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Today's e-Reads: Starbucks Invests in Mobile Payment Startup

Starbucks is investing $25 million in startup Square and says it will use the firm's mobile payment systems at the coffee retailer's 7,000 stores, Bloomberg reports.

Facebook will allow its U.K. users to gamble via the social networking service using real money, Reuters reports.

A computer design expert testifying at a patent infringement trial appears to have bolstered Apple's claims that Samsung copied its iPhone and iPad designs, according to the Mercury News.

AT&T has reached an agreement with half its unionized workers but faces a potential strike from 20,000 others, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Sprint CEO Dan Hesse discussed his efforts to turnaround the nation's third-biggest wireless provider with USA Today.

Known for its small sellers, online auction site eBay is now attracting bigger retailers hoping to take on Internet retail giant Amazon, according to Reuters.

The New York Times reports that mobile apps could pose the biggest threat to online classifieds provider Craigslist.

Kitty cams provide insight into the life of the average household cat, according to the Los Angeles Times.

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