Today's e-Reads, Updated: Analyst Blames Facebook IPO Debacle on Tech Glitches
A former Morgan Stanley analyst said many of the problems surrounding Facebook's IPO stem from the technical glitches the stock encountered when it began trading, according to The New York Times.
Forbes piles on to the Facebook IPO controversy, describing why regular investors got even less out of a system that usually rewards insiders over ordinary folks.
Dish says lawsuits from broadcasters and the threat of higher retransmission fees won't stall the launch of the new "Hopper" ad-skipping tool, Dow Jones reports.
A Thai court sentenced a webmaster to an eight-month suspended sentence for failing to quickly remove critical comments about the Thai royal family, the Associated Press reports.
A French court dismissed a copyright infringement lawasuit against YouTube, CNET reports.
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