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55% of mobile search conversions happen within an hour | Econsultancy

Why Tech Companies May Really Want All Those Extra Visas | MIT Technology Review

German Techno DJ Westbam: New Album Features Pop Collaborations – SPIEGEL ONLINE

Are Yuppies Ruining London? | VICE United Kingdomthe price of the average home has increased by 94 percent, while wages have risen by just 29 percent. And rent is set to increase twice as fast as house prices in 2013, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

CISPA’s Immunity Provision Would Allow Corporate Hacking | Motherboard

Commodity prices | The Economist

The Biggest Price-Fixing Scandal Ever | Rolling Stone

Newspapers’ alternative regulation plans: the key differences | Media | The Guardian – most of this makes sense, except for the omission of a hotline; presumably so that when it is bargained back in the newspapers can get movement on something they are more concerned about

Why Big Cities Make Media Liberal—and Why the Koch Brothers Can’t Do Anything About It – Politics – The Atlantic

SpinMedia Buys Vibe Magazine, Cuts Print Edition, Staff – Peter Kafka – Media – AllThingsD

Fast Company puts twist on advertiser’s content | Crain’s New York Business

Nokia Lumia executive Steven Overman resigns | BGR

Apple R&D Spending, 2013: Apple Ups Research & Development Spending | BGR

Galaxy S4 Not the Game-Changer We Expected | SiliconANGLE – more of a meta-review

Are Teenagers Abandoning Facebook? [INFOGRAPHIC] – Social Networking Watch: News on the Social Networking and Social Media Industry

Group Led By Google Wants More Speed On The Web, Releases Nginx PageSpeed Module In Beta | TechCrunch

Mountain Dew to Introduce a Sponsored Web Site – NYTimes.com – smart move by Mountain Dew

So just how easy is it to build a brand using social media? | Excapite – search still matters

The New York Times paywall has hit a growth wall – Quartz

UPS: Asia still looks shaky – Quartz

Huntsworth sells £36.5m stake to Asia PR group BlueFocus | PRWeek – this is an interesting move

Bogus gov online test tells people on dole they’re just SO employable • The Register

UK way behind Germany and Italy in robotics – not terribly surprising that continued underinvestment dogs UK businesses same as it has done for the past 50 years

Goldman Sachs’ boss Lloyd Blankfein says we must stick with austerity

Why can’t private banks break China? – making the same mistakes as other companies have when entering China

What kind of woman is willing to share her husband? – changing social norms in UK muslim communities

Krugman’s uncanny accuracy shows why more eyes should be on Japan

Zynga Hemorrhaging Users Like a Shotgun Wound – not surprised, gaming is like the film business