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  1. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Tops Fortune's 40 Under 40 List

    7:32 am 10/20/2011

    James Murdoch, who ranked eighth last year, drops off amid News Corp.’s phone hacking scandal.Read more

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  2. Viacom, Google Face Off in Appeals Court Over YouTube Copyright Issues

    12:51 pm 10/18/2011

    The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals case will shape the future of the Internet by determining the standard for copyright liability.Read more

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  3. Entertainment Coalition Creative America Ramping Up Efforts to Battle Piracy (Video)

    8:30 am 10/18/2011

    The group -- which consists of the major studios, networks, labor unions and others -- is launching a grass-roots campaign this week that includes working for passage of the Protect IP Act.Read more

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  4. Google to Shut Down Buzz

    1:29 pm 10/17/2011

    The company announced that a "fall sweep" will eliminate the social networking site, and focus will shift solely on Google+.Read more

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  5. YouTube to Add TV Channels With Premium Content From Hollywood Providers

    5:09 pm 10/14/2011

    The Google-owned company has been striking deals with Warner Bros., BermanBraun and others for an initiative expected to cost $150 million.Read more

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  6. Hulu Takes Itself Off the Auction Block

    4:33 pm 10/13/2011

    UPDATED: Disney and News Corp. say they will hold on to the pioneering streaming-media company as an effort to find a buyer abruptly ends.Read more

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  7. Google Shares Soar as Earnings Blow Past Estimates

    1:36 pm 10/13/2011

    The company says its new Google+, which competes with Facebook, already boasts 40 million users.Read more

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  8. Google+ Social Network Not Yet Reaching the Mainstream

    5:25 pm 10/12/2011

    Facebook and Twitter remain the public’s preferred social networking sites.Read more

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  9. YouTube Nears Original Content Deals With 'X Factor' Producer, 'CSI' Creator, Tony Hawk

    7:11 am 10/4/2011

    The Google-owned video site is spending more than $100 million on content production deals and is looking for advertising revenue in return after program channels roll out next year.

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  10. Google, Dish Made Highest Hulu Bids in First Round (Report)

    5:49 am 9/27/2011

    The owners of the online video site have been exploring a sale for $2 billion-plus. Read more

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