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Today's e-Reads: Few Options for Sprint in Wake of T-Mobile-MetroPCS Deal

T-Mobile USA's move to merge with smaller rival MetroPCS limits Sprint's expansion options, Bloomberg reports.

Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman has warned that the tech firm faces a tough road before it returns to more sustainable growth, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the social-networking site now has 1 billion active users around the world, CNET reports. Meanwhile, Facebook began testing a feature that allows users to pay a fee to get more-prominent play for their posts on the site, according to The Washington Post.

Google is warning of more job cuts at its mobile-phone unit Motorola Mobility and says that additional changes may be required, Reuters reports.

Carol Bartz, who was fired last year as CEO of Yahoo, discussed what led to her downfall at the tech firm and offered advice to her successor, Marissa Mayer, The New York Times reports.

A hacking group called Team GhostShell says it stole and published personal records from 100 universities, including Harvard, Stanford, and the University of Pennsylvania, Computerworld reports.

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