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As if this week wasn't already stressful enough on Wall Street, the search giant's stock drops over 200 points, apparently due to errors on the exchange.
Stocks, including those of technology companies, took a beating after the House of Representatives fails to pass the government bailout of the financial sector.
Software maker forms plans to buy back stock through 2013, boost its quarterly dividend by 18 percent. Hewlett-Packard also announces a buyback program, of up to $8 billion.
Barron's compiles a list of prominent tech stocks broken down by sector to get a feel for which stocks beat the 5 percent loss average and which exceeded it.
Viigo's new public beta of its muscled-up RSS reading app for BlackBerry fleshes out its services, but still has far to go.
A look at other Microsoft headlines from across the Web, including Mesh Apps speculation and whether Microsoft is to blame for Monday's outage on the London bourse.
A Microsoft-based platform took down the LSE for more than 7 hours.
Exchange is back to normal after a software problem halted trading for over seven hours Monday--effectively wiping a full day of buying and selling from the books.
After an investor news wire service mistakenly highlights a 6-year-old news story (allegedly sans time stamp) about United Airlines filing for bankruptcy, shares of the carrier tank.