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The patent war between Facebook and Yahoo may be only just starting.A new report says Facebook has acquired 750 patents from computer-systems giant IBM. The news comes shortly after Yahoo sued Facebook for patent infringement over 10 of its software patents.

Facebook has weighed in on a practice by some businesses asking employees or job applicants for their passwords to the popular social-media site.In a nutshell? Facebook says don't do it unless you want to get sued.

Saudi Arabia announced yesterday it would work individually and in coordination with the GCC countries and other producers to ensure an adequate oil supply to bring down prices to reasonable levels that could accelerate global economic recovery.

Saudi Arabia is taking steps to cool the overheating global energy market, boosting its exports to the US and re-opening old oilfields to expand production, as the world's largest oil producer tries to prevent damage to the global economic recovery.

Apple on Monday announced plans for much of the $97.6 billion in cash it has accumulated from massive iPod, iPhone, iPad and Macintosh sales.

When Twitter buys a startup, it's often after the company's staff, not its product which makes Twitter's latest takeover one of its most intriguing. Twitter announced late Monday that it has acquired blogging platform Posterous.

Angry rants about the demise of corporate culture aren't reserved only for ex-Goldman Sachs employees. Microsoft-turned-Google engineer James Whittaker now once again a Microsoft employee fired off a scathing blast Tuesday on a Microsoft blog about why he left Google.

Shares of Apple reached $600 for the first time on Thursday, setting yet another milestone for the stock market's most valuable company.

Emirates Airline, the world's largest operator of Airbus's A380 superjumbo, has lambasted the aircraft maker and plans to seek compensation after complaining of widespread disruption to the carrier following the discovery of wing cracks on the jet.

Greece, the country at the center of the eurozone debt crisis, has pushed through a huge debt swap that saves it from a disorderly default and clears the way for it to receive its second bailout, worth €130 billion ($171.5 billion).

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