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In the News: Angry Birds, Yahoo, Proview and more

Posted by Dale Buss on May 8, 2012 09:02 AM

In the News

Abbott Laboratories to pay $1.6 billion over labelilng of antiseizure drug.

Amazon takes on high-end clothing.

Angry Birds gets embeddable, and bumps Rovio to pre-IPO valuation of $9 billion.

Apple sees iPad trademark settlement rejected by China's Proview.

Aviva sees CEO resign over shareholdre-pay revolt.

The Avengers offends Indian viewers with slum depiction.

Barneys New York skirts bankruptcy.

Costco seeks to grow online sales.

Delverde plans U.S. pasta tour by bus.

DirecTV exceeds predicted pay-TV growth.

eBay plans new software-development center in India.

Electronic Arts to delay release of big game product.

Facebook kicks off IPO road show on Wall Street.

Fortune 500 boasts more female CEOs this year.

Google infringed on Oracle copyright, jury finds, as company gets license for self-driving car in Nevada.

Jamba Juice kicks growth formula into gear.

Macy's brings a bit of Brazil to its latest promotion.

New York Times builds on success of its paid digital-subscription model.

Sears signs deal for menswear co-branded with Outdoor Life magazine.

Yahoo probe continues as CEO apologizes for misstated credentials.

& R.I.P. Maurice Sendak.

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