peHUB Second Opinion 12.13

Study says New Jersey will face a $5.5 billion pension bill by 2018.

So far, the fiscal cliff looks like the Y2K of 2012

Finally! Google Maps is now available for the iPhone.

Wal-Mart and Kroger are among those vying to buy assets of Hostess Brands.

The U.S. says it won’t ratify a U.N. telecom treaty due to censorship concerns and fears it would disrupt the Internet’s current governance structure.

Dell has pulled the plug on its smartphone business.

Google has rolled out a new feature that lets the public see false DMCA takedown requests

Young Soh, Samsung’s chief strategy officer, admits he’s kind of an Apple fanboy.

Susan Rice has dropped out of the running to be the next secretary of state.

So where’s the offer? Richard Schulze has reportedly lined up financing for a $5 bln to $6 bln bid for Best Buy.

Photo courtesy of REUTERS/Allison Joyce

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