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Morning Lowdown
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Morning Lowdown
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Morning Lowdown
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»  Groupon may be big in the U.S. and Europe — but it can’t seem to get traction in Japan. The daily deals site has also made a s… Read more »

Dentsu Tower
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Japanese ad giant Dentsu, which has been trying to find digital agencies to acquire for over the past year, has finally found a follow-up to… Read more »

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Sir Howard Stringer
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Whether the steep discounts of Sony (NYSE: SNE) Internet TV over the weekend was a savvy ploy or a sign of weakness is subject to interpreta… Read more »

Japan Line iPhone
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Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) has been fielding some criticism over its tight control of its iAd advertising network up to now at home. Now we’ll get t… Read more »

Yahoo Annual Meeting
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NHN, which dominates the search market in South Korea and has been relying on Yahoo to power search ads on its Naver search engine for six y… Read more »

Baseball player

YouTube will be broadcasting all Major League Baseball games on its site in Japan next year, in what the company is calling “the largest par… Read more »

Rejection
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In a hit to both Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT) and major shareholder Yahoo (NSDQ: YHOO), Yahoo Japan says it will use Google (NSDQ: GOOG) to power… Read more »

Dentsu Tower
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Dentsu’s U.S. unit has acquired Innovation Interactive, the parent of digital ad shop 360i, AdAge reported (Later: announced officially, her… Read more »

Nokia 6700 Slide
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Nokia (NYSE: NOK) is laying off 220 research and development employees in Japan, representing 1 percent of the division globally. Nokia said… Read more »

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