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Microsoft and Nokia talked about a joint bid for Research In Motion, a report says.
Lady Gaga is the top-earning woman in music, bringing in $90 million between May 2010 and May 2011, according to Forbes.
The company's senior vice president of product development Deep Nishar says LinkedIn's rolls are growing rapidly.
Netflix is raising an additional $200 million in capital through the sell of zero coupon convertible notes.
Landing a job at daily deal site and Groupon competitor LivingSocial is like surviving an American Idol tryout.
Robert De Niro will play hedge fund Ponzi scheme operator Bernie Madoff in an upcoming movie from HBO.
No wonder the Groupon IPO is reportedly to be oversubscribed: bankers are using crazy earnings estimates to sell the deal.
Groupon gave its employees bad information about their ability to sell company shares after the IPO deal.
HTC and Samsung have both grown their market share more than 50%, while Apple's has shrunk slightly. But RIM? It's down by almost two-thirds.