10 Things You Need To Know This Morning


Good morning! Here’s the news:

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook fired back after all the accusations of worker abuse in China.
  • Twitter will be censoring tweets by country based on what each country allows.
  • Twitter is currently hiring in New York City.
  • Google Wallet got its second big management shakeup in a week.
  • Tim Armstrong’s new hip is setting off metal detectors all over Davos.
  • Motorola only shipped 1 million tablets last year.
  • Larry Ellison is gearing up for a huge boat race.
  • RIM’s product roadmap for 2012 has leaked and it’s pretty underwhelming.
  • The cofounder of Lady Gaga-funded startup Backplane says it will be bigger than Facebook and Google.
  • Apple’s iAd business was held back by Steve Jobs’s illness.

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