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Today's e-Reads: Job Seekers Get Facebook Scrutiny; Do Cellphones Use 'Conflict Minerals'?

Are cell phones fueling violence in Africa? The minerals in electronic devices may be bought with blood money, The New York Times reports.

Some employers are asking job seekers to hand over their Facebook usernames and passwords, according to the Associated Press.

 

Fees have some smaller companies fleeing Google Maps, according to The New York Times.

The the struggles of the electronics company Sharp indicate broader problems in the industry, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Apple sold a record three million new iPads in three days, USA Today reports.

 
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