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Today's e-Reads: Apple Pays 1.9 percent tax, and Amazon Faces Blowback

FILE - This July 9, 2008 file photo shows buildings reflected in the glass of the Apple Store in New York. On Tuesday, July 24, 2012, Apple is set to report financial results for the second quarter. Analysts are expecting net income of $9.8 billion.(AP Photo/Ed Ou, file)

November 5, 2012

Apple paid a 1.9 percent tax rate on its overseas earnings in the last fiscal year, the Associated Press reports.

Booksellers are pushing back against Amazon in the latest round in the publishing wars, The New York Times reports.

The Wall Street Journal describes how communications outages caused by Hurricane Sandy raise reliability concerns as some areas were taken back to the "Stone Age."

Google's Android software is running on three out of four new smartphones, according to Reuters.

Facebook has released a new privacy guide for users, The Washington Post reports.

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