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  • Report: Microsoft near deal to buy Skype

    Microsoft Corp. is nearing a deal to buy the popular Internet telephone service Skype in what could be the biggest deal in the software maker's 36-year history, according to a published report.


  • LinkedIn looking for $32 to $35 per share in IPO

    Professional networking website LinkedIn Corp. hopes to sell its stock for $32 to $35 per share in an upcoming initial public offering. Its IPO may encourage other growing Internet services to make their stock market debuts during the next year.


  • LinkedIn to sell shares for $32 to $35 each in IPO

    Professional networking website LinkedIn Corp. plans to sell shares to investors for $32 to $35 each in an initial public offering, one of the first for a major U.S. social networking site.


  • Report: Microsoft near deal to buy Skype

    The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Microsoft Corp. is near a deal to buy Internet telephone service Skype in a deal that could be worth about $8.5 billion.


  • YouTube founders buy social-media analytics firm

    YouTube's founders have bought a company that makes software to help businesses keep track of what's being said about them on Facebook and Twitter.


  • YouTube adds 3,000 movies to double video rentals

    YouTube is doubling the size of its online video store in an expansion that will make more movies available for Internet streaming at the same time they're released on DVD.


  • LinkedIn hopes for $32 to $35 IPO shares

    Professional networking website LinkedIn Corp. hopes to sell its stock for $32 to $35 per share in an upcoming initial public offering. Its IPO may encourage other growing Internet services to make their stock market debuts during the next year.


  • Northrop Grumman unveils new intel airplane

    Northrop Grumman Corp. on Monday unveiled a new type of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft that can be flown either robotically or with a pilot aboard.


  • Illustration: Google by Linas Garsys for The Washington Times

    CLELAND: E-totalitarianism at Google

    Google Inc.'s "Don't Be Evil" slogan is seductive but misleading. It is the lowest business ethics standard ever devised, excusing everything Google does short of evil. Google isn't evil - but neither is it ethical.


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