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Today's e-Reads: A Chinese Yahoo? And More Facebook Privacy Fights

A Chinese company has its eye on buying Yahoo, sparking privacy fears, the Financial Times reports.

Apple's new CEO, Tim Cook, unveils the new iPhone this week but The Wall Street Journal says the competition is getting tougher.

 

While some new Facebook features are stirring up privacy concerns, the social network is launching an effort to better educate advertisers on how to use all that information, according to Forbes.

And a Facebook executive expounds on the future of online advertising in an interview with Mashable.

Microsoft falsely labeled Google’s Chrome as malware and removed it from some 3,000 computers, CNET reports.

 

A week after testifying before Congress, Google's Eric Schmidt told The Washington Post that government should get out of the way.

The Wall Street Journal looks back at the story of Full Tilt, an online gambling company that federal regulators have accused of running a Ponzi scheme.

As social media gain followers, the social-media news site Mashable gains influence, according to The New York Times.

Investors fear that Kodak will file for bankruptcy as the company tries to beat back those concerns, according to the Associated Press.

 

Apple is struggling to gain ground in the handset market in India, Bloomberg reports.

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