10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here’s the news:

  • Facebook will keep its stock listed on the Nasdaq stock market even though the company’s execs say they feel betrayed by the way Nasdaq handled its IPO.
  • An ex-Facebook employee says that Mark Zuckerberg used to treat sexual harassment at Facebook like a joke.
  • Sheryl Sandberg’s former right-hand woman has moved on to greater things.
  • Dell is reportedly very close to buying Quest Software for what could be more than $2 billion. Bloomberg reports the deal could happen as soon as today.
  • Apple has finally settled a dispute over the iPad trademark in China. It cost them $60 million.
  • Apple has also won an injunction against Samsung that blocks sales of the Galaxy Nexus smartphone in the United States.
  • Business Insider’s Steve Kovach explains why Google Now totally puts Siri to shame.
  • Bertrand Serlet, the brains behind Apple’s Mac operating system, is working on a new Cloud OS startup in Palo Alto.
  • Right after raising $25 million, LinkedIn-wannabe BranchOut started losing millions of users. Here’s what went wrong.
  • Don’t miss this great post from Fred Wilson explaining how mobile is where the growth is.

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