Today's e-Reads, Updated: AT&T CEO Complains About FCC
AT&T's CEO complained about FCC regulation in discussing the company's $6.7 billion loss in the last quarter of 2011, which stemmed primarily from the break-up fee the company paid as part of its failed bid to buy T-Mobile USA, Information Week reports.
Despite a big jump in new customers from a year ago, the Wall Street Journal says AT&T is still attracting fewer new customers than rival Verizon Wireless.
Facebook has hired Bloomberg's former social media director to work as the social networking service's managing editor, Business Insider reports.
The Sunlight Foundation examines why Congress has such a hard time understanding technology.
Google says it will now allow teenagers to sign up for its social networking service Google +, Fox News reports.
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