Super Tuesday: Here’s what to watch for as 12 states go to the polls today.
Fidelity writes down the value of corporate software startups.
Brazil arrests a senior Facebook exec after the company disobeyed a court order to help investigators in a drug case involving a WhatsApp user.
Wired has an op-ed on why we must regulate bitcoin.
FBI Director James Comey concedes a mistake was made over iPhone in San Bernardino case.
AT&T says it plans to launch a web TV service by this fall.
Jeffrey Katzenberg floats the idea of a DreamWorks Animation merger with Paramount.
Iconiq Capital, which helps manage the fortunes of Mark Zuckerberg and other Silicon Valley billionaires, hires Stanford endowment manager, Bloomberg reports.
Newly release bin Laden letter calls on Americans to help Obama fight climate change and “save humanity”.
PE-owned iHeartMedia enters lender pact that may head off default fight, Bloomberg reports.
Cisco is buying CliQr for $260 million to expand its cloud management solutions.
Jay Z’s streaming music service Tidal fires its CFO and COO.
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