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* Just who exactly
is new Research in Motion
) CEO Thorsten Heins, and how does he intend to turn around
the struggling smartphone company? An inside look. (Bloomberg Businessweek)
) reportedly plans to eliminate
10,000 jobs, or 6% of its workforce, as early as December reports Nikkei. (Nikkei via Reuters)
) four prior CEOs were offered
memberships with the Augusta National Golf Club, so why shouldn't Virginia Rometty gain entrance? Why the all-male golf club has become the center of a gender debate. (The Wall Street Journal)
* Despite officially launching on Easter Sunday, a day when many AT&T stores were closed for the holiday, Nokia'
s Lumia 900 phone may have sold well
thanks at least in part to healthy sales on Amazon (AMZN
). (The New York Times)
COO Keith Rabois explains
how the popular company will move beyond payments. (Business Insider)
* Randi Zuckerberg
, sibling of Mark, is co-producing a tech-focused reality show for Bravo dubbed "Silicon Valley." Already, the show has come under fire
for a cast that doesn't include well-known Valley figures. (TechCrunch)
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