Twitter stock sinks as 4th-quarter numbers trigger worries about slowing user growth
AOL posts higher 4Q revenue thanks to advertising strength; Patch costs weigh on profit growth
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New Turkish Internet restrictions increase concerns over media freedom
Twenty-First Century Fox posts 49 pct drop in fiscal 2nd-quarter profit on acquisition costs
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Israeli President Peres adds another title to his long repertoire: Guinness record winner
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US magazine circulation slips 1.7 percent in second half of 2013; digital copies rise
News Corp fiscal 2nd-quarter earnings beat expectations; shares rise
Microsoft sticks with safe choice as CEO at critical juncture demanding dramatic changes
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States hope steps to rein in government surveillance will prompt federal changes
Time Warner posts 12 pct drop in 4th-qtr net income, but beats Wall Street predictions
Twitter's 4Q results beat estimates, but stock falls amid user growth worries
EU accepts Google's latest concessions on search display, bringing final deal in sight
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