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The Elon Musk-led company said on Monday cars ordered after Jan. 1 will be limited to about 1,000 miles worth of credits at its supercharging stations. After credits are used, owners will have to pay fees. Comment?
A Czech court sentenced U.S. citizen Kevin Dahlgren to life in prison on Wednesday for stabbing to death a family of four of his relatives whom he had been visiting in 2013. The court handed Dahlgren, 24, from Palo Alto, California, the maximum penalty for murdering his Czech aunt, uncle and two male cousins aged 23 and 17 in the city of Brno, then attempting to burn their bodies. Comment?
Nike has a lease out on 140 West St., for somewhere between 40,000 and 65,000 square feet of the building's 100,000 square feet of retail. And guess who wants it if they walk away? The 1927 Ralph Walker-designed Art Deco tower is the historic Verizon headquarters where the top floors are being redeveloped into luxury condominiums by Ben Shaoul's Magnum Real Estate Group and CIM with a separate address of 100 Barclay St. Nike, which is represented by Joanne Podell at Cushman & Wakefield, has been slowly negotiating this deal for over a year but despite sources saying there's a lease ready to ink, it is yet to pull the trigger. Comment?
Plume's "pods" plug plug directly into wall sockets and boost the quality of Wi-Fi signal throughout the house. Silicon Valley startup Plume is looking to disrupt the much-maligned Wi-Fi router by splitting it in two - and tossing half of it into the cloud. Comment?
A juror who helped convict a former Stanford University student-athlete of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman complained to the judge about his "ridiculously lenient" six-month jail sentence, which the juror said made a mockery of the panel's verdict, a newspaper reported Monday. The Palo Alto Weekly published a letter that the juror sent Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Aaron Persky over the weekend to convey his shock and disappointment over the sentence 20-year-old Brock Turner received "It seems to me that you really did not accept the jury's findings," he wrote to the judge. Comment?
The billionaire's Tesla Motors denied there were possible suspension problems with its electric cars - and added in a bizarre blog post that a customer who complained lived on a "long, dirt road" that may have caused "very abnormal rust" on the suspension ball of his Model S. "When we got the car, it was caked in dirt," Tesla said, adding that two tow trucks were needed to retrieve the faulty vehicle. The electric-car maker was on the defensive following reports on Thursday that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration had inquired about the Model S's suspensions in April. Comment?
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