- Damn, YouTube really knows how to play it! After Viacom made the site rip down some videos taken from Comedy Central last week, the two companies talked, and the clips are going back up. [Adweek]
- AOL Europe president resigns after AOL sells her former company; the company's French chief replaces her. [Mad.co.uk]
- AOL picked up a hefty profit jump despite falling total income, thanks to cost-cutting — like canning employees and selling divisions. So there's some profit growth for now, but they can't fire people forever. [BusinessWeek]
- Hey look, AOL's revamped Netscape.com may have stopped hemorrhaging traffic last month! Every earlier month-long gain was followed by a long decline, but still... [Alexa]
- Samsung Germany says the EU raided its offices last month over a price-fixing investigation. [BusinessWeek]
- The former chairman of Cendant (a travel company that owns a fleet of travel sites including Orbitz) was convicted of conspiracy and false reporting for his role in the largest fraud incident of the 1990s. [Bloomberg]
- Cingular plans to start a mobile music service in conjunction with Napster, Yahoo Music, and eMusic. So does that mean they're not the carrier for Apple's iPhone? [Wall Street Journal]
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