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9 facts that show just how wealthy Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg really is

Mark Zuckerberg's net worth dropped nearly $10 billion in just a week. The drop came after Coca-Cola and other major companies suspended advertising with the social-media giant. Zuckerberg's net worth, an estimated $82.3 billion, is largely tied to his Facebook stock. Even with Facebook's ad boycott issues, the site's cofounder is still plenty rich. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Mark Zuckerberg's net worth dropped by nearly $10 billion in just a week after , Starbucks, ...
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Mark Zuckerberg's net worth dropped nearly $10 billion in just a week as an advertiser boycott sinks Facebook's share price. Here's how the CEO makes and spends his fortune.

Advertisers including Verizon, Honda, and Ben & Jerry's are boycotting Facebook over the social network's lack of hate-speech moderation. The boycott is sinking both Facebook's share price and CEO Mark Zuckerberg's net worth. Zuckerberg has a net worth of $82.3 billion, making him the fourth-richest person in the world. Zuckerberg drives an affordable car and wears basic clothes, but appears to splurge on real estate, buying houses and then buying the surrounding properties for privacy.  Zu...
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Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Lake Tahoe, Nevada

Photo submitted by Stefano Barberi, “This Picture was taken on the Flume Trail overlooking Lake Tahoe, near my new home of Reno. I’ve been racing bikes professionally since 2003 and this is still probably the most beautiful place I have had a chance to ride!” We always love seeing photos from where you are riding […] The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Lake Tahoe, Nevada appeared first on Bikerumor.
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Record 27% of Homebuyers Look to Relocate as Pandemic Accelerates Trend Toward Affordable, Less Dense Areas

A growing share of Redfin users look to leave the Bay Area, Washington, DC and Seattle for places like Sacramento, Las Vegas and Nashville Seattle, WA –  June 25, 2020 (PRNewswire) (NASDAQ: RDFN) — A record 27.0% of home searchers looked to move to another metro area in April and May 2020, according to a new report from Redfin (www.redfin.com), the technology-powered real estate brokerage. This marks a new high in the share of Redfin.com users searching for homes outside their area, up from ...
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Sacramento County Public Health Officer Says Family Gatherings Are Still Not Allowed

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — There is no shortage of opinions about how to handle family gatherings during the pandemic. “You have to be careful about the number of total people,” Kelsey Riley in East Sacramento said. “I think some of that depends on your family. I have a lot of older family members,” Christin O’Cuddehy in East Sacramento said. “I think in an ideal world, honestly, we wouldn’t be having many family gatherings,” Melanie Thomas in East Sacramento said. But what are the general guidelines?...
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Moving companies are Silicon Valley's new booming businesses as techies flee town to work remotely

Business for moving companies in the San Francisco Bay Area is booming. Services are in high demand as tech workers leave the region now that they can work remotely because of COVID-19. The shift illustrates how the pandemic will reshape Silicon Valley for years to come. Entire companies are ditching their offices and moving their furniture into storage as they pivot to remote-first business models. As the pandemic rages on, increasing numbers of tech workers are ditching Silicon Valley. It h...
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As remote work transforms Silicon Valley, moving companies are making a fortune helping tech workers flee to smaller towns and putting their startups' office furniture into storage

  Business for moving companies in the San Francisco Bay Area is booming. Services are in high demand as tech workers leave the region now that they can work remotely because of COVID-19. The shift illustrates how the pandemic will reshape Silicon Valley for years to come. Entire companies are ditching their offices and moving their furniture into storage as they pivot to remote-first business models. As the pandemic rages on, increasing numbers of tech workers are ditching Silicon Valley. It...
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Best places to camp in all 50 states

If ever there were a time to head outdoors, this is it. Camping is already our national pastime, but this year it may just be our savior — as we seek places where we can actually travel to and achieve some of the serenity we all need. We’ve been taking a good look at camping as of late, everything from pitching a tent, taking the kids, and camping permit-free or in an RV. Here, we bring it all together to let you know our very favorite places to camp, whether by crashing ocean waves or on a l...
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Welcome Back: South Lake Tahoe Welcome Tourists Again

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE (CBS13) — Just weeks ago over Memorial Day weekend, the City of South Lake Tahoe was telling people to stay away. Now they’re ready to welcome visitors back once again, hoping to recover after months of closure. “It felt good to get out again and try to capture some sort of normalcy,” Mikki Ruiz said, who was visiting from Auburn. She and Daniel Ruiz are enjoying their first major outing since the pandemic began. This time, though, felt different. “It’s not the same place,” Dani...
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Best luxury cabin rentals in the US

Howling winds and jagged rocks poking at your back don’t exactly make for a good night’s sleep. Add the omnipresent possibility of a bear encounter, and you’re off the hook if tucking into a thin layer of canvas for the night just isn’t your thing. You’re not off the hook for bashing on nature, however, so, fortunately, it’s totally doable to seclude yourself away from the civilized world without sacrificing the bed-laden comforts and four walls you’re used to. These cabin escapes spare you ...
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El Dorado County Rescinds Tahoe Travel Ban, State Still Restricting Nonessential Travel

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE (CBS13) — El Dorado County rescinded its nonessential travel ban to South Lake Tahoe Wednesday, but tourists are still discouraged from visiting the area. The statewide public health order still bans nonessential travel. “I cannot emphasize this enough: people should not come to Lake Tahoe unless they have an essential purpose for doing so,” El Dorado County Public Health Officer Dr. Nancy Williams said.  Dr. Williams said traveling outside of one’s community is still a major ...
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Loosened Stay-At-Home Restrictions, Holiday Weekend To Test California

SAN DIEGO (AP) – George Cruz relaxed at an outdoor beach restaurant as a waitress wearing surgical gloves and a face covering rushed by, carrying a tray with a Pina Colada in a pineapple-shaped cup. An employee in a face covering stood nearby with cleaning supplies in his gloved hand, ready to sanitize any empty tables. The odd mix of pumping music, cocktails and health precautions did not seem to deter anyone. Beach House Grill – known for its ocean views and fire pits – was already filling up ...
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Daily Dispatch: How the pandemic is affecting second-home markets

On this episode of his podcast, Brad Inman talks to Lake Tahoe agent Amie Quirarte about how the pandemic is affecting the mindset of buyers and sellers in a luxury second-home market.
Tags: Radio, Lake Tahoe, Brad Inman, Select, Reconnect, Amie Quirarte


The remote-work boom born from the COVID-19 lockdown has prompted some tech workers to reconsider living in the Bay Area. The region's rivals see it as a growth opportunity.

  Coronavirus is prompting some tech workers to consider leaving the Bay Area. They're betting that permanent work-from-home policies will become more and more popular — lessening the troubled region's allure. Some realtors in other smaller cities across the Western US say they've seen an uptick in interest from Bay Area residents looking to decamp. And regional organisations and preparing to launch programs to attract remote workers to their states. Coronavirus has some tech workers reconsid...
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How to adapt your marketing to be sensitive

On any given day, consumers receive a barrage of marketing messages. So, how can you make sure that you stand out while staying authentic, helpful and empathetic to today's problems? One Lake Tahoe agent shares her success story.
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Best train travel routes in the US

It’s time to mix up the classic US road trip or the flyover bypass blitz. Train travel is making a comeback. There’s the old school romance and allure of riding the rails. But there’s also ditching a driver, not having to pull over to use the bathroom, ample legroom, and no TSA. Train travel’s carbon footprint is minuscule compared to flying or driving, so there’s no green guilt. Best of all, the US rail routes hit craveable bucket-list destinations across the nation. So heed the whistle and ...
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9 mind-blowing facts that show just how wealthy Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg really is

Mark Zuckerberg turns 36 today.  The Facebook cofounder and CEO has an estimated $76 billion net worth, according to Forbes. Zuckerberg's net worth is largely tied to his Facebook stock. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Facebook CEO and cofounder Mark Zuckerberg turns 36 today. Even though Zuckerberg's personal fortune has been on a rollercoaster ride since Facebook's catastrophic year in 2018, he still remains one of the world's richest people. His estimated net worth is c...
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Woman Faces Added Burglary During State Of Emergency Charge After Allegedly Squatting Inside Kings Beach Home

KINGS BEACH (CBS13) — A New York woman has been arrested on suspicion of breaking into and living in a North Lake Tahoe area home. The arrest happened last week in the Kings Beach area. According to the Placer County Sheriff’s Office, someone reported seeing an unknown person getting into a neighbor’s home through a window. Deputies showed up and the suspect, 30-year-old Ellen Maloney, was cooperative and came out to talk with them. However, deputies soon entered the home and found personal i...
Tags: New York, News, Local, Lake Tahoe, Los Angeles County, Placer County, North Lake Tahoe, Maloney, Kings Beach, Placer County Sheriff 's Office, Ellen Maloney


Woman Faces Added Burglary During State Of Emergency Charge After Allegedly Squatting At Lake Tahoe Home

KINGS BEACH (CBS13) — A New York woman has been arrested on suspicion of breaking into and living in a North Lake Tahoe area home. The arrest happened last week in the Kings Beach area. According to the Placer County Sheriff’s Office, someone reported seeing an unknown person getting into a neighbor’s home through a window. Deputies showed up and the suspect, 30-year-old Ellen Maloney, was cooperative and came out to talk with them. However, deputies soon entered the home and found personal i...
Tags: New York, News, Local, Lake Tahoe, Los Angeles County, Placer County, North Lake Tahoe, Maloney, Kings Beach, Placer County Sheriff 's Office, Ellen Maloney, Lake Tahoe Home


Newsom: As California Reopens, Best To Stay Close To Home

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California Gov. Gavin Newsom warned Wednesday it will “defeat the point” of letting some counties reopen more quickly than the state if they start attracting visitors from other areas with more restrictive measures still in place. “This is the big challenge: You open up in a dense, urban environment right next door to a community that’s not open, people start rushing into that dense urban environment and coming back into their community,” he said. “That’s why we want a ...
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Mountain bike trails by Sacramento

Sitting at the base of the Sierra Nevada foothills, California’s capital city of Sacramento provides access to hundreds of miles of single and doubletrack mountain bike terrain for riders of every ability. Easy trails along the river and canals can be found in the flat Sacramento valley while the foothills offer undulating flow trails for the more experienced mountain bikers. And those who really want to shred the gnar will find hair-raising downhills lined with rocks and roots. The area is ...
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South Lake Tahoe Proposes Plan To Reopen Its Economy

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE (CBS13) — It’s a resort community pushing the reset button. The city of South Lake Tahoe has drafted a letter addressed to the governor’s office requesting permission to begin reopening its economy. South Lake Tahoe Mayor Jason Collin says the city is ready for the change. “So our goal is to take the first step back toward reopening business,” Collin said. “We know we need to take small strategic steps.” Collin says he hopes the city can safely move quickly through the governor’...
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South Lake Tahoe Proposes Economic Reopening As County Defies Statewide Stay-At-Home Order

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE (CBS13) — It’s a resort community pushing the reset button. The city of South Lake Tahoe has drafted a letter addressed to the governor’s office requesting permission to begin reopening its economy. South Lake Tahoe Mayor Jason Collin says the city is ready for the change. “So our goal is to take the first step back toward reopening business,” Collin said. “We know we need to take small strategic steps.” Collin says he hopes the city can safely move quickly through the governor’...
Tags: News, Local, Syndicated Local, Lake Tahoe, Tahoe, South Lake Tahoe, Collin, Stateline Nevada, Barton Health, Coronavirus, Jason Collin, Coronavirus Reopening, Luca Genasci, Lake Tahoe AleWorX, Genasci, Nevada State Gaming Commission


Billionaire Larry Ellison is extending full pay and benefits for another month for hundreds of his employees who have been furloughed on the Hawaiian island he owns

Oracle cofounder Larry Ellison extended full pay and benefits for all his employees through May 31 on the Hawaiian island he owns, a spokesperson for his company on the island told Business Insider. Ellison owns a 98% stake in Lanai, the smallest inhabited island in Hawaii, which he bought for $300 million in 2012. The tech mogul owns the island's two Four Seasons hotels, which employ 850 people, another historic hotel, the water company, the cemetery, the main supermarket, and nearly a third ...
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As Their Stay-At-Home Order Expires, El Dorado County Extends Tahoe Travel Ban Indefinitely

EL DORADO COUNTY (CBS13) — El Dorado County announced Thursday it is extending the travel restriction to the Lake Tahoe Basin indefinitely. This comes as the county’s current stay-at-home order is set to expire at midnight. El Dorado County Public Health Officer Dr. Nancy Williams first ordered the Tahoe travel restriction on April 3 “to reduce the number of visitors and other non-fulltime residents in the basin. Williams said in a press release that all nonessential travel into the El Dorado Co...
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Oracle billionaire Larry Ellison bought a Hawaiian island for $300 million in 2012. He's paying full wages and benefits for the island's workers during the pandemic shutdown.

Oracle cofounder Larry Ellison has been paying full wages and benefits for workers on the Hawaiian island he owns as businesses remain closed during the coronavirus pandemic, Honolulu Civil Beat reported. Lanai, the smallest inhabited island in Hawaii, is home to 3,200 residents, two hotels, several restaurants, and other businesses. Ellison owns a 98% stake in the island that he bought for $300 million in 2012. He hopes to turn the island into a sustainable wellness laboratory. The tech mogul...
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El Dorado County Will Let Its Stay-At-Home Directive Expire, But Governor’s Order Still In Effect

PLACERVILLE (CBS13) — El Dorado County health officials say they will be letting their stay-at-home directive expire on Thursday. In a statement released on Tuesday, El Dorado County Public Health Officer Dr. Nancy Williams took note of how cooperative residents have been with the stay-at-home order – with only 43 cases of coronavirus confirmed. With the county seeing such positive results, Dr. Williams has decided to let her directive – which was an augment to the state’s order – expire. Howeve...
Tags: News, California, Local, Williams, Lake Tahoe, Gavin Newsom, El Dorado County, Placerville, Nancy Williams, Coronavirus, El Dorado County Public Health


Ex-California FBI Agent Accused Of Taking $200,000 In Bribes

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A retired FBI agent from Northern California was arrested Friday for allegedly taking more than $200,000 in bribes to pass law enforcement information to a lawyer with ties to organized crime, prosecutors announced. Babak Broumand, 53, of Lafayette in the San Francisco Bay Area was arrested on a charge of conspiracy to commit bribery of a public official that was filed in Los Angeles federal court, the U.S. attorney’s office said in a statement. Broumand could face up to five ...
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Kayaker Hospitalized In Serious Condition After Rescue From Lake Tahoe

LAKE TAHOE (CBS13) – A kayaker was hospitalized in serious condition after being rescued from Lake Tahoe on Wednesday afternoon, city officials said. The City of South Lake Tahoe said people on the beach called 911 at around 2:30 p.m. after they heard the victim yelling for help. (credit: City of South Lake Tahoe) “Police and firefighters arrived within minutes of the 911 call, immediately setting out onto the water to rescue the victim.” said Fire Chief Clive Savacool, “The high level...
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Coronavirus Fears Close Some Courts, Nix North Lake Tahoe July 4 Fireworks Show

RENO, Nev. (AP) — The biggest Fourth of July celebration on the north shore of Lake Tahoe has been canceled, the state Supreme Court is banning visitors and courts are closing for two weeks in a rural southern Nevada county after an employee tested positive for the coronavirus. The town of Incline Village on the Nevada side of the alpine lake that straddles the California-Nevada line determined it was too risky to move forward with vendor contracts that need to be signed at this time for the ann...
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