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November 24, 2010

Morning roundup: pick of the comment, November 24 2010

Our pick of the morning reading


SAP fined $1.3bn for nicking Oracle IP while ICO levies first big UK fines (CBR Rolling Blog)
Data misuse just gets more expensive every day. Today alone, such mistakes have cost some parties literally millions and millions of dollars and pounds. Gary Flood reports.

Google-bashing season in full swing (Financial Times)
With European competition officials close to a decision on whether to open a full investigation into Google, the opposition forces (with Microsoft clearly in the background) have been ramping up the attack, says Richard Waters.

Apple I computer, hand built by Steve Jobs, sells for $210,000 in London (Los Angeles Times)
An Apple I computer built by Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs in Jobs’ parents’ garage sold today for 425 times more than an iPad.

Is the search for the Startup Hero holding back startup teams? (TechCrunch)
Mike Butcher looks at the start of the startup scene in the UK and US.

Buyouts are back (451 Group)
The pending take-private of Novell underscores just how much private equity (PE) activity has rebounded since the Credit Crisis nearly shut down tech buyouts, says Brenon Daly.


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