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Technology / TECHNOLOGY

Today's e-Reads: Sen. Levin Mad About Facebook's IPO-related $16 billion tax deduction

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May 18, 2012

Sen. Carl Levin sounds off on Facebook’s $16 billion tax deduction, the Washington Post reports

Facebook shares are to open in a market roiled by concerns about European debt, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Slate notes that any IPOs, not just Facebook's, are rare these days.

 

Google's driverless car hit the road in Washington Thursday, NBC reports.

Iran is irate at Google for dropping the name "Persian Gulf" from its maps, AP reports.

Apple plans to power its massive N.C. data center with green energy, Bloomberg reports.

The New York Times reports that Silicon Valley’s 1 percent try to keep conspicuous consumption on the down low.

Chinese electronics firm ZTE acknowledges security vulnerability in its Score handset, Reuters reports.

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