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Potential Setback for Apple in E-Books Case
In a potential major setback for Apple, a federal judge who will preside over a coming antitrust trial that will determine whether it engaged in a conspiracy to raise prices for e-books said the government is likely able to prove its case against the computer maker.
Iran Hacks Energy Firms, U.S. Says
Iranian-backed hackers have escalated a campaign of cyberassaults against U.S. corporations by launching infiltration and surveillance missions, according to current and former U.S. officials.
H-P Has a Long, Hard Slog Ahead
Promising quarterly results sent H-P's shares up more than 17% on Thursday, but checking off the next agenda items are likely to prove even tougher for H-P.
Pandora Media First-Quarter Loss Widens
Pandora Media's fiscal first-quarter loss widened as the Internet-radio provider's rising expenses continued to outpace revenue.
FTC Begins Google Display-Ad Probe
The Federal Trade Commission has begun to examine complaints by rivals of Google Inc. that the Internet giant abused its power in the market for selling online-graphical and video ads.
Dish Secures $9 Billion in Financing for Sprint Bid
Dish signed commitment letters for about $9 billion in financing for its $25.5 billion bid for Sprint Nextel.
Google Copies Amazon's Playbook
Google increasingly appears to be following Amazon's lead in such services as a new e-commerce site, cloud computing and services for online shoppers.
Cost Controls Help Lenovo Profit
Chinese personal-computer maker Lenovo Group's fiscal fourth-quarter profit rose 90% from a year earlier, setting it apart from an industry that is struggling with weak demand.
AT&T Imposes New Wireless Fee
AT&T has added a new monthly administrative fee of 61 cents to the bills of all of its contract wireless lines as of May 1, a move that could bring in more than a half-billion dollars in annual revenue to the telecom giant.
Wary of China, U.S. Steps Into Sprint's Board
SoftBank is readying a plan to allow the U.S. government an unusual level of influence over the operations of Sprint, a concession to ease security concerns raised by the proposed cross-border takeover.
Online Gambling Bets on Return to U.S.
PokerStars, the largest online poker company in the world, is playing a difficult hand: Just two years after being shut down in the U.S. it wants to return to the table.
Clearwire Doesn't Expect Dish to Top Sprint's Bid
Clearwire said it hasn't had 'substantive' talks with Dish Network since last month, and doesn't expect the satellite-TV operator to top Sprint's sweetened offer for the wireless broadband provider, which Clearwire supports.
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