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Today's e-Reads: Netflix Customers Flee; Android Apps Surge

October 25, 2011

The New York Times examines Netflix's fall from grace, and how the video company lost 800,000 customers.

Android phones eclipsed Apple devices in the number of apps consumers downloaded last quarter, Bloomberg reports.

Republicans have mastered the rapid-fire art of Twitter as they take on President Obama's bully pulpit, The New York Times reports.

 

Olympus says its former chief executive is trashing it in public after news surfaced that the company made a gigantic, questionable payment to a set of bankers, according to Bloomberg.

Reuters reports that Zynga is pushing ahead with an initial public offering and plans to have shares trading before Thanksgiving.

Its funding gone, WikiLeaks says it may go under, according to the The New York Times.

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