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  • Washington Post launches Trove, a social-media news aggregation site

     
    The Washington Post Co. is venturing into the social-media business with Trove, its news aggregation website and mobile apps. Trove, which went live on Wednesday, pulls news from 10,000 sources across the Internet and sorts content by what a user's...
  • Carl's Jr. plans to auction off Miss Turkey's burger-print bikini -- to benefit military families

     
    Back when we first told you about the bikini Carl's Jr. had custom-printed with tiny turkey burgers for an advertising campaign featuring Miss Turkey 2010, a company representative humorously floated the possibility the fast-food folks might order up a...
  • Phoebe Snow: Dead at age 60

     
    Phoebe Snow, best known for her 1975 hit “Poetry Man,” died this morning from complications related to a brain hemorrhage she suffered last year, reported E! Online and other sources.  She was 60. In addition to her signature hit, Snow also...
  • Report: Amazon.com sues Nat’l Association of College Stores over ads

     
    The National Association of College Stores filed a complaint against Amazon.com with the Better Business Bureau several weeks ago, saying the online retailer is making false claims about how much it discounts new and used college textbooks, according to...
  • Consumer Confidential: BofA's new overdrafts; online agents fined; Q-Ray refunds

     
    Here's your fight-club Friday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: -- Is this a good idea? Bank of America says it will start texting customers if they're about to make a debit-card transaction that surpasses available funds. If......
  • GrouponLive: Groupon and Live Nation partner in discount concert ticket site

     
    Groupon and LiveNation rolled out GrouponLive on Monday, a new discount concert ticket website that is set to officially launch this summer. The site is a joint venture between the two companies and will operate in the same way as any already existing...
  • Live Nation and Groupon team up on ticketing venture

     
    Concert promotion giant and Ticketmaster parent Live Nation is teaming up with Groupon, the online coupon site, to sell concert tickets. The venture is yet another acknowledgement by Live Nation of the challenges facing the concert industry. Ticket...
  • Microsoft buys Skype for $8.5 billion

     
    In its largest acquisition ever and the tech world's most massive deal in years, Microsoft Corp. is buying Internet communications company Skype Global for a stunning $8.5 billion. "The combination will extend Skype's world-class brand and the reach of...
  • Google sets aside $500 million for potential settlement of Justice Department investigation

     
    Google is setting aside $500 million for the potential settlement of a U.S. investigation into its advertising business, resulting in lower first-quarter net income. The expense knocked its net income to $1.8 billion, or $5.51 a share, in the quarter,.......
  • An Evening at the Stork Club is coming to The Mezz

     
    The Stork Club in Orlando...
  • Fox News advertiser asked to dump channel over gay 'slurs'

     
    Political activists who led an advertiser boycott credited with helping to cut short commentator Glenn Beck's tenure on Fox News are ready to announce a new campaign to wrench advertisers away from Fox. Media Matters for America and three gay......
  • LinkedIn prices IPO at $45 a share

     
    LinkedIn's initial public offering priced at $45 a share Wednesday. Shares of the social networking service for professionals will begin trading Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol LNKD. The 8-year-old company will make its stock...