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Today’s e-Reads: IBM Settles With the E.U.; HP to Limit Severance

December 15, 2011

IBM has settled an antitrust case with the European Union in which the company agreed to make changes to how it supplies information and parts to rivals, The New York Times reports.

Hewlett-Packard says it will limit severance payments it makes to top executives who are pushed out, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Sony Music Entertainment and the Warner Music Group are expected to join a lawsuit against the music-streaming service Grooveshark, according to The New York Times.

 

While he wasn’t picked as Time’s Person of the Year, late Apple cofounder Steve Jobs has been named as Barbara Walters’s “Most Fascinating Person of the Year,” The Washington Post reports.

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates dismissed reports that he may return to the company full time, ZDNet reports.

Facebook formally rolled out its Timeline feature worldwide today, which charts users' digital history, PC Magazine reports.

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