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Today in Tech: iPad 2 reviews, AOL layoffs today

March 10, 2011: 5:00 AM ET

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AOL CEO Tim Armstrong and Arianna Huffington. Photo: Bloomberg

  • AOL plans to layoff several hundred employees starting today in editorial and other media product groups, as well as jobs in India -- areas like network and ad sales should remain unaffected. The move comes as AOL restructures its editorial division after the $315 million acquisition of The Huffington Post and the appointment of founder Arianna Huffington as Editor in Chief of the newly-christened Huffington Post Media Group, which includes properties like TechCrunch and Engadget. (AllThingsD)
  • Super troubled actor Charlie Sheen may have been fired from his show, but he's certainly not lacking for attention. Sheen, who recently landed as a Twitter sponsor and Tweeted in search of a social media intern, received more than 74,000 applications from 181 countries. (Davis PR) More
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