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    Thursday, November 29, 2012
    Dell May Take Stake In Sharp
    Round Rock-based Dell is looking, alongside chip maker Intel, at investing in troubled display manufacturer Sharp, according to a report today. The Wall Street Journal reports that Dell and Intel may invest $240M in capital in Sharp, in return for access to Sharp's display technology. The moves come as Sharp has run into financial troubles, with the (More info...)

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    WhaleShark: We Drove 2 Percent Of Sales From Thanksgiving To Cyber Monday
    WhalekShark Media said today that 2 percent of all e-commerce sales from Thanksgiving through Cyber Monday came through its online coupon site, RetailMeNot. According to the firm, it tracked almost $90M in merchant sales in the period came from its site, as shoppers flocked to the coupon and deals site to find bargains on their holiday shopping. RetailMeNot said that it saw traffic growth of 39 pe (More info...)

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    Macheen Gets Investment From Qualcomm
    Austin-based Macheen, the provider of mobile, broadband connection services for electronic devices, has scored a strategic investment from wireless company Qualcomm, the company said this morning. Size of the investment round was not announced. Macheen develops a service which provides constant connectivity to the Internet for connected devices, which does not require users to pay for a broadband Internet co (More info...)

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