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AllThingsD Week in Review: iPhone Overload, YouTube Offline and the Future of AllThingsD

The Top 10 stories that powered AllThingsD this week, in one convenient post.
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How Can You Miss Us if We Won’t Go Away?

In this game of tech-media musical chairs, we get the red ones. Forever.
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News Byte

AMD Deleted From Standard & Poor’s 500 Index

Shares of chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices will be taken off the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index beginning Sept. 20. The move was disclosed by S&P Dow Jones Indices. The change comes a day after Hewlett-Packard was taken off the list of 30 stocks that comprise the Dow Jones Industrial Average. AMD will be moved to the S&P MidCap 400.

Yahoo’s Bid for Hulu in $600M to $800M Range — Even as It Preps Other Big Deals in Mobile and Communications

Get ready for a very noisy game of musical chairs over the premium video site. Meanwhile, Mayer is still shopping for deals.
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The Wall Street Journal Signs Up for Apple’s Subscription Service

One of the very last big holdouts now sees things Apple’s way.
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Exclusive: Digital Chief Jon Miller Leaving News Corp.

His departure brings into focus the fate of News Corp.’s overall digital strategy in an upcoming new structure.
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Exclusive: Could Jon Miller’s Digital Future at News Corp. Include a New Investment Fund?

Now that the company is being cleaved in two, it’s hard to imagine where Miller would land in either new entity.
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Eric Schmidt Backs #waywire, a Media Site for Teens That Is Part Twitter, Part YouTube

The founding team of #waywire includes media executives Nathan Richardson and Sarah Ross and Newark, N.J., Mayor Cory Booker.
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News Byte

SmartMoney Chops Its Dead-Tree Version

After 20 years on the newsstand, SmartMoney will end print publication with its September issue and go all digital. Dow Jones, which owns the site (and this one as well), said the print publishing schedule just couldn’t keep up with volatile market news.