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Many retailers are closing their doors, but not Apple. The company will renovate some of its retail stores and continue to open new ones.
$200 million from Digital Sky will open doors to Europe for the social network; Psystar lawsuit will be delayed after Mac clone maker files for Chapter 11; and spam now makes up 90 percent of all e-mail.
Although Microsoft may have to take a write-off at some point, the deal was never about the return on that initial investment in the social network.
State lawmakers are trying to sweeten the pot to get Apple to open a server farm there, the Associated Press reports.
The trash-hauling giant creates a joint venture called S4 Energy Solutions to build plasma gasification systems that convert separated industrial wastes into electricity and liquid fuels.
Warner Music takes $33 million write-down, most of it on minority stakes it took in Imeem and Lala. Label is also disappointed with MySpace Music's performance.
Chipmaker invests in a major maker of semiconductor production equipment.
Advanced biofuels company attracts investment from Total for a process to turn biomass into butanol, which can be converted into renewable gasoline and jet fuel.
Venture capitalists have spent $3.2 billion on open-source investments since 1997, according to a 451 Group report. But the open-source ecosystem hasn't been fattening VCs' coffers.