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Fired Yahoo CEO may lose $10 mln for dropping F-bomb over 'doofus' company board
Former Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz, who was recently fired over the phone, is likely to lose ten million dollars for violating a non-disparagement clause when calling the company's board 'doofuses' and claimed they had 'fucked me over'. ANI

AOL, Yahoo reportedly in merger talks
American Online (AOL) CEO Tim Armstrong is reportedly in preliminary talks with Yahoo officials 'to gauge its interest in combining the companies.' ANI

Next Gen Metals' (TSXV:N) Shareholders Approve Property Acquisition in Quebec - Video Summary Posted on www.InvestmentPitch.com
Vancouver, British Columbia, September 9, 2011 - The shareholders of Next Gen Metals, (TSXV:N) have approved the acquisition of a 60% option interest in the Destiny Gold Project, from Pacific North West Capital (TSX:PFN).InvestmentPitch.com has posted a ""video news alert"" based on this acquisition. If this link is not enabled, please visit www.investmentpitch ACN Newswire

Virgin Media Trials 1.5Gb Broadband Speeds Powered by Cisco Cable Access Technology
IBC -- Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) announced today it is working with Virgin Media to further enhance the company's network by deploying DOCSIS 3.0 technology to deliver high speed Internet services on the company's existing network infrastructure. In a trial in East London, Virgin Media achieved ground-breaking broadband speeds of 1 MarketWire

Net Insight Wins CSI Award for Best HDTV Technology Project
For the Second Consecutive Year Net Insight is Recognized for its Successful Nimbra Platform GlobeNewswire

Next Gen Metals' (TSXV:N) Shareholders Approve Property Acquisition in Quebec - Video Summary Posted on www.InvestmentPitch.com
Vancouver, British Columbia, September 9, 2011 - The shareholders of Next Gen Metals, (TSXV:N) have approved the acquisition of a 60% option interest in the Destiny Gold Project, from Pacific North West Capital (TSX:PFN). GlobeNewswire

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