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Today’s e-Reads: Facebook Hacked; Yahoo Weighs Selling Stock, Not Itself

Facebook was hit with a major cyberattack in which violent and pornographic images were posted on some users’ pages, The Washington Post reports.

Instead of selling the company outright, Yahoo is weighing selling a big chunk of its stock to one or more private equity firms, The New York Times says.

 

With its new Kindle Fire tablet, Amazon hopes to compete with Apple on apps and not just in the device market, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Meanwhile, some authors are crying foul over Amazon’s plan to launch an online lending library, according to ZDNet.

Bloomberg reports that Apple has promoted director Art Levinson to chairman of its board and added Walt Disney CEO Robert Iger as a director.

 

Apple plans to hire a third-party auditing firm to probe allegations that 15 of its Chinese suppliers are violating environmental regulations, Mashable says.

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