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»  Now that Groupon has filed for a $750 million IPO, it’s time to guess the next daily deal site to go public. (paidContent)

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»  Now that Groupon has filed for a $750 million IPO, it’s time to guess the next daily deal site to go public. (paidContent)

»  Why Bill Keller Stepped Down As Times Executive Editor And How the Paper’s Staffers Staged An Intervention Over His Column (New York magazine; check out our coverage here)

»  In midday trading, CBS (NYSE: CBS) Corp.’s stock price sharply rose almost 3% to $27.71 — after remarks from Les Moonves, its president and CEO, that upfront prices would gain “very strong double-digit growth.” He added: “We’re not going to sell at 9 percent or 10 percent. (Mediapost)

»  iPad Rivals Fail to Gain Traction, a report Says (NYT)

»  Tribune Co. execs keep jockeying for position (Robert Feder)

»  Introducing Pulse.me: An Easy Way to Save Stories on Your iPad, iPhone, Android device – or the Web (Pulse blog)

»  Why YouTube (NSDQ: GOOG) Adopting Creative Commons Is a Big Deal (GigaOm)

»  Is Twitter writing, or is it speech? Why we need a new paradigm for our social media platforms (Nieman Lab)

»  BBC Reports 10 Million Apps Downloaded Worldwide (Beet.tv)

»  Big Reddit Changes Coming? Conde Nast Purchases 285 Reddit Domain Names (Bill Hartzer)

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