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Eye-catching recruits and full bank buyout fast-tracks grocer’s push for supremacy – The Independent – interesting how Sainsbury are going for it whilst the UK banking sector licks its wounds. Don’t forget that MBNA entered and disrupted the UK credit card market at the tail-end of the recession in the mid-1990s whilst the banks worried about underwater mortgages and demutualisation

Yahoo’s Mayer Plans Search Revamp to Narrow Google Lead – Bloomberg

Facebook aims to knock Cisco down a peg with open network hardware | Ars Technica

Apple, Samsung: Smartphone profit still only a two player game | BGR

Master List of Facebook Marketing Links –

14 Facts about Mothers from Euromonitor’s Survey Research – Analyst Insight from Euromonitor International – test how fast a webpage loads in a real browser from over 50 locations worldwide

BitTorrent introduces Bundles to help creators make money with file sharing — paidContent

Deep inside Intel’s new ARM killer: Silvermont • The Register

Tesla CEO Talking With Google About ‘Autopilot’ Systems – Bloomberg

YouTube Trends: Introducing the YouTube Trends Map

Yahoo Struggles to Find Way Out of Microsoft Web-Search Deal –

Foxconn may be planning to pull a Samsung on Apple

A Shift in the Goals of China’s Rich Abroad

The further you are from London, the more equal the cities are

How Silicon Valley is Hollowing Out the Economy (And Stealing From You To Boot)

French banks SocGen and Credit Agricole still look dodgy

Why Adobe’s move to the cloud is a future victory for Apple

Study on the great restructure in Europe by Ipsos France and FreeThinking | Publicis Europe – (PDF)

Google services survive if they make money, aren’t social | Ars Technica

EU Backs Apple in Google-Motorola Patent Fight |IndustryWeek