Facebook settles New York child safety probe

Facebook settles New York child safety probe
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Facebook Inc, the fast-growing social network Web site, has agreed to settle a child safety probe in New York, the New York state attorney said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

MySpace in ad-supported music deal with Sony BMG
NEW YORK (Reuters) – News Corp’s MySpace has reached a licensing deal with Sony BMG Music Entertainment to stream music videos from its artists, who include Britney Spears, Beyonce Knowles and Bruce Springsteen.[Lees verder]

Bill would let ID theft victims seek restitution
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A bipartisan bill that would let victims of identity theft seek restitution for money and time they spent repairing their credit history was introduced on Tuesday in the Senate.[Lees verder]

House backs 4-yr extension of Internet tax ban
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. House of Representatives approved legislation on Tuesday to extend a moratorium on state Internet access taxes for four years, brushing aside calls by some lawmakers for a permanent ban.[Lees verder]

New businesses seen key to Google growth long-term
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google Inc shares are trading just 3 percent below a record high ahead of its quarterly report on Thursday, but many investors are looking past the strong results expected and focusing on whether it can diversify revenue to sustain growth long-term.[Lees verder]

E.W. Scripps to split into two companies
NEW YORK (Reuters) – E.W. Scripps Co said on Tuesday that it would split itself into two publicly traded companies, the second U.S. newspaper publisher and broadcaster in a month to break apart in a bid to boost its market value.[Lees verder]

BBC in drama of 21st century media
LONDON (Reuters) – Having angered Queen Elizabeth and the public, Britain’s BBC is set to shed staff with sweeping job cuts this week in the biggest crisis to hit the world-renowned broadcaster since a government clash over Iraq.[Lees verder]

Facebook settles New York child safety probe
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Facebook Inc, the fast-growing social network Web site, has agreed to settle a child safety probe in New York, the New York state attorney said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

MySpace in ad-supported music deal with Sony BMG
NEW YORK (Reuters) – News Corp’s MySpace has reached a licensing deal with Sony BMG Music Entertainment to stream music videos from its artists, who include Britney Spears, Beyonce Knowles and Bruce Springsteen.[Lees verder]

Bill would let ID theft victims seek restitution
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A bipartisan bill that would let victims of identity theft seek restitution for money and time they spent repairing their credit history was introduced on Tuesday in the Senate.[Lees verder]

House backs 4-yr extension of Internet tax ban
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. House of Representatives approved legislation on Tuesday to extend a moratorium on state Internet access taxes for four years, brushing aside calls by some lawmakers for a permanent ban.[Lees verder]

New businesses seen key to Google growth long-term
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google Inc shares are trading just 3 percent below a record high ahead of its quarterly report on Thursday, but many investors are looking past the strong results expected and focusing on whether it can diversify revenue to sustain growth long-term.[Lees verder]

E.W. Scripps to split into two companies
NEW YORK (Reuters) – E.W. Scripps Co said on Tuesday that it would split itself into two publicly traded companies, the second U.S. newspaper publisher and broadcaster in a month to break apart in a bid to boost its market value.[Lees verder]

BBC in drama of 21st century media
LONDON (Reuters) – Having angered Queen Elizabeth and the public, Britain’s BBC is set to shed staff with sweeping job cuts this week in the biggest crisis to hit the world-renowned broadcaster since a government clash over Iraq.[Lees verder]

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