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After proxy advisory firm Glass Lewis reiterates that shareholders should vote "no" to an acquisition by Sprint, Clearwire pipes up.
Law prohibits online retailers from imposing contracts that require customers waive their right to express a negative opinion about their service experience.
Scott Thompson still walks away with millions, but the "resumegate" controversy costs the former Yahoo CEO a bigger payout.
The ousted Yahoo chief resigns from the company's board three days after her firing, The Wall Street Journal reports.
On today's show, it's cloudy with a chance of downtime at Microsoft and Google both (I call it a "cloudage," geddit?). A new Facebook app is letting you dedicate your status updates to victims of 9/11, which we love. And Sprint is hoping to grab iPhone 5 customers with 1. the iPhone 5 and 2. unlimited data plans for iPhone 5. And the coolest pair of Nikes ever.
Company, which sells tech online via TigerDirect, CompUSA, and Circuit City sites, announces the resignation of Gilbert Fiorentino, CEO of its technology products group.
The National Labor Relations Board has filed a complaint against company that fired an employee over Facebook posts. But it's not carte blanche to say what you really think.
The reported end to Apple's "Get a Mac" campaign suggests that Microsoft is no longer Apple's prime enemy. But might Apple be tempted to create a campaign that targets Google?
According to an online message board post, founder Martin Eberhard allegedly is not happy with a series of demotions.