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Uber Appeals Pennsylvania Utility Regulator's $11.4M Fine

PITTSBURGH (AP) – Ride-hailing company Uber is asking state utility regulators to reconsider the record-setting $11.4 million fine they issued against it.

The Public Utility Commission fined San Francisco-based Uber in April for operating in Pennsylvania for six months in 2014 without the required approval. 363 more words

News

State responds to looming deadline of Hawaiian Electric-NextEra deal


With a big deadline looming and possible interest in another company, what will NextEra Energy do about its proposed deal with Hawaiian Electric?

NextEra can walk away from its proposed takeover after June 3. 305 more words

News

Dealing With Finals Week Stress

By Andrea James

Finals week is a dark time that happens regularly in a college student’s life, and sometimes you just need a little help coping. 466 more words

Pacific Union College

Summer Classes at PUC Could Be For You

As students gear up for the fast approaching week of finals, most are excited to wave goodbye to school and head off to warmer weather, catching up on sleep, and days at the beach. 309 more words

Pacific Union College

More @CaliforniaPUC crimes revealed - ratepayers screwed again

Finally, there’s some very good news on the California Public Utilities Commission front.

The CPUC announced that agency Commissioner Catherine J.K. Sandoval and Administrative Law Judge Maribeth A. 103 more words

Opinions

So Many Clubs, So Little Time!

By Catherine Villa

There are many different opportunities for students to meet other students with similar interests at PUC, and picking a club to join is just one of those ways. 296 more words

Pacific Union College

PUC is going to make PG&E customers pay for San Bruno blast

PG&E customers face the forbidding prospect of higher power bills due to a regulatory proposal Thursday night that would raise rates to improve PG&E’s gas system, under scrutiny after a fatal explosion in San Bruno. 44 more words

Sacramento Update