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Today’s e-Reads: Apple Chief Gets Big Payday, Banks Look to Share Info

January 10, 2012

Apple CEO Tim Cook has been awarded a stock payout worth more than $370 million, a nice bonus to his $900,000 2011 salary, according to The New York Times. 

Meanwhile, Apple moved closer to offering its iPhone to China Telecom’s 33 million customers, Bloomberg reports. 

The Wall Street Journal reports that banks are taking the unprecedented step of pushing to share more information with each other to help stem the rise in cyberattacks. 

 

Olympus is suing its president and other current and former executives over an accounting scandal that has rocked the Japanese digital-photography firm, Reuters reports. 

Mashable details the State Department’s efforts to highlight its use of social media.

Despite having to drop its bid to buy T-Mobile USA, AT&T showed that it is plowing ahead at full speed, unveiling a host of new services and products at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week, according to Computerworld. 

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer made his last scheduled appearance at the Consumer Electronics Show but offered little in the way of big news, Silicon Valley's Mercury News reports.

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