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Today's e-Reads: Verizon's $2 Fee Sparks Ire, and Banks Salivate Over Facebook IPO

Customers are none too pleased with Verizon's plan to charge a $2 fee for paying onetime bills online or by phone, The New York Times reports.

Banks are vying to handle Facebook's anticipated IPO, according to The Wall Street Journal.

 

As devices get fancier, "cable guys" are getting an upgrade, too, according to The New York Times.

A court battle has revealed the harassment letter that led to the downfall of Hewlett-Packard CEO Mark Hurd, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Hackers have released more information stolen from the security think-tank Stratfor, PC Magazine reports.

 

And researchers in Japan have a new way of preventing car theft -- butt scans. From The Daily.

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