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  • See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Tuesday's Squawk on the Street.

  • A new stat on copyright infringement released today is shocking: 23.8 percent of all global Internet traffic involves digital theft with BitTorrent accounting for 11.4 percent.

  • See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Monday's Squawk on the Street.

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    LivingSocial is making major gains on its bigger rival, Groupon, which dominates the daily deals space with 50 million users. Once a distant second, LivingSocial's big discount offer from Amazon, which invested $175 million in the company, really put it on the map. LivingSocial added five million subscribers in January, hitting 20 million subscribers.

  • Plus, get calls on the Nasdaq’s pullback, Ford’s earnings and more.

  • Twitter

    I've been on Twitter since Dec. 22, 2008. I have sent out more than 12,200 tweets. That's an average of 16 tweets a day. That's a lot. That's a problem.

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    Top management at Google plans no major changes in its direction, even though two of the top executives shifting roles in April, CEO Eric Schmidt told CNBC Friday.

  • See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Friday's Squawk on the Street.

  • Cramer thinks these sectors are ready to start their next push higher.

  • LinkedIn

    LinkedIn has filed its S-1 with the SEC, the first step towards an initial public offering for up to $175 million.

  • Microsoft

    The software giant reported earnings of $6.63 billion, or 77 cents a share for its fiscal second quarter, versus $6.66 billion, or 74 cents a share a year ago.

  • Amazon.com's fulfillment center in Fernley, Nevada.

    The online retailer's shares plunged in extended trading Thursday after the firm reported revenue that fell below what Wall Street had expected.

  • Cable TV

    Consumers are pinching pennies anywhere they can due to continued concern over the global economy , which for some means a willingness to cut services that aren't a necessity.

  • Netflix

    On the heels of yesterday's earnings the stock is up around fifteen percent today. And it's not just the higher-than expected subscriber numbers and earnings: a slew of analysts have upgraded the stock and their price targets today. These analysts are not spooked by a sky-high valuation - Netflix's current p/e is 79.

  • As snow blankets the Northeast, the "Fast Money" traders consider whether the cold is throwing off economic figures.

  • Google Voice App

    An unscientific study of Internet calling apps — all available for Android phones and iPhones — discovers strengths and weaknesses in the likes of Google Voice and Fring.

  • Twitter

    If potential employees aren't following a company's Twitter feed—or they're falling asleep while reading it—the "open position" tweets aren't going to cull any talent. So what's a corporate Twitterer to do? Weed out the nonsense and check your Tweets for these vitals.

  • Six in 60

    Here's why you should keep a close eye on these six stocks.

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    The United States need to be a leader in thought, design, and execution. Economic victory requires nothing less.

  • Sony PSP2

    The company unveiled its next generation handheld system Thursday – the successor to its six-year old PlayStation Portable device. Sony also announced a new initiative that would bring PlayStation games to Android-based devices.