the expected throngs for Wednesday’s Giants ticker tape parade and World Series celebration. Marin IJ
  • Apple’s longtime software chief Scott Forstall and John Browett, who heads Apple Stores, are leaving the company in the biggest shakeup at the company in recent memory. Mercury News
  • Federal agents confiscated lots of counterfeit Giants memorabilia from the streets around AT&T Park and elsewhere. Chronicle
  • A’s shortstop Stephen Drew became a free agent after the team declined its half of a $10 million mutual option to keep him. Mercury News

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