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Softbank posts 50% operating profit margins in its mobile business

Chart of the Day: European Unemployment Hits New Record – which will take longer to turn around than the economic numbers

BlackBerry’s CEO is correct: There’s no future in tablets – I think that this is a cross form factor phenomena of commidisation driven by the Android operating system

Chinese manufacturers are beset by a global slowdown and rising wages – gradual change in the structure of the Chinese economy

Oslo Copes With Shortage of Garbage It Turns Into Energy – NYTimes.com

Placing the displaced: Lessons from researching the Irish community in London // Articles // breac // University of Notre Dame

Career mistresses, and the truth about women holding up half the sky in China – Campaign Asia – great article about consumer attitudes of Chinese women. Family cramps aspirations, financial gain is a key driver

Free Speech on the Internet: Silicon Valley is Making the Rules | New Republic

Yahoo Announces New Ad Formats: Mobile-Friendly Native Ads And A Big ‘Billboard’ On Its Front Page | TechCrunch

Proposal seeks to fine tech companies for noncompliance with wiretap orders – The Washington Post

Microsoft IllumiRoom is a coffee table projector designed for the next-generation Xbox | The Verge

Apple to release OS X 10.9 with new power-user features, more from iOS later this year | 9to5Mac

Jony Ive paints a fresh, yet familiar, look for iOS 7 | 9to5Mac – a move away from web 2.0 reflection metaphors. More here The Flattening of Design – NYTimes.com

Can BlueFocus/Huntsworth Deal Transform Western-Centric PR World? – expect this to happen more often

SoLoMo: Kotak Bank Celebrates Foursquare Day in 200 Banking Branches | VisibleBanking.com

Twitter Users Mark ‘Ed Balls Day’ Anniversary | Orange UK

Tory ministers in disarray over response to Ukip ‘clowns’ | The Guardian

Rethink listing rules after ENRC: top investor – Telegraph

London property being snapped up as quickly as before 2007 crisis – Reuters

Bank lending to bounce back as bad debts fall – The Independent

BBC News – MPs question government’s infrastructure spending plans

Auction System Helps Place Digital Outdoor Ads – WSJ.com

Why your personality will be scored in the next 5 years | VentureBeat

Junk foods avoid ad ban by targeting children online | The Guardian – not terribly surprising

A rate cut won’t help Europe because investors still lack confidence in European banks