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Posted: Wednesday, January 29, 2014 8:39 am | Updated: 1:55 pm, Fri Jan 31, 2014.

SAN FRANCISCO — The epicenter of the income inequality debate has shifted 2,600 miles west, from Wall Street to Market Street.

Whether it’s protesters targeting Twitter’s new San Francisco headquarters and Google’s buses or the criticism against these agitators by former venture capitalist Tom Perkins, the Bay Area’s technology industry is attracting the kind of attention often reserved for New York’s moneyed elite.

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  • Lucianne Braxton posted at 12:14 am on Tue, Mar 4, 2014.

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    Forbes stated that net-worth of super rich Americans has climbed up last year. Learn more about income gap.

     

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