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Another Video Site We Don’t Need: AT&T Entertainment

Study: Everyone Wants a Kindle–For $50

Google’s Top Chef Leaves Las Vegas

YouTube U.K. Settles Royalty Fight, Turns Music Videos Back On Again

Is There Anything We Won’t Watch? Web Video Booming, but TV Still Growing, Too.

Google Still Shuffling Sales Force: “Self-Serve” Exec David Fischer Steps Aside

Sony Hopes 3-D Pops TV (And Blu-ray and Vaio and PlayStation) Sales

MySpace, Facebook Move Lots of Display Ads, Not So Much Money

Sold, Finally: eBay Ditches 65 Percent of Skype for $1.9 Billion

Napster: Don’t Hold Your Breath Waiting for Our Awesome New iPhone App

Walmart.com Bulks Up, Aims at Amazon, eBay

Rolling Stone’s Web Failure Wasn’t So Shabby, After All. But Now What?

LIVE Disney Marvel Call

Spidey, Meet Mickey: Disney Buying Marvel for $4 Billion

Back to the Future: Financial Times Launching “Wealth” Magazine

Coming Soon to Your iPhone: Major League Baseball for a Dollar a Game

Gentlemen, Start Your Engines: Time for Another Round of Cable Deals?

A Google Guy Keeps His Charity in the Family

Apple Finally Hops the Great Wall: China Unicom Announces Three-Year iPhone Deal

Apple Signs Off on Spotify. When Will Big Music Play Along?

AOL, Still Shaking Up Staff, Hires New CFO Artie Minson

Pirate Bay’s Would-Be Buyer Sinks, Blames Media

The Financial Times Strengthens Its Pay Wall With Stern Words

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Nobody was excited about paying top dollar for a movie about WikiLeaks. A film about the origins of Pets.com would have done better.

— Gitesh Pandya of BoxOfficeGuru.com comments on the dreadful opening weekend box office numbers for “The Fifth Estate.”