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Q&A: Sean Maloney, from Intel exec to stroke activist

Sean Maloney was expected to take over as CEO of Intel someday when disaster struck in the form of a stroke in 2010. He'd been a key player in many phases of the company's growth and suddenly he was learning to speak again.  
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Victory for Kleiner Perkins doesn't mean a loss for women in tech, though it may feel that way today.

Kleiner Perkins wins on all counts

Who's who in the case | Timeline: Ellen Pao's career

Social media reaction to the verdict | Video: Lawyers react  

Bringing businesses on to Facebook's Messenger service could streamline communications with companies, but it also gives them a new means to market to you and provides Facebook even more data on your activities.  
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Scammers are using social security numbers and other information collected in data breaches to steal a person's identity and file for their tax return. Frequently, the first time that a taxpayer becomes aware that their data has been compromised is after they file their return, are waiting for a refund, and receive a notice from the IRS that somebody has already filed their tax return.  
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Apple's ambition to be a dominant player in television is expected to accelerate the unraveling of the pay-TV bundle.
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With Intel reportedly in talks to acquire Altera, analysts say that such a deal could benefit both companies.  
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Keeping wild birds healthy is tricky business

Dosing water supplies is not a recommended treatment for dealing with outbreaks of disease among wild birds. 
'The Sopranos' Drea De Matteo loses New York home in explosion

'Modern Family’ actress Sarah Hyland grew up across the street from buildings that burned and collapsed in accident caused by gas and plumbing work.