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MTN whipped, but still a good buy

MTN’s share price is likely to remain wobbly as jittery foreign investors face massive pressure from United States authorities and lobby groups

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MTN upbeat over trial

MTN has scored what it believes is an early victory in its fight to quash the $4.2-billion corruption lawsuit brought by rival Turkcell in a United States court

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Android lost Google money throughout 2010

Google Inc’s Android mobile platform resulted in a net loss for the company in every quarter of 2010, despite generating roughly $97.7 million in revenue for the first quarter of that year, a U.S. judge said in court

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Yahoo CEO’s education records questioned

Yahoo Inc’s board of directors will review a discrepancy in the educational record of its chief executive, Scott Thompson, a spokesman told Reuters, after activist hedge fund Third Point accused Thompson of padding his academic credentials

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Derek Wilcocks the new Dimension Data MEA CEO

Dimension Data today announced that Allan Cawood has stepped down as CEO of Dimension Data Middle East & Africa (MEA)

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Oracle, HP won’t settle in R31 billion lawsuit

An Oracle Corp attorney ruled out a settlement with Hewlett-Packard Co in a bitter lawsuit over the Itanium microprocessor, a day after the judge refused to resolve the case for either side before trial

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SA looking to India for IT skills

President Jacob Zuma says that South Africa will partner with India to get ICT and computer science skills

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Nokia files patent suits against HTC, RIM, Viewsonic

Nokia files patent lawsuits against a host of companies in the U.S. and Germany

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Microsoft Windows 7, Xbox 360 banned in Germany

A German court ruled on Wednesday that Microsoft infringed Motorola Mobility’s patents in making its popular Xbox gaming consoles

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Google vs. Oracle – jury decision pending

Jurors began deliberating on Monday about whether Google Inc violated Oracle Corp’s copyright on parts of the Java programming language, part of a high stakes trial over smartphone technology with more than $1 billion in play

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