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Today's e-Reads: Online Gambling Loses Big; Google Gets a Wall Street Comeuppance

The effort to legalize online gambling may be increasing, but that didn’t stop federal officials from conducting one of the largest crackdowns in years, shutting down some top gambling websites.

A less-than stellar conference call from new Google CEO Larry Page cost the company $15 billion in one day last week. Can he afford to tick off Wall Street?

 

Iran says German firm Siemens helped launch the Stuxnet cyber attack.

And in case you didn’t know, social media are a big deal in political campaigns now.

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