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"Change just happens with new management and it's actually refreshing for all of us. So 15,000 employees, three people left? That's OK."
-- Yahoo's Carol Bartz on Fox Business News (Media Channel)
At its "Back to Mac" event, Apple unveiled two lighter, thinner MacBook Air models with flash memory replacing standard hard drives and OSX Lion, which includes interface tweaks borrowed from iOS. (Fortune Tech)
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