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San Jose city manager Ed Shikada resigns

    December 18,2014--San Jose city manager Ed Shikada has decided to turn in his keys to city hall, amid alleged reports that his job may have been in jeopardy.
    Ed Shikada will step down effective January 1st, after serving for one year as the city's top appointed official. 
    The City council will consider finding a temporary replacement for Shikada at a special meeting set for Friday afternoon. 
    Sources say that Shikada chose to resign after learning that the city council was allegedly planning to fire him at that same meeting. 
    Shikada's exit could signal a major set of shakeups at city hall in the near future, with Mayor Elect Sam Liccardo set to take office in less than two weeks. 
    In a statement, the former city manager says he understands "the City Council's desire for a change in management approach."  Full Story

Ray McDonald released from 49ers after being named sexual assault suspect in SJ

    December 18, 2014--San Francisco 49er Ray McDonald has been released after being named as a sexual assault suspect by San Jose police.
    Officer Albert Morales tells KLIV a woman has alleged that McDonald sexually assaulted her on Monday.
    Morales says the investigation is ongoing and no further information is being released at this time. 
  Earlier this year, McDonald was investigated following allegations of domestic violence but the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office decided not to file charges.     
    Speaking to the Media yesterday, 49ers General Manager Trent Balkee said he called McDonald around 11:30 a.m. to tell him he was off the team.  Full Story  

Couple hold woman at gunpoint in Fremont

    December 18, 2014--A couple is on the loose after allegedly holding a woman at gunpoint in Fremont.
    Police say the robbers went to the woman's home on Logan Drive late Tuesday morning and knocked on the front door. 
    When the woman answered, police say one of the suspects brandished a gun and demanded to be let in. 
    The two robbers made off with cash and some designer purses, then took off on foot towards Stevenson Boulevard. 
    The victim says she thought the robbers were door to door sales reps.
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Tipalti moving to Silicon Valley

    December 18, 2014--Global payments startup, Tipalti, has announced they are moving their headquarters from Southern California to downtown Palo Alto.
    The move to the South Bay is due to the company wanting to be closer to clients and to potential investors.
    Tipalti is an automated payments company which makes it easier for clients to pay vendors, suppliers or customers in 190 countries while ensuring tax and regulatory requirements are met.
    The company currently has eleven workers in Palo Alto and 26 worldwide.  Full Story

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