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Video: Sean Maloney, Intel’s New China Chief, Talks About Rowing and Recovery

At $13 to $15 a Share, Fusion-IO Will Be Worth More Than $1 Billion

Jive Acquires OffiSync, Socializes Microsoft Office and Outlook

Seven Questions for NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson

Marc Benioff on's "Monster Quarter" and the Road Ahead

Cisco Still Totally Hearts Linksys and WebEx

Investors Still Like the Taste of Salesforce's Kool-Aid

Read Léo Apotheker's "Tough Quarter" Memo in Full

Cisco May Next Rid Itself of Linksys and WebEx

HP and Dell Go in Opposite Directions After Earnings Reports

In Wake of the Big PlayStation Hack, a New Sony Security Weakness Is Found

Amazon to Run SAP Applications in the Cloud

Sony's Howard Stringer Talks About the PlayStation Hack (Audio)

HP CEO Promises to "Get to Bottom" of Leaked Memos

Hewlett-Packard Makes Its Quarter, But Lowers Expectations

Yessir, Someone Is Definitely Worried About HP's Quarter

Healthy Enterprise IT Spending Should Buoy Dell, HP Results, Deutsche Bank Says

Sony's Playstation Network Is Back. Sony's Reputation Will Take a Little Longer.

Cisco's Coming Layoffs Will Be Huge, Analysts Predict

Nvidia's Strong Results Include a Little Something From Intel

While Cisco Shares Fall, Analysts Say It's Going That-A-Way!

Intel Clears Out Some Of Its Clearwire Shares

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Just as the atom bomb was the weapon that was supposed to render war obsolete, the Internet seems like capitalism’s ultimate feat of self-destructive genius, an economic doomsday device rendering it impossible for anyone to ever make a profit off anything again. It’s especially hopeless for those whose work is easily digitized and accessed free of charge.

— Author Tim Kreider on not getting paid for one’s work