HP Names Former Microsoft Exec Ray Ozzie and Two Others to Board

Also appointed: Former CEOs from McDonald’s and LIberty Media.

Powermat Acquires Finland’s PowerKiss, Stirs Up Wireless Power Standard War

Former rivals are teaming up.

The Onion, Yahoo-Hulu and Android on Windows — 10 Things You Need to See on AllThingsD This Week

A convenient roundup of the Top 10 stories that powered AllThingsD this week.

Here’s the McDonald’s Ad All the Web Guys Think Is Genius

Behind the scenes at the Golden Arches — a possible glimpse of Web advertising’s future.

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Burger King Twitter Account Hacked

Today’s social media lesson: Always have someone watching the company accounts over a long holiday weekend. Burger King’s official Twitter account, which has a following of upward of 100,000 users, was hijacked by hackers on Monday morning, resulting in multiple vulgar tweets streaming from the verified account. It seems to be the handiwork of Anonymous, which is claiming responsibility from its own official Twitter account. Twitter did not respond to a request for comment. Update: As of 10:15 am PT, the Burger King account has been suspended.

Resonate Raises $22 Million for “Values” Ads

Ad tech firm Resonate has a simple pitch: It says it can figure out what different groups of Internet users care about, and where to find them on the Web.

Visa Places Bet on New Approach to Payments With Rare Investment in TrialPay

Visa, Greylock’s Reid Hoffman and others are pouring $40 million into TrialPay, which helps companies like Facebook, Gap and Fandango increase sales through the use of incentives.

VeriFone’s CEO Explains Why It Spent $1 Billion on Acquisitions for a New Payments Strategy

CEO Doug Bergeron says VeriFone has spent more than $1 billion in acquisitions to take advantage of emerging technologies, such as mobile payments, on a global basis.

Thoughts on the First Day of Apple’s Era Without Jobs

Today Apple faces its first full day without Steve Jobs. His greatest legacy may be the potential that still lies ahead.

Exclusive: Groupon’s Mason Tells Troops in Feisty Internal Memo: “It Looks Good.”

Facing a barrage of negative press about its upcoming IPO, Groupon CEO and co-founder Andrew Mason took up a pen to counter critics of the social buying service in a pugnacious email to employees.

New From Google Labs: Google Plutocrat

Fox Slaps Back (Legally) at Redbox

Pink-Slip Thursday at Cisco