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Today’s e-Reads: Feds Take Down Hacking Ring; Page Makes Mark as Google Chief

November 10, 2011

A Computerworld examination of the Obama administration’s efforts to get more companies to hire veterans found that many of the men and women who have served in the military have key skills tech firms are seeking.

U.S. officials have taken down a hacker network that controlled 4 million computers and stole $14 million, ABC News reports. 

The New York Times profiles Google cofounder and CEO Larry Page and his efforts to streamline the Internet giant’s operations.

 

Fighting antitrust concerns, Google nevertheless increased its share of the U.S. Internet search market, Business Week reports. Meanwhile, Google will stop offering a Gmail app for BlackBerry devices, according to The Wall Street Journal.

As bigger companies battle over patents, smaller Silicon Valley start-ups are paying more attention to the need to patent their innovations, The Wall Street Journal says.

After a scandal that has engulfed the digital-camera maker, Olympus could be delisted from the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Bloomberg reports.

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