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Morning Wrap: 2/20/13

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

BofA CEO’s huge raise, human trafficking charges in South City hotel prostitution case, spring football in mid-February at San Jose State, more.

  • The James Beard Foundation announced semifinalists for its 2013 awards and 37 Bay Area restaurants and chefs made the cut. Mercury News
  • A couple faces human trafficking charges after allegedly forcing three women and a girl to work all-night prostitution shifts at a South San Francisco Hotel while depriving them of food. Mercury News
  • Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan got a 73 percent pay hike last year, pocketing $12.1 million. SF Business Times
  • San Jose State University’s football program got an early start to spring practice Tuesday under new coach Ron Caragher. Mercury News
  • Pleasanton-based Safeway is unveiling its own debit/loyalty card in a bid to avoid expensive bank fees. SF Business Times
  • CHP honored a now-retired patrol cop from Morgan Hill who arrested 95 people for DUI during 2012. Mercury News

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