10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

Tim Cook visiting Foxconn

Photo: Apple via Bloomberg

Good morning. News:

  • Kleiner Perkins partner Mary Meeker’s year-end presentation on the Internet is out.
  • Yahoo has “numerous” ways it can appeal a $2.7 billion judgement from Mexico.
  • Scientists have come up with a light bulb to replace the awful fluorescent ones in your office.
  • Nokia is going to sell and lease-back its Espoo headquarters for $222 million.
  • Apple is hiring dozens of Texas Instruments engineers for its own chip-making operation.
  • This man had a horrible experience with his MacBook Pro and says you should think twice before buying your own.
  • Here’s Jon Gruber on why News Corp’s iPad-only newspaper, The Daily, failed.
  • Oracle will pay three dividends in December.
  • SoundCloud – the “YouTube of audio,” which somehow has 180 million monthly users – has redesigned.
  • Students in Austria are suing Facebook over privacy.

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