News links for 14 Mar 2013
Andy Rubin Says He’s “An Entrepreneur At Heart” In Message To Android Partners About Changing Role | TechCrunch
"Google’s Larry Page today announced in a blog post that former Android chief Andy Rubin would be stepping down from that position and moving on to something else within the company to be replaced by Chrome VP Sundar Pichai. Now, The Wall Street Journal has obtained an email to Android partners from Rubin describing his pride in Android and his reasons for taking a new role. The email is quoted in full below:"
LinkedIn Shares Reach Record High - Mike Isaac - Social - AllThingsD
"Not two days after Kara Swisher reported that LinkedIn would soon acquire the Pulse news reader app for more than $50 million, shares of LinkedIn were trading at a record hi...
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