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Tiffany Keeps Hammering at eBay Lawsuit

Tiffany has appealed a ruling in a federal court that online auction company eBay isn't responsible for keeping its users from selling fake jewelry that uses Tiffany's trademark ...

Best Buy Kiosks Aim to Snag Customers on the Fly

Consumer electronics retailing giant Best Buy is coming to an airport near you ...

Google Expects to Take a Loss on AOL Stake

Search engine giant Google could see a significant write-down in its US$1 billion investment in AOL, the company revealed in filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. ...

Google Aims to Make It Big in China With Music Giveaway

Search engine giant Google has launched a new music search service in China that enables users to legally download online music ...

Sprint Stumbles as Customers Flee

Sprint Nextel continues to shed wireless customers despite efforts to improve service and lure high-end subscribers to its network ...

Sony Breaks Up Duet With BMG Buyout

Sony has acquired German media giant Bertelsmann's 50 percent stake in Sony BMG Music for US$900 million. Bertelsmann gets another $300 million for its share of the cash on Sony BMG's books ...

Motorola Snags Power Hitter to Helm Ailing Handset Unit

Wireless technology giant Motorola has landed a top Qualcomm executive to run its mobile devices unit, which is expected to be spun out in the second half of 2009 ...

Sun Shrouded in Q4 Gloom

Sun Microsystems continues to struggle ...

Google Climbs Onto Corporate VC Funding Bandwagon

Search engine giant Google is setting up a new venture capital arm and has hired William Maris, a 33-year-old former entrepreneur, to help coordinate the venture fund, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal ...

California Judge Terminates Sprint’s Reviled Cancellation Fees

Sprint Nextel sustained a harsh legal blow this week that could have wide-ranging effects across the entire mobile telephone industry ...

Sony Q1 Profit Plunges Nearly 50 Percent

Year-over-year profits at Tokyo-based consumer electronics giant Sony fell 47 percent to US$326 million during the first quarter, and company officials predict a further decrease in profits later in the year ...

Wireless Leads Verizon to Q2 Profit Gain

Verizon Communications (NYSE: VZ) beat Wall Street expectations on Monday, thanks to a strong showing by its wireless business ...

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