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Box, the data storage company, has picked bankers for a 2014 IPO.

Yahoo’s new evaluation system requires managers to give low grades to some employees even when it’s not true.

Stephen Elop, who is on the list to replace MSFT CEO Steve Ballmer, is mulling making Office software programs like Word, Excel and PowerPoint available on smartphones and tablets including those made by Apple and Google.

Boost Mobile is selling the iPhone 5s and 5c for $200 off for new customers.

Kudos to Banana Republic which found a clever way to crash Twitter’s IPO party.

Young Lee, a Pinkberry co-founder, was found guilty of beating a homeless man with a tire iron.

Pimco lost $39 billion in third quarter to client withdrawals.

Super Typhoon Haiyan could be the worst storm ever.

Insane? Tom Cruise said in a deposition that he believes acting is as hard as fighting a war. 

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