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MySpace renews ad deal with Google

Though Google had been disappointed with the returns of its pricey deal with the News Corp.-owned social site, it's signed a contract with MySpace again.

By December 16, 2010


Howard Stern renewing with Sirius

Stern's announcement of another five-year deal ends speculation that he would leave the satellite radio company.

By December 9, 2010


Ernst & Young: China clear leader in renewable energy

Two days after Energy Secretary Chu calls China's advances in clean energy a "Sputnik moment" for the U.S., a report ranks China top in "country attractiveness" for renewable energy

By December 1, 2010


Cowboys fire coach, forget to renew Web domain

When the Dallas Cowboys fired their coach, Wade Phillips, DallasCowboys.com was full of no news at all. The team had forgotten to renew the domain name and site showed a picture of two kids playing soccer.

By November 9, 2010


Nokia renews its vows with Symbian, taking full control of development

Like a giant Finnish Borg, Nokia has taken over all the most important functions of the Symbian Foundation, after the departure of Samsung and Sony Ericsson left it desperately short of funding.

By November 9, 2010


Senators see new life for renewable-power bill

Bill would set a 15 percent renewable target by 2021 and allow states to meet up to a quarter of the target through energy-efficiency measures.

By September 20, 2010


Google and AOL renew their partnership

The companies say they'll keep their worldwide partnership going for five more years, in an arrangement that now factors in YouTube and mobile search.

By September 2, 2010


Xtreme Power raises cash for renewable-energy storage

Start-up pulls in nearly $30 million to go after the utility market with large-scale systems that make wind and solar power more reliable suppliers of electricity to the grid.

By July 27, 2010


New bill renews Internet privacy fight

American businesses that weren't very happy about privacy legislation that Rep. Rick Boucher announced a few months ago may be even less delighted with a 55-page bill introduced by a House subcommittee chairman.

By July 20, 2010


Report: Carbon cap to spur nukes, gas, renewables

The latest energy and climate bill would cap emissions from utilities only, which a research firm says would lead to a major shift away from coal to other fuels.

By July 15, 2010