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Online Shopping Spiked 16.4% on Christmas Day

12/27/11 - 11:53 AM EST

A growing number of shoppers apparently need only the briefest of breaks before diving back in.

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Microsoft, Nokia Had Chat About Maybe Buying RIM

12/21/11 - 05:41 AM EST

Microsoft and Nokia talked about a joint bid for Research In Motion, a report says.

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Lady Gaga Earns $90 Million In a Year

12/16/11 - 04:11 PM EST

Lady Gaga is the top-earning woman in music, bringing in $90 million between May 2010 and May 2011, according to Forbes.

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LinkedIn Adds 10 New Members Every 5 Seconds

12/01/11 - 03:09 PM EST

The company's senior vice president of product development Deep Nishar says LinkedIn's rolls are growing rapidly.

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Netflix Needs to Raise Another $200M

11/21/11 - 05:20 PM EST

Netflix is raising an additional $200 million in capital through the sell of zero coupon convertible notes.

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Getting Hired by LivingSocial Like Going on American Idol

11/08/11 - 01:29 PM EST

Landing a job at daily deal site and Groupon competitor LivingSocial is like surviving an American Idol tryout.

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Robert De Niro to Play Bernie Madoff

11/07/11 - 02:03 PM EST

Robert De Niro will play hedge fund Ponzi scheme operator Bernie Madoff in an upcoming movie from HBO.

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Banks Using Insane Earnings Estimates to Sell Groupon

11/03/11 - 09:41 AM EDT

No wonder the Groupon IPO is reportedly to be oversubscribed: bankers are using crazy earnings estimates to sell the deal.

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Groupon IPO No Great Deal for Employees

11/02/11 - 05:05 PM EDT

Groupon gave its employees bad information about their ability to sell company shares after the IPO deal.

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RIM Has Totally Collapsed in the U.S.

11/01/11 - 06:07 AM EDT

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.

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