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Today's e-Reads: Intel Chief Steps Down, and HP Takes a Hit

The Apple Store in New York City.(AP Photo/Ed Ou, file)

photo of Josh Smith
November 20, 2012

Intel's CEO announced he will retire early, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Hewlett-Packard will take a $8.8 billion charge because of "accounting improprieties" at a company it acquired, Reuters reports.

Scientists have discovered a way to use pulses of quantum light to make Internet networks more secure, The New York Times reports.

HTC says estimates of its settlement with Apple are baseless and wrong, according to The Washington Post.

According to CNET, sponsors of a Senate privacy bill have removed provisions that would have required a warrant for officials to access e-mails.

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