cxense, inc.

20 n. san mateo drive, suite 3
san mateo, california 94401

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MARCH 21, 2014




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2014 - CXENSE, INC.


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  • Mid-century modern in San Mateo looks the way it did when it was built in the 1950s
    By Anna Marie Erwert - Wednesday Jul 5, 2017

    This immaculate, carefully preserved mid-century modern has had only one owner since it was built in 1956 in San Mateo’s Sunset Terrace. It’s one of 12 homes in the neighborhood known as a “Mogie,”so named for their Danish architect Mogens Mogensen who was recognized for his clean, modern design and Scandinavian aesthetic. This owner is

    Source: On The Block Real Estate Blog
  • Tom Brady wonderfully awkward in unearthed 1st interview
    By Mark W. Sanchez - Saturday Jul 15, 2017

    Before five Super Bowl rings, Deflategate, Gisele and chiseling his name as possibly the best quarterback of all time, Tom Brady was just a teenager trying to pull off an oversized short-sleeve button-up number. The Patriots legend’s high school, San Mateo Junípero Serra in California, tweeted out a video Thursday of what is possibly Brady’s...

    Source: New York Post: Sports
  • Marin, San Mateo County sue big oil over climate change
    By Kurtis Alexander - Monday Jul 17, 2017

    Two Bay Area counties and a Southern California city concerned about rising sea levels sued 37 of the world’s biggest oil and coal companies Monday, claiming the fossil fuel giants are literally putting them under water and should pay for the damage.Lawyers for the three communities worked together to make the case that greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuel development are directly tied to the climate-related problems facing coastal areas, from more frequent flooding and beach erosion to the possibility that water will inundate roads, airports, sewage treatment plants and other real estate.The two Bay Area counties and Imperial Beach are seeking to show that the energy companies have created a public nuisance — legally, something that causes widespread harm.The suit claims that energy company executives knew for nearly 50 years that fossil fuel development was warming the planet, but consistently denied it and sought to discredit scientific findings that human activity was heating Earth’s atmosphere.A 2008 lawsuit filed by the small Alaskan village of Kivalina claimed that about two dozen energy companies not only created a public nuisance by causing coastal flooding but also worked together to hide the effects of greenhouse gas emissions.The case was tossed, with a federal appeals court determining that the federal Clean Air Act should govern greenhouse gases, not public nuisance doctrine.“The environmental harm these companies knowingly caused to our precious shorelines, and the entire world, and their deliberate efforts to conceal those frightening truths, jeopardizes the public’s health and places the financial burden of those consequences on the taxpayers,” San Mateo County Supervisor Don Horsley said in a statement.

    Source: Bay Area News
  • Vivace Therapeutics Comes Out of Stealth With $25M for Cancer Drugs
    By Frank Vinluan - Wednesday Jun 28, 2017

    Vivace Therapeutics, a San Mateo, CA-based biotech that has kept quiet about its research until now, has reached across the Pacific Ocean to close $25 million in financing to support its work developing drugs to target two different mechanisms of cancer biology. New investor Cenova Capital, based in China, led the Series B round of […]

    Source: Xconomy VC, Deals, & Startups Feed
  • Food & Wine Magazine Will Leave New York for Alabama
    By STEPHANIE STROM - Friday Jun 23, 2017

    The move reflects a changing business in which traditional food magazines, and a Manhattan address, are less important.

    Source: NYT > Home Page
  • Names & Faces: Julian Edelman, Kyrie Irving
    By Chronicle News Services - Tuesday Jul 18, 2017

    The two-time Super Bowl-winning 5-foot-10 wide receiver long ago proved to the rest of the NFL that he belonged.The College of San Mateo alum finally has convinced a teacher that he had made a wise career move.If the Cavaliers flip the script on the Warriors and roll to the NBA title next season behind the could-be Finals MVP guard, the blame might be placed firmly at the feet of “NBA 2K 18.”The video-game makers are slowly revealing this year’s player rankings for the soon-to-be-released game.

    Source: Top Sports Stories
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