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Yahoo looks to mobile to make money

Yahoo will try to harvest revenue from mobile applications outside its own crop of services

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LinkedIn targets the Middle East

Career networking website LinkedIn has launched an Arabic version targeting the Middle East’s majority youth population

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Sony to focus on PlayStation, entertainment for profits

Sony Corp is aiming to see operating profit soar to more than 4.2 billion dollars in fiscal 2017 with renewed focus on image sensors, PlayStation and entertainment businesses

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“Robin Hood” bank hackers steal $1 billion

The hacker gang that looted as much as $1 billion worldwide from banks was unusual: It stole directly from the banks, instead of ripping off their customers

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Islamic State hacks Newsweek Twitter feed: report

The Newsweek Twitter feed was briefly hacked this morning, purportedly by a group associated with the Islamic State

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MTN appoints new chief business risk officer

Suren Sooklal has been appointed MTN’s chief business risk officer, the company said on Thursday

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New York Times online sales on the up

The New York Times is printing fewer newspapers, but its earnings report showed Tuesday that its online business is making progress

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Lenovo profits fall following Motorola deal

Computer maker Lenovo Group says its latest quarterly profit declined 5 percent, reflecting its acquisition of the unprofitable Motorola

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Scientist jailed for offering to build nuclear bomb

An American scientist was sentenced Wednesday to five years in prison and three years under supervised release, after pleading guilty to trying to build nuclear weapons for Venezuela

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Sony to fire 1,000 smartphone workers

Sony Corp plans to eliminate another 1,000 workers in its smartphone business, mainly in Europe and China, a report said Wednesday

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