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NYT in 90 Seconds

NYT in 90 Seconds

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  • A British High Court case pitting the Beatles’ record co., Apple Corps, against Apple’s iTunes is underway. “Le Freak” is played in the courtroom. Seriously.

  • Wal-Mart looking for senior-level flaks on the attack.
  • A memorial for murdered Seattle rave kids that draws a Styles section worthy crowd.
  • Bloggers, they’re relentless. Just ask a California Republican Congressional candidate, whose photo of a peaceful and prosperous Baghdad was really Istanbul.
  • If you’ve seen one solar eclipse, you’ve seen ‘em all.
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  • Lou Dobbs: CNN anchor-advocate takes up immigration issue, wins viewers.

  • Randy Quaid files suit over role in Brokeback Mountain, still considered by some to be an “arthouse” film.
  • Apple’s chief technology officer and Mac OSX developer is set to leave.
  • Nigeria says ex-President of Liberia has disappeared. Ours, however, keeps popping up.
  • Commissioner of baseball Bud Selig to announce a steroid investigation. Not that there’s a book out that essentially does the investigation for him.
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  • Bush meets with reporters for off-the-record talks. The Times reports about it, but does not participate.

  • Google is ramping up its lobbying efforts in Washington.
  • Interpublic Groupe gives Wall Street 8 hours of speeches and presentations around the corner from mb HQ at the Puck Building in SoHo.
  • Two years later, the Federal Election Commission rules unanimously that political communication on the Internet, including blogs, is not regulated by campaign finance laws.
  • The only part of NASCAR we find mildly interesting: The post-race brouhaha.
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