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CNNMoney: Nokia to cut 10,000 jobs worldwideupdated: Thu Jun 14 2012 16:41:00

Nokia said Thursday it will cut up to 10,000 jobs worldwide by the end of next year, part of an accelerated cost reduction program at the Finnish cellphone maker.

CNNMoney: Google's new 'entertainment device' is comingupdated: Fri Feb 10 2012 10:13:00

The tech world is all abuzz about Google's mysterious new "entertainment device."

CNNMoney: Kodak shares plunge on bankruptcy reportupdated: Wed Jan 04 2012 17:27:00

Shares of Kodak finished sharply lower Wednesday following a report that the company was preparing for a possible bankruptcy filing.

CNNMoney: Time to '+1' Google stock?updated: Tue Dec 13 2011 15:21:00

Google isn't Facebook. There. We got that out of the way. Now let's move on.

CNNMoney: Google exec says Facebook oversharesupdated: Wed Oct 19 2011 18:57:00

Google's head of social had some sharp words for Facebook while speaking Wednesday at a tech conference, where Google co-founder Sergey Brin also showed up as a surprise guest.

CNNMoney: Google revenue soars, while G+ network grows to 40 millionupdated: Thu Oct 13 2011 17:22:00

Google reported third-quarter earnings that handily beat estimates, and announced that its three-month-old Google+ social network now has 40 million users.

CNNMoney: Google bid against itself for Motorola Mobilityupdated: Wed Sep 14 2011 11:52:00

Almost immediately after Google lost the bidding for a package of Nortel patents that the search giant dearly wanted, it moved on to Plan B and contacted Motorola to see what it had for sale. Less than six weeks later, Google's blockbuster acquisition came together -- but only after Google raised its purchase price. Twice.

CNNMoney: Yahoo's only hope is to sell itselfupdated: Thu Sep 08 2011 07:43:00

Here's some unsolicited advice for interim Yahoo CEO Tim Morse, and whoever is -- lucky? unlucky? -- enough to replace him permanently.

CNNMoney: Without AT&T, T-Mobile is a wireless white elephantupdated: Wed Sep 07 2011 10:13:00

The government's antitrust lawsuit is bad news for AT&T, but it's potentially disastrous for T-Mobile.

Tech Check: Google-Motorola, those scary, scary flash mobsupdated: Fri Aug 19 2011 09:14:00

This week on the Tech Check podcast, Doug Gross, Stephanie Goldberg and Brandon Griggs discuss Google's massive, $12.5 billion purchase of Motorola Mobility.

CNNMoney: Google must pay Motorola $2.5 billion if regulators axe dealupdated: Thu Aug 18 2011 15:03:00

In a sign that the Google-Motorola deal could face heavy antitrust scrutiny, Google included an unusually high breakup fee in its deal terms, according to a document filed to the Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday.

CNNMoney: Google to buy Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billionupdated: Thu Aug 18 2011 11:39:00

In a surprise deal that would be its largest acquisition ever, Google has agreed to buy Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion, the two companies said Monday.

Did Google just turn Motorola into the new super-TiVo?updated: Tue Aug 16 2011 08:08:00

The best-case scenario for consumers if the proposed Google-Motorola deal goes through might be that cable TV gets a whole lot better.

Motorola deal boosts Google's move into home automationupdated: Mon Aug 15 2011 21:38:00

One lesser-known aspect of Google's proposed acquisition of Motorola Mobility: It brings the technology giant a step closer to offering a Google baby monitor.

CNNMoney: 'Merger Monday' boosts Dow 214 pointsupdated: Mon Aug 15 2011 17:05:00

U.S. stocks moved solidly higher Monday, with major indexes rising about 2%, as merger activity set a positive tone on Wall Street.

CNNMoney: Google-Motorola deal heats up StockTwitsupdated: Mon Aug 15 2011 12:18:00

The so-called "Merger Monday" continues to live up to its name, after Google announced an acquisition of handset maker Motorola Mobility Holdings for a 63% premium.

Fortune: Motorola's uphill battleupdated: Wed Jun 22 2011 17:03:00

At least there was no place to go but up: When Sanjay Jha joined Motorola as chief of its cellphone business in 2008, the division was losing billions and on the verge of failure. The RAZR phone's success had evaporated, Apple's iPhone had revolutionized the industry, and the recession was pounding down demand. The division's employees were depressed and cynical, having seen 10 presidents in 12 years. Jha's assignment was to fix the business.

CNNMoney: Tablet sales may hit $75 billion by 2015updated: Tue Apr 19 2011 15:14:00

The proliferation of tablets from Apple, Motorola, Samsung and Research in Motion is making for a crowded market -- and it's one that will be worth tens of billions in four short years.

CNNMoney: After rocky day, stocks end mixedupdated: Tue Jan 04 2011 16:46:00

After a tumultuous day, U.S. stocks ended mixed Tuesday, as investors mulled over reports on auto sales, factory orders and the Federal Reserve's December meeting.

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