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Date: 2012-11-22
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Analysis: Intel Inside - Looking inward for CEO may be best bet
US-INTEL-CEO:Analysis: Intel Inside - Looking inward for CEO may be best bet
By Noel Randewich

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Wanted: Visionary CEO to help world-class chipmaker expand beyond struggling personal computer market into tablets and smartphones. Experience with cutting-edge manufacturing plants and $10 billion annual capital expenditures a plus.

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Samsung wins U.S. court order to access Apple-HTC deal details
US-APPLE-SAMSUNG:Samsung wins U.S. court order to access Apple-HTC deal details
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A U.S. judge has ordered Apple Inc to disclose to rival Samsung Electronics details of a legal settlement the iPhone maker reached with Taiwan's HTC Corp, including terms of a 10-year patents licensing agreement.

The Korean electronics giant had earlier filed ...


U.S. judge orders Apple to tell Samsung details of HTC deal
US-APPLE-SAMSUNG:U.S. judge orders Apple to tell Samsung details of HTC deal
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A U.S. judge has ordered Apple Inc to disclose to rival Samsung Electronics details of a legal settlement the iPhone maker reached with Taiwan's HTC Corp, including terms of a 10-year patents licensing agreement.

The Korean electronics giant had earlier filed ...


Google competitor DuckDuckGo says it's getting shut out
US-GOOGLE-DUCKDUCKGO:Google competitor DuckDuckGo says it's getting shut out
By Diane Bartz

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Upstart Internet search engine DuckDuckGo, which promotes itself as a Google Inc rival which does not track users' personal information, says it is being hurt by the search giant which is being investigated by U.S. regulators.



Burglar of Steve Jobs' house admits to eight break-ins
US-USA-STEVEJOBS-BURGLARY:Burglar of Steve Jobs' house admits to eight break-ins
By Malathi Nayak

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A former salesman who lost his job and ended up homeless admitted in a plea deal on Wednesday to burglarizing Steve Jobs' house and seven other homes in a crime spree capped by his break-in at the late Apple founder's Silicon Valley reside...


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