Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told interviewer Charlie Rose that the social-networking service is more transparent about the data it collects about users, saying rivals Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo collect data “behind your back,” PC Magazine reports.
Meanwhile, Zuckerberg went back to Harvard University, which he attended until 2004, to help recruit new talent for Facebook, according to the San Jose Mercury News. And Bloomberg reports that language isn't keeping Facebook from becoming a force far beyond the United States.
Olympus used acquisition fees to mask losses at the digital camera firm, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Sprint Nextel has been ordered to hand over documents requested by AT&T in its battle to gain regulatory approval of its bid to buy T-Mobile USA, Reuters reports.
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt said the firm plans to continue to offer its Android software free to mobile-phone makers, according to Bloomberg.
Microsoft is demanding patent royalty payments from Chinese telecom giant Huawei for products using Android software, The Guardian reports.