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Morning Wrap: 2/25/13

Monday, February 25, 2013

Marissa Mayer gets tough with Yahoo employees, 49ers float news that they’re trading Alex Smith, for protection Oakland cops escort grade-school kids . . . to the library, and more.
  • San Francisco Symphony’s principal oboist, William Bennett, suffered a cerebral hemorrhage while performing Saturday night, and was listed in “guarded” condition after being taken to a hospital. Chronicle
  • Is there a handshake deal to trade Alex Smith to an NFL team not being identified? The 49ers apparently want you to think so. 49ers blog
  • New Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer goes old school on company employees working from remote locations, telling them they should either move into company offices or quit. Business Insider
  • The Mercury News has a list of potential California sequester cuts if Congress and the President can’t agree on a budget.
  • A Bay Area couple bicycling through South America has gone missing in Peru. Mercury News
  • Police in Las Vegas say they’ve identified the suspect in the shooting of rapper and former Oakland resident Kenneth Cherry, aka Kenny Clutch. Now all they have to do is find him. Oakland Tribune
  • Warriors center Andrew Bogut isn’t on the team’s week-long, five-game road trip because of a nagging back injury. AP
  • Need a visual of how violent parts of Oakland have become? Tammerlin Drummond writes about police escorting grade-schoolers eight blocks during a field trip last week to protect them from harm in the neighborhood. Oakland Tribune

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