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Google To Become Display Ad Leader

The search giant is expected to be the top firm in online display advertising revenue this year, according to analysts at eMarketer. Google would unseat the reigning online ad champ Facebook. That would be a blow for Facebook, which only last year managed to beat back the previous top earner: Yahoo.
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American Airlines Warns It's Eliminating Jobs

American Airlines is notifying more than 11,000 employees that they might get laid off. The move is part of the company's ongoing bankruptcy reorganization which continues to be rocky.
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Samsung Keeps Up Patent Fight Against Apple

Apple and Samsung remained locked in their high stakes patent dispute. A Silicon Valley jury last month ordered Samsung to pay Apple more than $1 billion for infringing on its patents. Samsung is fighting in court and with a new aggressive marketing campaign for its Galaxy smartphones.
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Chick-Fil-A, Chicago Alderman Moreno Reach Deal

Chicago Alderman Joe Moreno says he will no longer stand in the way of Chick-fil-A opening a restaurant in his ward since it will stop making donations to groups that oppose gay marriage. It was a month ago that supporters filled Chick-fil-A restaurants and gay activists protested after the CEO of the restaurant chain said he opposed same-sex marriage.
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Insurance Companies Send Out Rebate Checks; Economists Get Nervous

Nearly 13 million Americans are getting rebate checks from their health insurance companies. But as is sometimes the case, what is popular with the people is not so popular with economists.
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Google, Amazon, eBay, Facebook Among Those Forming New Lobbying Group

The group is set to lobby lawmakers on issues of privacy and piracy.

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