10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here’s what you need to know:

  • Netflix spends up to $100 million to stream Mad Men.
  • No, there won’t be an iPhone 5 in June…
  • …even though teens are totally crazy for Apple’s products.
  • Cisco’s CEO admits the company has been spreading itself too thin, announces big refocus/reorg.
  • Google is taking control of Android.
  • Tesla’s CEO speaks out about his lawsuit against the BBC.
  • Blockbuster’s assets are bought out of bankruptcy for $228 million.
  • New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger says their paywall didn’t cost $40 million.
  • Twitter changes its homepage with a new focus on following, not tweeting.
  • BONUS: When big tech companies “innovate”.
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