Facebook's chief financial officer David Ebersman is taking heat for the mishandling of the social network's initial public offering, according to The New York Times.
A live-stream of the Hugo Awards for science fiction was shut down when automated copyright enforcement tools detected possible infringement because movie and TV clips representing the work of winning authors was included in the feed, i09 reports.
High-tech companies are ditching suburban office parks for cities, writes Richard Florida in the Wall Street Journal.
The New York Times examines how open-source news site reddit operates within the confines of parent company Advance Publications.
Foundem, a British comparison shopping website, is urging European Union regulators negotiating an antitrust settlement with Google to require the Internet firm to notify users when it inserts its own products into search results, Bloomberg reports.
One of the co-founders of the file-sharing site the Pirate Bay is being deported from Cambodia, the Associated Press reports.
Lenovo mulls acquisitions as it looks to pass HP as the global leader in computer sales, reports Bloomberg.
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