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  • Hacker-Threat Sharing Has Companies Waiting Amid Breaches

    President Barack Obama’s plan to protect the U.S. from hackers was supposed to let more companies access classified data on computer threats so banks, utilities and other targets would be able to boost their cybersecurity.

  • Ex-Lehman Muni Chief Taylor Leaves UC to Lead Foundation

    Peter J. Taylor, the former head of public finance for Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. who has been the chief financial officer of the University of California system since 2009, is stepping down to lead an educational foundation, the university said.

  • Napolitano Resigning Amid U.S. Immigration Debate

    Janet Napolitano’s departure as head of the Homeland Security Department leaves President Barack Obama seeking a successor to run an agency at the center of his second-term push to revamp U.S. immigration law.

  • Arizona’s Jan Brewer Won’t Seek Another Term as Governor

    Arizona Governor Jan Brewer said she won’t seek a constitutional change that would allow her to run for a third term.

  • California Treasurer Readies $750 Million University Bond

    The University of California is preparing to sell $750 million of bonds this month, the first debt offering since September for the system now led by former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.

  • Homeland Security Working to Fight Cyberattacks, Napolitano Says

    The Obama administration is working “full-bore” on helping the business and government agencies confront the threat of cyberattacks, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said today.

  • Napolitano Choice for UC President Favors Clout Over Academics

    Janet Napolitano’s national profile and government experience trump the fact that she’s never held an academic post as she prepares to lead the financially challenged University of California, college administrators and professors said.

  • Napolitano Says No Clemency for Edward Snowden

    The former head of the Department of Homeland Security said Edward Snowden doesn’t deserve clemency for exposing the broad reach of U.S. surveillance programs.

  • Napolitano Calls for Defeat of Amendment on Border Security

    Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano urged Senate rejection of an amendment to delay pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants until the U.S. has “full operational control” of its border, saying in an interview with Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt,” airing this weekend, that the proposal is “the wrong way to go” in a bill to revise immigration law.

  • Napolitano Says Cornyn Border Proposal ‘Wrong Way to Go’

    The Senate should reject an amendment offered by Republican Senator John Cornyn that would block a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants until the U.S. has “full operational control” of its border, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said.

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