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In the News: Apple is Gored, NFL Pursues Women, Twitter Gets Political

Posted by Dale Buss on September 22, 2011 09:01 AM

In the News

Apple will introduce new iPhones next month, board member Al Gore confirms.

Bank of America, Citigroup and Wells Fargo are hit by ratings downgrades by Moody's.

Bill Gates tops 2011 Forbes 400 wealth ranker.

Facebook is introducing a 'listen with your friends' music app but faces challenges in digital entertainment.

Full Tilt Poker fires back at Justice Department.

Hulu invests in content even as it's for sale.

Netflix teams with Discovery for two-year deal.

News Corp. nixes a "Simpsons" channel but has big hopes for FX.

NFL warns teams about faking injuries to stop the clock as the league seeks to boost sales of gear aimed at women.

Nielsen discloses major TV-ratings glitch.

Procter & Gamble creates prototype "Guy Aisle" at CVS store.

Rihanna helps sell Budweiser to Brazilians.

Twitter unveils political ads in US, and signs Sky as first UK advertiser.

United Technologies to buy Goodrich.

YouTube unveils 3D and other new features.

Yves Saint Laurent signs Emily Blunt as new face of Opium perfume.

Zynga growth slows.

& early stock trading today is uninspired by Operation Twist, Fed's latest tactic.

& Republican presidential contenders square off in another debate tonight, this one on Fox News.


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