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  • is in talks to merge its T-Mobile USA unit with smaller rival MetroPCS, in a move that could pave the way for the German company to eventually exit the U.S. wireless market.

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    Should you care that Google’s market capitalization just passed that of Microsoft?

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    Shares of Apple have been pummeled in recent weeks, but at least one pro thinks they are the market's "Mister October" and ready for a rebound.

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    Over the next handful of days, you’re likely to hear about market patterns and the month of October. Here’s what you need to know.

  • NEW YORK-- Problems with Apple Inc.' s new maps feature have been well publicized and reported over the past week, but Sterne Agee analyst Shaw Wu says demand for the iPhone 5 remains "robust." Apple released an update to its iPhone and iPad operating system last month that replaced Google Maps with Apple's own map application.

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    Samsung has just added the iPhone 5 to its list of patent targets, just the latest volley in a heated legal battle between the two titans of mobile.

  • WASHINGTON, Oct 2- Google subsidiary Motorola Mobility has dropped a complaint of patent infringement against Apple without explanation. Apple did not return telephone calls seeking comment and Google said only: "As we have said many times before, we will continue to vigorously defend our partners".

  • Coca-Cola

    Coca-Cola has been able to navigate a weak global economy for the past four years and continue to grow, CEO Muhtar Kent said in a CNBC interview Tuesday.

  • Google Search

    Google shares hit a fresh all-time high on Tuesday, catapulting the company to become the second most valuable tech company briefly, but one analyst sees a troubling long-term trend for the search giant.

  • Former Yahoo Chief on Marissa Mayer

    Carol Bartz, former CEO of Yahoo, offers her own thoughts on her successor at Yahoo, Marissa Mayer.

  • WASHINGTON, Oct 2- Google subsidiary Motorola Mobility has dropped a complaint of patent infringement against Apple without explanation. In a brief filing with the International Trade Commission made on Monday, Motorola Mobility said it was dropping without prejudice a complaint that Apple had infringed on seven Motorola patents.

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    The annual Advertising Week conference is underway in New York and the big question this year is where are ad revenues growing and who's cashing in on that growth?

  • Richard Branson

    For an entrepreneur launching a start-up, it's easy to neglect your health and family. Writing for Entrepreneur, Sir Richard Branson shares his tested strategies for staying successful and sane.

  • Would Steve Jobs Have Fired Tim Cook?

    Discussing the impact of the leadership skills of Apple's CEO, with Rocco Pendola,, and William George, Harvard Business School professor.

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  • Google Hits Another All Time High Today

    Ben Schacter, Macquarie Research analyst, explains why Google is not an expensive stock and has an "Outperform" rating on the stock; while Colin Gillis, BGC Financial, defends his "Hold" rating and questions the effectiveness of "click" advertising.

  • Oct 2- Canada's main stock index looked set for a higher open on Tuesday, as euro zone worries eased after a report ignited expectations of an imminent bailout request from Spain.

  • S&P 500 futures rose 7.7 points, Dow Jones industrial average futures rose 23 points, and Nasdaq 100 futures. The biotechnology company and Japan's Daiichi Sankyo Co Ltd. CNBC Mad Money host Jim Cramer said the Internet company has "real value because it has some really terrific assets", and new Chief Executive Marissa Mayer is committed to unlocking its value.

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    Take a look at some of Tuesdays morning movers.

  • TORONTO, Oct 1- AOL Inc entered the mobile gaming market with a social video guessing game available on Apple's iPhone that uses voice recognition technology to keep players from cheating.