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Today's e-Reads: Facebook Dust Settles; Google Green Light From China

Facebook faces a crucial week after its IPO underperformed, Reuters reports.

Nasdaq said on Sunday it bungled Facebook's IPO, according to The Wall Street Journal. One investor feels lucky that he accidentally canceled his order for Facebook stock, the Journal reports.

 

Mark Zuckerberg's wedding last week has 500 times more "likes" than his Facebook IPO, according to BuzzFeed.

Chinese regulators approved Google's $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola, on the condition that the Android operating system remain free for 5 years, reports the AP.

Yahoo will sell back its stake in Chinese Web company Alibaba for $7 billion, reports All Things Digital.

 

Apple and Samsung CEOs are planning to meet for court-ordered mediation to try to settle long-running patent disputes, Reuters reports.

CBS News reports on a 13,000 square mile stretch of "radio quiet" in West Virginia where the FCC keeps the airwaves clear to allow signals to reach the National Radio Astronomy Observatory.

Google hired a professor to argue that it's a publisher, protected by the First Amendment, The New York Times reports.

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