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In the wake of the ongoing financial crisis, the importance of stable jobs and reliable companies has been amplified in our minds. Many enterprises have endured challenges during this period, but Pacific Gas & Electric has faced particularly difficult times. In 2010, a gas line in San Francisco operated by PG&E exploded, leaving several dead and others homeless. The accident prompted a company-wide overhaul – from safety processes to information management—at a cost of $2.7 billion.



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