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Amid Slower PC Sales, Chip Makers Intel and AMD Report Earnings

16 Arrested in Nationwide Hacker Crackdown

FBI Moves on Anonymous in New York and California

“Painful But Necessary”: Analysts Comment on Cisco’s Cuts

IBM Sees Strong International Growth, Swipes at Oracle

Cisco Systems Announces Plan to Cut 6,500

IBM Shows Its Earnings Muscle

IBM Reports Earnings Today: Here’s What to Expect

Cyberwar: It’s Not Just Fiction Anymore

Oracle Lawyers Ask to Depose Larry Page and Other Current or Former Googlers

Cisco Reminds Us Once Again How Big the Internet Is, and How Big It’s Getting

Box Expands Mobile Offerings, Names Yahoo’s Chris Yeh as VP of Platforms

IBM’s Cloud Is Big in Japan With Two New Data Centers

Meet Domo, the Latest Chapter in the Josh James Saga

Microsoft Offers Big Money to Nudge Resellers Into the Cloud

Defense Contractor Booz Allen Is Latest Target of Hacker Group Anonymous

Judge in Java Case Has Some Tough Questions for Google

Now That Intel’s In Control at McAfee, President Dave DeWalt Resigns

Web Security Start-Up CloudFlare Lands $20 Million Funding Round

Another Day, Another Shake-Up at Hewlett-Packard

Still Missing a CEO, AMD Is Hammered on a Downgrade

J.P. Morgan Chase Hires Hewlett-Packard’s Former CAO Peter Bocian

Cisco’s Big Layoff Only Weeks Away, Gleacher Analyst Says

HP’s TouchPad Teardown: Its Deepest Secrets Revealed

The Zynga IPO: Who Owns What, Who Makes What

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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