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Carly Fiorina announces presidential bid


    May 4, 2015--Former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina intends to run for president.
    The Republican and one-time chied executive of HP formally launched a 2016 White House bid this morning in an interview on ABC's "Good Morning America".
    She went on to say she believes the country is ready for an outsider after years of political gridlock in Washington, and had some sharp words for Democratic candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton over the attack in Benghazi and Clinton's personal email and server.  Full Story
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Chuck Robbins named next CEO of Cisco Systems


    May 4, 2015--Cisco Systems has named John Chambers' successor as CEO of the company.
    Cisco's senior vice president of world-wide operations, Chuck Robbins, will take the reins as CEO at the end of July, when John Chambers steps down from the post.
    Robbins has been with the San Jose-based company since 1997, and in a video Cisco made to announce him as the next CEO, he said where the company is going excites him:
    Chambers will remain with Cisco as chairman.  Full Story

San Jose 2015-16 operating budget proposal released


    May 4, 2015--The proposed 2015-2016 operating budget for the city of San Jose has been released by Interim City Manager Norberto Duenas.  
    The proposed budget is $1.03 billion, which is about nine percent less than last year.
    The proposal includes adding 169 positions throughout the city including 26 community service officers in the police department.
    Library services will also see a net increase of 28 positions as branches will be open from 4 to 6 days a week starting in July.
    A 5.5 percent increase is recommended for the sewer service and use charge to address capital investments in the sanitary sewer system.  Full Story

Thousands come to county fairgrounds for Cinco de Mayo celebration


    May 4, 2015--The annual Cinco de Mayo celebration at the Santa Clara County fairgrounds in San Jose is estimated to have drawn a crowd of about 10,000 people this year.
    Organizers say the event yesterday is a regional event, with people coming from all over the Bay Area.
    The estimated attendance of 10,000 is down from a peak of 15,000 a few years ago.
    The Cinco de Mayo celebration has been held at the county fairgrounds since 2011, when it moved from downtown San Jose.  Full Story



 
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