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SAP Keeps '12 Targets After Slow Q1
�We had strong growth in Asia Pacific/Japan, Latin America and Germany,� SAP co-CEOs Bill McDermott and Jim Hagemann Snabe said in a statement.
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This Startup Can Prevent Online Stalking
Whether you like it or not, your personal information is out there in public and is being sold online. It can cost a lot of money to scrape that information off, not to mention a lot of effort.
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Osborne backs Vodafone on India tax
George Osborne, the UK's finance minister, has added his voice to the chorus warning that India's plans for retrospective taxation of deals like Vodafone's 2007 purchase of Hutchinson Essar will hurt investment sentiment towards the country.
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Who Needs Cash? Online Banking for the World's Poorest
In February, it inked a fresh deal with SAP AG (SAP) subsidiary Sybase 265, Comviva and Utiba Mobility to expand its so called �open-loop� mobile payments platform, or one that allows customers to exchange financial payments over various mobile service ...
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Microsoft Is Building An Operating System To Run Your House
Microsoft has found the one last area that doesn't have an operating system: Your house. To fix that, Microsoft researchers have developed HomeOS.
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The 6 Airports With The Most Amazing Perks
Travel�particularly through airports�changed drastically after 9/11. Tighter security translated to no shoes and more wasted time.
Here's How Google Is Trying To Defend Itself Against Oracle
Oracle and Google started trial yesterday on one of the highest-profile intellectual property suits of all time. Oracle is seeking more than $1 billion in damages, alleging that Google violated copyrights and patents on Java, which is at the heart of ...
Larry Ellison takes the stand in Android IP trial  CNET
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People Are Snapping Up Mansions In The Hamptons Again
When a five-bedroom waterfront estate in the Town of Southampton went on sale in 2008 for $5.8 million, the price must have seemed reasonable.
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Lying Rich People Make Inequality Seem Milder Than It Really Is
Since individuals' utility is typically defined over consumption goods rather than income per se, one may argue that measures of consumption inequality get closer to an ideal measure of inequality in household welfare than income inequality.
Meanwhile AT&T Is Selling Its Stake In Yellow Pages For Nearly $1 Billion
NEW YORK (AP) - AT&T Inc. on Monday said it agreed to sell a majority stake in its Yellow Pages business to the private-equity firm Cerberus Capital for $950 million.
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