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Jun 29, 2011

Telstra 'got best deal possible: Ping Newslletter

Ping Newsletter
Telstra 'got best deal possible'
RETIRING Telstra chief financial officer John Stanhope is convinced the company got the best deal possible from the NBN talks.
Search begins for Stanhope successor
THE Telstra board has appointed an executive search firm to find a replacement for outgoing chief financial officer John Stanhope.
Net a daily habit for most of us
AUSTRALIA is embracing the digital age, with 70% of households connecting to the internet, and more than half of them online daily.
Cisco Cius tablet in Australia end-July
CISCO'S long-awaited Cius Android business tablet will be available in Australia from July 31, the networking giant said overnight.
Twitter co-founder steps aside
AS Biz Stone returns to internet start-up roots, the last of Twitter's three co-founders is stepping away from full-time work at the site.
News Corp sells Myspace
A GROUP associated with singer Justin Timberlake has bought the Myspace entertainment website from News Corp.
Timberlake could buy stake in MySpace
POP music sensation Justin Timberlake is set to own a slice of MySpace, following news that the company has been sold for $US35 million.
Nine pulls plug on Origin iPad app
NINE Network has pulled the plug on plans to offer a State of Origin iPad app after failing to resolve a legal dispute with Telstra.
Telco apes NAB break-up campaign
VIRGIN Mobile is launching its own version of a customer-first push.
Visa, ANZ payment project hits roadblock
THE replacement of credit cards with mobile phone payments seems no closer despite an apparently successful four-week trial by ANZ Bank and Visa.
Singapore key to local Microsoft cloud
AUSTRALIAN businesses will need to make their own arrangements if they want to use Microsoft's new cloud-delivered office software service locally.
Sony CEO takes 16pc pay cut
SONY CEO Howard Stringer took a 16 per cent pay cut, reflecting the company's third straight year of losses.

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