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Sony to unveil new iTunes Rival at IFA 2010 Today

Sony to unveil new iTunes Rival at IFA 2010 Today
The Financial Times reports that Sony is unveiling today a new music and video service.
Read more Sep 1 2010, 6:33am CDT
 

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Social Insider is delivered first thing every morning exclusively to BI Intelligence subscribers. FACEBOOK'S ENTRY ESCALATES PAYMENTS WAR: Facebook is seeking European regulatory approval to offer PayPal-style electronic money services, according to The Financial Times. The Facebook revelations appear to set the stage for a five-way battle over payments, since all the top tech players have announced major new payment products, or ar ...
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Source: Moneywise

Facebookglass.jpg Facebook could be set to enter the world of mobile payments and financial services. Facebook could be set to enter the world of mobile payments and financial services. The social media giant is seeking approval in Ireland for a service that would allow users to store money, make payments and exchange money via the website, putting it in competition with t ...
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Motorola Solutions may sell its enterprise business to Zebra Technologies, according to the Financial Times.Sources familiar with the discussions told the newspaper that Zebra Tec ...
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3G iPhone Subsidies confirmed?

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A fake copy of the Financial Times is pi
In Friday’s US print edition of the Financial Times there was an article titled, “American subprime lending back on the road“.  In a nutshell, the article highlights how the financial services sector is so desperate to find a financial return (since the economy is in such a slow growth cycle), that wobbly subprime loans are being sold again.  This time the focus is car loans, but it again to those among the population that cannot afford ...
Full article at: Gartner Inc. 1 day ago, 3:38am CDT
 

US futures treading water following Thursday’s losses

Source: Forex News

US futures treading water following Thursday’s significant losses; UoM consumer confidence number key today; JP Morgan and Wells Fargo kick off earnings season for the banks. US futures are treading water on Friday, a day after all three major indices made quite significant losses as investors embarked on another wave of growth stock selling. Ahead of the open, the S&P is seen unchanged at 1,833, the Dow up 4 points at 16,174and the Nasdaq down 8 points at 3,479. Ove ...
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Apple thinks about unlimited Music Offering

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