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Mike Schroepfer, Facebook's chief technology officer, plans to step down in 2022 - Silicon Valley Business Journal
SAN FRANCISCO - Facebook on Wednesday said that Mike Schroepfer, the chief technology officer and a longtime executive, planned to step down from his position next year, in a rare change to the top ranks of the social network.
Solar power trade group sues California over new rules requiring electricians do installations - Silicon Valley Business Journal
Fearing that growth in California's solar power sector could grind to a halt, the association representing the industry has sued the state over a new requirement that installers be "certified electricians."
Secrets of the Washington Post Peloton Account, Revealed! | Washingtonian (DC)
I spent a lot of 2021 obsessed with one of the nation's weirdest media mysteries: Who, exactly, was behind the Washington Post's Peloton account?
Scott Lay, chronicler of California politics with a must-read newsletter, dies at 48
Scott Lay, an attorney by training, a fierce advocate for community colleges and the author of a must-read newsletter in the state Capitol, has died at 48.
San Jose State to pay $1.6 million to 13 students in sexual harassment case - Silicon Valley Business Journal
Editor's note: This story is available as a result of a content partnership with The New York Times.
Yo! Want to build your YouTube brand? Follow these 9 steps
Growing a YouTube channel with creative content is truly exciting, especially for creative types.
Creative inspirations come often and they can be enlightening.
The perfect Email Marketing Campaign + Ideas You Need for 2021
Depending on your source, Ray Tomlinson's first email, sent in 1971 or 1978, signalled the start of the modern communication era.
'Anonymous' hackers claim to hit website hosting firm popular with Proud Boys
(CNN)The hacking collective Anonymous last week claimed to have stolen and leaked reams of data held by Epik, a website hosting firm popular with far-right organizations like the Proud Boys.
You can now pay $3.99 per month to hear Marvel podcasts early
SiriusXM is using Apple Podcasts to sell more subscriptions, specifically subscriptions for Marvel content.
Marvel shows are now available through Apple Podcast subscriptions
and have opened a new Apple Podcasts channel, which includes a paid tier. The free Marvel channel includes Marvel's Wolverine: The Long Nightand the sequel, Marvel's Wolverine: The Lost Trail.