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OpenTable Devours FoodSpotting for $10 Million in Cash

Kabam Hits Profitability in 2012 on Revenue of $180 Million

Payvment Pulls the Plug on Facebook Commerce

“App and Mortar” Is One Way to Describe the Trend in Mobile Commerce

Amazon Surges to New Highs on Expectation of Positive Holiday Report

Google Should Thank Holiday Shoppers for Boosting Cost Per Click

With Miiverse Apps, Nintendo Will Finally Venture Onto Smartphones

Gilt Loses a Second Exec in Two Weeks, This Time to Target

Ribbit Capital Raises $100 Million With the Goal of Modernizing Money

Buck’s New Service Lets You Order Coffee Like a Rock Star

PayPal Hires Three Tech VPs From Box, Microsoft and DreamWorks

Analysts Cautiously Optimistic as eBay Gets Ready to Close the Books on 2012

Zynga Underwriter J.P. Morgan Reduces Stake to Almost Zero

Microsoft’s Xbox Tries Turning the Entire Living Room Into a Videogame

Groupon Expands Square-Like Mobile Payments Service to Android

Nintendo’s Wii U Outperforming the Original Wii, Only Because It Costs More

Zynga’s Patent Portfolio Swells as It Doubles Down on Casino Gaming

Amazon’s New Deal: Buy a CD and Get the Digital Album for Free

ShoeDazzle Taps Rachel Zoe as New Celebrity Spokesperson

Valve Pledges to Enter Videogame Console Wars With “Steam Box”

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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