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LONDON (AP) — Twitter is acknowledging a mistake in how it handled a tweet by a Los Angeles-based journalist that included the email of the NBC Olympics president.
GLENDALE, Calif. (AP) — DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. said Tuesday that its second-quarter net income fell 63 percent, to a level below analysts' expectations. The company blamed the delayed release of "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted" in several overseas markets as well as higher distribution costs for some of the miss.
NEW YORK (AP) — In the first move of its kind, the Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday said it's accepting a $1.25 million settlement from Verizon Wireless to end an investigation into whether the company asked Google Inc. to withhold so-called "tethering" software for Internet sharing.
NEW YORK (AP) — At the turn of the millennium, online video at NBCOlympics.com meant still images taken from NBC's television feeds. Fast forward a dozen years, and every event is being shown live in the U.S. Here's a look at that evolution:
NEW YORK (AP) — Soccer and balance beam gymnastics on the desktop. Swimming and badminton on the laptop. Boxing on the iPhone. Gymnasts' floor exercises on the iPad. Vault routines on an Android phone. And rowing on TiVo.
NEW YORK (AP) — LinkedIn is expected to quadruple its second-quarter earnings when it posts results Thursday, which would be a respite from a string of underachieving numbers from some banner names in social media sector.
LONDON (AP) — It's amazing how much trouble can be stirred up in 140 characters or less.
TOKYO (AP) — Panasonic Corp. said Tuesday it returned to the black in the April-June quarter, logging a net profit of 12.8 billion ($163 million) mainly on lower costs after cutting more than 38,000 jobs over the last year.
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Philippine police have arrested eight South Koreans who allegedly hacked into one of the country's biggest telecommunications companies to lower the cost of international cellphone calls for other Koreans in the Philippines.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ross Levinsohn, the interim CEO who was snubbed in the search for a permanent leader at Yahoo, is leaving the Internet portal.