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LinkedIn sued for $5 million over data breach
An Illinois woman has filed a $5 million lawsuit against LinkedIn Corp, saying the social network violated promises to consumers by not having better security in place when more than 6 million customer passwords were stolen.
LinkedIn confirms over 6 million passwords stolen
Hackers have stolen and posted almost 6.5 million passwords from professional networking site LinkedIn, the site confirmed today.
LinkedIn works with FBI on password theft  Reuters
Millions of LinkedIn passwords hacked (report): What you can do  Bizjournals.com (blog)
eHarmony suffers password breach on heels of LinkedIn
(CBS/AP) LONDON - Business social network LinkedIn and online dating service eHarmony said Wednesday that some of their users' passwords were stolen and millions appear to have been leaked onto the Internet.
LinkedIn breach puts site's reputation on the line
LinkedIn Corp's silence on the extent of a security breach that exposed millions of user passwords has damaged its reputation among some business professionals, and may slow the growing company's rise if the breach turns out to be more serious than ...
LinkedIn Shares Rise Despite Security Breach  International Business Times
Supreme Court Disappoints Facebook, LinkedIn, Zynga and Yahoo
The Supremes heard arguments this term in First American Financial Corp. v. Edwards, a lawsuit filed by an Ohio homeowner against her bank because it got kickbacks for steering her to a specific title company.
News Corp split could be part of bigger masterplan
Rupert Murdoch has spent decades assembling disparate newspaper, book, television and film businesses under the News Corp umbrella, starting with the Adelaide Advertiser, an Australian regional paper he inherited from his father some 60 years ago.
Why News Corp Should Break Up With Itself  The Atlantic
News Corp confirms split of publishing and entertainment  The Week UK
News Corp confirms plan to split the media giant
Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation has announced plans to split the $60bn media giant into two companies. The move should ringfence News Corp's profitable film and media business from its UK newspaper business, which is embroiled in a ...
It's official: News Corp. to split into 2 companies  CNN
Even Without Movies and TV, News Corp Is Stronger Than the New York Times Co.  The Atlantic
LinkedIn Premium Explained: Is it Worth $25 Per Month?
You might already be using LinkedIn to network, find new employees and even score yourself a new job. The site has offered a paid Premium account option with expanded profile-viewing and email capabilities for the last few years.
Spotify Mobile Web-Radio Service Will Challenge Pandora
Spotify has content deals with Sony Corp.'s Sony Music .... By borrowing to pay for its LinkedIn purchase, Microsoft preserves its option to take advantage of any repatriation tax breaks that might be enacted by the next Congress and president.
Leveson Inquiry: BSkyB conspiracy is nonsense, says Osborne
Chancellor George Osborne has said it would be "complete nonsense" to believe there was a "vast conspiracy" to hand control of BSkyB to Rupert Murdoch.
David Cameron at the Leveson Inquiry: 'Newspaper campaigns are important ...  Telegraph.co.uk