On May 5, 2009, Apple and Google are being investigated by the FTC for anti-trust violations (should we call them Goople?); Microsoft announces 3,000 job cuts; and if you live in Menlo Park, you could be getting an extra foreclosure safety net.
Facebook has finally grown up and is moving its 850 employees… back to college? Well, to Stanford Research Park. SF Business Times
Microsoft announces 3,000 job cuts. CNET
South Carolina Attorney General threatens Craigslist with prosecution if the ads related to pornography and prostitution are not taken down. Chron
LA-based Live Nation selling three Boston venues to pay off debt. Chron
Reports indicate a tough time ahead for Bay Area biotech companies. Chron
San Mateo County tries to get the $155 million lost with Lehman’s bankruptcy back from federal government. Chron
San Mateo-based Menlo Worldwide lands deal with Curves gym. SF Business Times
After sharing board members, Apple and Google are being investigated by the FTC for anti-trust violations. SF Business Times
Could Apple really buy Twitter? Gawker
An Apple job posting incites speculation that 3G will be added to Macs. CNET
Blackberry Storm will be getting LogMeIn remote access. CNET
The showdown between builders and historic preservationists in SF. Curbed
Menlo Park will consider buying out foreclosures from banks. Chron
New pedestrian-friendly Rockridge Safeway designs are announced. Chron
What did we miss? Let us know.