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He’ll keep the blue check, though: Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is stepping down
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Nov. 9, 2010, 6:08 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Amazon gives publishers a bigger cut on Kindle, Medill goes on a hiring spree, the age-old display ad problem

Coupons are still king: 40% of holiday shoppers expected to use them »

Public Service Announcement: Media Consortium is looking for a new executive director »

US internet users saw 1.3 trillion display ads last quarter Is that supply outpacing demand? »

Nice opportunity for small online video producers to get their stuff in front of 15 million people »

Good news for Kindle publishers. Amazon announcing a bump in revenue share to 70% »

AOL runs into the age-old problem: display ads bother readers, but they make money… »

Public Service Announcement: Medill is hiring like crazy (ranging from videographers to enterprise experts) »

Internet on a plane: Google is giving you free in-flight wifi for the holidays »

By 2015 the e-book publishing industry could be worth $3 billion »

The expanded NYT DealBook will get an "initial reprieve" from the wall »

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He’ll keep the blue check, though: Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is stepping down
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