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online.wsj.com - 4 readers - Amazon.com said Tuesday it doesn't expect a quick resolution of a contract dispute with Hachette Book Group that has led to Amazon restricting the sale of some Hachette titles.
techcrunch.com - 4 readers - Ready for an update from the no-surprise department? Microsoft isn't keen to sell either its Xbox or search businesses. Today at the CODE Conference..
online.wsj.com - 3 readers - Facebook's acquisition of messaging service WhatsApp is facing a potential antitrust review in Europe after the company asked the European Commission to look into the $19 billion deal to try and avoid potentially burdensome competition probes in multiple European Union countries.
wired.com - 3 readers, 1 Tweets - Before joining Microsoft and becoming one of its most important software engineers, Mark Russinovich was in the business of pissing the company off. This was the late 1990s, when Microsoft dominated the tech world, its Windows operating systems running so many of the world’s computers, from desktops and laptops to corporate workstations and serv...
techcrunch.com - 3 readers - Lots of Google executives are at the Re/Code Code conference in Rancho Palos Verdes this week. But at least one of them won't be a Google executive for very..
techcrunch.com - 3 readers, 1 Tweets - When foursquare split its app into two and launched Swarm, I decided to take some time before sharing thoughts on the app. As a New Yorker who has never been..
adage.com - 2 readers - Facebook wants to sell ads to 25 million small businesses, but this plan could backfire if it doesn't teach them about branding first.
online.wsj.com - 5 readers - The social network site Facebook was widely inaccessible in Thailand on Wednesday, prompting speculation that the Thai military had blocked access to it to prevent expressions of dissent over last week's coup. The military denied blocking the site.