Ethan Baron, East Bay Times

Ethan Baron

East Bay Times

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Recent:
  • East Bay Times
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • ChicoER
Past:
  • Whittier Daily News
  • Daily Bulletin
  • Vallejo Times-Herald
  • The Denver Post
  • SGV Tribune
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • Poets&Quants
  • Mercury-Register
  • Vacaville Reporter
  • NewsFactor
  • and more…

Recent articles by Ethan:

Tesla Model 3s also suffer dangerous sudden acceleration, lawsuit claims

‘A defect causes the Model X, Model S, and Model 3 to accelerate suddenly without prompting from the driver,’ lawsuit alleges. → Read More

‘Blacks Need Not Apply’ sign would be appropriate for Oracle HQ, lawsuit claims

Lawsuit points to Congressional criticism, federal government lawsuit against Redwood City software giant. → Read More

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes’ fraud case: Mattis, Kissinger, Murdoch are possible witnesses

Wall Street Journal owner Murdoch listed as someone who could testify about the ‘threatening, influencing, or vilifying’ of journalists. → Read More

Cisco allowed caste-based discrimination against engineer of Indian origin, state of California alleges

State employment regulator alleges tech giant allowed upper-caste supervisors to discriminate against an engineer from the caste formerly known as ‘untouchable.’ → Read More

Tesla CEO Musk wrong about coronavirus testing: UC Berkeley expert

Musk, a high-profile critic of coronavirus responses, took aim at testing and missed, infectious-diseases specialist suggests. → Read More

Mountain View tech firm to go ‘remote-first’ after lessons learned from coronavirus pandemic

Move by website Q&A firm comes amid moves by Silicon Valley giants toward continued remote work, and a commercial real estate giant’s report finding most workers favor distributed workpla… → Read More

H-1B: Government issues first-ever official estimate of visa population in U.S.

After an order by President Donald Trump suspending entry of H-1Bs, federal government provides number believed living here now. → Read More

H-1B and Mountain View: Chinese visa fraudster with alleged luxury tastes gets three years in prison

Mother of Weiyun ‘Kelly’ Huang claimed her daughter deserved leniency as she was trying to help pay medical debt, but feds claimed Huang spent big at Prada, Chanel. → Read More

Massive firms pull ads from Facebook over ‘hateful’ and ‘racist’ content

Boycott campaign has already attracted major outdoors-products firms and iconic ice cream maker. → Read More

Revolt against Facebook: Iconic ice cream maker joins outdoors-industry giants in pulling ads

Civil rights groups’ campaign centers on claims Facebook profits from amplifying hate, and allows behaviors such as voter suppression. → Read More

H-1B: Minimal effects expected from Trump’s visa suspensions, green card freeze

Coronavirus pandemic has already largely shut down movement of foreign workers, immigrants into the U.S., experts say. → Read More

H-1B: Minimal effects expected from Trump’s visa suspensions, green card freeze

Coronavirus pandemic has already largely shut down movement of foreign workers, immigrants into the U.S., experts say. → Read More

H-1B: Silicon Valley blasts Trump’s Monday order suspending visas

President says economy will need several months of recovery ‘to restore stable labor demand.’ → Read More

Silence in the elevator, we’re having a pandemic: Bay Area tech giant’s coronavirus return-to-office plan

Bringing workers back to offices while the coronavirus pandemic continues will be complicated, and some changes are expensive: epidemiologist → Read More

Coronavirus: Do I have to go back to the office when it reopens?

Re-opening economy raises questions about temperature checks, sick workers, mandatory vaccination, unemployment benefits and more. → Read More

Coronavirus: Do I have to go back to the office when it reopens?

Re-opening economy raises questions about temperature checks, sick workers, mandatory vaccination, unemployment benefits and more. → Read More

Coronavirus: Do you have to go back to the office when it re-opens?

Re-opening economy raises questions about temperature checks, sick workers, mandatory vaccination, unemployment benefits and more. → Read More

Coronavirus: Do you have to go back to the office when it re-opens?

Answeing questions about the new rules, including everything from disclosing workplace cases to temperature screening. → Read More

Coronavirus lawsuit: Bay Area Amazon groceries warehouse a threat to workers, public

Warehouse too cramped for workers to meet production quotas and practice social distancing, lawsuit alleges. → Read More

Uptick in Santa Clara County coronavirus hospitalizations ‘likely’ from easing restrictions: Dr. Sara Cody

The current number remains significantly lower than the California Department of Public Health count of about 100 in the days immediately preceding the May 22 health order easing restrictions. → Read More