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Today's e-Reads: Firms Still Struggling in Sandy's Aftermath

The Wall Street Journal toured Verizon's flooded Manhattan headquarters, which houses a key switching facility that was severely damaged by Hurricane Sandy.

The New York Times
reports that many New York City tech startups are helping each other after Hurricane Sandy left their office buildings without power or Internet access.

Yahoo's former interim CEO Ross Levinsohn said it may take years for his successor Marissa Mayer to turn around the Internet firm, Bloomberg reports.

Apple CEO Tim Cook is struggling to sell his management changes to Wall Street, Reuters reports.

Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has launched a new cloud-based online storage service despite still battling U.S. copyright infringement charges, Mashable reports.

A British Parliament committee is urging the European Commission to scrap its proposed changes to European Union data privacy rules and start over, ZDNet reports.

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