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Today’s e-Reads: IBM Taps First Female CEO, Olympus Chairman Resigns

The head of the digital-camera company Olympus is resigning after news surfaced that the company had paid out millions in questionable advisory fees, Reuters reports.

IBM has tapped Virginia Rometty as its next CEO. She will be the company’s first female chief executive and succeed Samuel Palmisano when he steps down from the post at the end of the year, The Wall Street Journal reports.

 

TechCrunch reports that Sprint lost more customers last quarter than analysts expected.

Deutsche Telekom plans to merge its information technology systems in a cost-cutting move as it continues to battle to sell T-Mobile USA to AT&T, according to Bloomberg.

Leonardo DiCaprio is the latest celebrity to dive into the tech world by investing in a mobile social-media startup called Mobli, according to The Huffington Post.

 

Nokia unveiled its new smartphone, which will run on the Windows phone operating system, Fox News reports.

Mashable examines a fund devoted to student ventures and considers how reforms to student debt repayment rules made it possible.

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