LightSquared gets another week to negotiate its debt before going into default, Bloomberg reports.
Investors looking at Facebook's IPO will be wondering about privacy issues, The Washington Post reports.
Consumers could be paying more as wireless carriers drop subsidies for cellphones, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Ailing Nokia could look to Lumia partner Microsoft for a strategic investment, Reuters reports.
Groupon has lost half its value since going public, Bloomberg reports.
Britain considers requiring users to opt in with ISPs to view online pornography, The Guardian reports.
The New York Times takes a look at what tech companies might be next big thing.
Sprint's CEO took a $2.35 million pay cut after shareholders complained, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Nielsen's "Cross-Platform Report" finds a 1.5 million net decline in pay-TV households, paidContent reports
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