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    Twitter shares tumble to all-time low

    With earnings two days away, Twitter's stock hits new low following concerns about timeline changes 
    India's telecom regulator ruled against cellular operators offering plans that charge different rates for access to the Web depending on the content -- a setback to Facebook's push for its limited Internet plan in the South Asian nation.  
    As the Super Bowl 50 players and fans made their way to Levi's Stadium Sunday, Bay Area traffic and transit intelligensia braced for a massive barrage of automotive metal on all roads leading to Santa Clara, but as of 1 p.m., everything was running smoothly.  
    State regulators, alarmed by a nonstop leak of a gas well in Southern California, have issued emergency regulations and orders for inspections of all gas wells in California, including those owned by PG&E, which said Sunday that it is in compliance with most of the new rules.  
    Plans to build an enclosed Asian-themed mall and hotel on a portion of the partly-vacant McCarthy Ranch Marketplace have only inched along since the project was approved by the city two years ago.  
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    Twitter is now using spam-fighting technology to seek out accounts that might be promoting terrorist activity and is examining other accounts related to those flagged for possible removal, the company announced Friday.  
    Help is on the way in the form of federal disaster loans for commercial fishermen who have suffered financial losses from California's canceled commercial Dungeness crab season this year.  
    The attorney for a trustee handling the bankruptcy of fine wine purveyor Premier Cru confirmed Friday that the FBI has launched an investigation into claims of a wine pyramid scheme at the Berkeley business and that the trustee is cooperating.  
    Star Seattle Seahawks running back and Oakland native Marshawn Lynch attended the grand opening Friday of his first brick-and-mortar store, on Broadway in his hometown.  
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    Court case, zero-rating programs threaten to undermine the Federal Communications Commission's new Open Internet rules  
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    Review: 'Satchmo' goes behind Louis Armstrong's happy facade

    The solo show 'Satchmo' by Terry Teachout depicts jazz legend Louis Armstrong reflecting on his bittersweet life and music; it plays at American Conservatory Theater through Feb. 7