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Verizon Earnings Double as Wireless Data Business Surges

Strategy Chief Shane Robison to Retire From Hewlett-Packard

Would the Real Maker of the iPhone’s Camera Please Stand Up?

Nokia Beats Views as Low-End Shines

AT&T’s Quarter: Great, Except No New iPhone

AT&T Profits Fall on Slowdown in iPhone Activations

Apple’s iPhone 4S Cracked Open, Money Spills Out

Say, When Did Apple Become an Enterprise Company?

Apple: Was It Really So Bad?

Apple Results Fall Short of Consensus

Dropbox Lands $250 Million Funding Round (And Once Spurned Interest From Steve Jobs)

Earnings Preview: That’s One Big, Powerful Apple

Tidemark Comes Out of Stealth With Funding from Greylock, Andreessen Horowitz

IBM Results Fall Short of Forecasts

How Long Can IBM Keep Going Like This?

Former Data Domain CEO Frank Slootman Gets His Old Band Back Together

Talking Science Fiction and Fact With Intel Futurist Brian David Johnson (Video)

Goldman: iPad + Slowing Economy = Lousy PC Sales

Hewlett-Packard’s PC Market Share Grows, Raising Questions About Those Spinoff Plans

Oracle’s Larry Ellison, HP’s Ray Lane and the Art of the Dart (Video)

Former Salesforce CTO Craig Weissman Joins Benchmark Capital

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The problem with the Billionaire Savior phase of the newspaper collapse has always been that billionaires don’t tend to like the kind of authority-questioning journalism that upsets the status quo.

— Ryan Chittum, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review about the promise of Pierre Omidyar’s new media venture with Glenn Greenwald