In the news on April 27: MySpace gets a new executive team; and yes, it’s come to this, SEC regulatory disclaimers in 140 characters or less.
Mark Papermaster’s first day at Apple as hardware design leader of mobile computers. CNET
MySpace announces its new executive team. Drumroll, please. Techcrunch
Craig Newmark just says no to Conn. Attorney General’s request to install higher regulations of its ‘erotic services’ section of Craigslist. Chron
Qualcomm posts 2Q loss because of its legal settlement with Broadcom. Chron
Palo Alto-based Hewlett-Packard plans to add $100 million data center to its campus in Colorado Springs. SF Business Times
Former Genentech exec, Kelsey, named Menlo Park-based Geron Corp.’s Chief Medical Officer. SF Business Times
Onyx Pharm.’s cancer drug fails in its Phase III trials for melanoma treatment. SF Business Times
Apple shareholders get the executive compensation voice plan of “Say on Pay”. SF Business Times
SEC regulatory disclaimers in 140 characters or less? That’s what we call corporate blog Tweets–there’s gotta be a Colbert punchline there somewhere. WSJ
Well, at least the swine flu is benefiting the drug companies. The shares of Foster City-based Gilead Sciences Inc. (that manufactures swine flu treatment) are being traded up. SF Business Times
With its new Open Stream API, Facebook is just showing once again that it’s true idol is Twitter. Gawker
Google cloud computes with PC power. CNET
Conficker/Downadup/Kido virus is out and about. Reuters
Dolmen Property Group’s $17 million renovation of the Hibernia building in SF Tenderloin is making a difference in crime reports police captain. SF Weekly
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