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Apple's New Mfg. Partner May Not Be Improvement

Apple's new manufacturing partner, Pegatron, may be treating workers as badly as Foxconn did, according to a report from China.


Activision Blizzard to Go Public

Activision Blizzard, producer of "World of Warcraft" and "Call of Duty," says it will buy back shares from parent Vivendi and turn itself into an independent, publicly owned company.


Google Moves Into Internet TV Again

Google elbowed into the crowded field of Internet TV on Wednesday with the Chromecast dongle, a deceptively simple-looking, $35 device small enough to fit on a key chain.


Facebook Shares Get a 'Like' on Wall Street

Facebook's upbeat earnings report for its fiscal second quarter sent shares of the social media giant more than 15 percent higher in after-hours trading.


Tech Companies Buoy Seattle Rental Market

Office vacancies in Seattle haven't moved much in three months, but brokerage firms expect that to resolve by early 2014 as tech companies continue to buoy the rental market.


Cisco Snaps Up Sourcefire

Cisco is to buy cybersecurity firm Sourcefire for $2.7 billion, the networking equipment maker said Tuesday.


Telefonica to Buy 2nd German Mobile Network

Spain's Telefonica struck a deal Tuesday to buy the E-Plus mobile network in Germany for shares and $6.6 billion in cash.


Daniel Loeb Unloads Yahoo Shares, Departs Board

Daniel Loeb and two other directors who represented his Third Point Investors hedge fund will step down from the board at the end of this month, Yahoo announced Monday.


OC Firm May Advance Apple Products

A new patent covering technology invented by employees of Apple Inc. and a Rancho Santa Margarita company indicates they may be making progress toward commercializing a futuristic material that could lighten or strengthen future Apple gadgets.


Google Revenues Rise, Shares Sag

Google reported soaring revenues and profits on Thursday, with net earnings up 17 percent year over year -- yet shares slid as much as 5.6 percent.


Nokia Slows Losses Despite Sales Plunge in Q2

Nokia narrowed its net loss to $298 million in the second quarter, as lower tax and product development expenses outweighed a sharp drop in sales.


Nokia Narrows Losses Despite Tumbling Sales Background

Nokia narrowed its loss to $298 million (227 million euros) in the second quarter as lower expenses for taxes and product development outweighed a sharp drop in sales, the Finnish mobile phone maker said Thursday.


IBM Posts Lower Profit, Revenue

Technology services company IBM posted lower revenues and profits Wednesday but a hike in its forecast for full-year earnings sent its share price up in after-hours trading.


eBay Sales Up, Profits Down

EBay posted a rise in second-quarter sales Wednesday, but profits fell as a fierce rivalry with Amazon spurred rising costs.


Investors to Decide Dell's Direction

On Thursday morning, the shareholders of Dell Inc. will help decide what the future might look like for the largest private employer in Central Texas.


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