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Must be nice ... Larry enjoys the view while his successors scramble to pick up the pieces.
The Apartment Collector: Ex-Tech Swaps Stern's 15 CPW for Nouvel's 100 11th -- Mr. Mueller, the former CEO of e-commerce company Ariba, just bought one of the two 19th-floor condos at 100th 11th for $5.74 million. There are three bedrooms, three and a half baths and sweeping vistas of downtown and the Hudson, though the 2,674-square-foot unit lacks the dynamic curved living room of the neighboring apartment.

The giants duke it out.
Oracle Costs Hit SAP's Profit -- SAP AG's fourth-quarter results were hit Wednesday by charges of almost €1 billion to cover the costs of its lawsuit with rival Oracle Corp., overshadowing the operational strength of Europe's largest software maker.

How a bailout really works.
Provocative metaphor for the Irish bailout -- The rain beats down on a small Irish town. The streets are deserted. Times are tough. Everyone is in debt and living on credit. A rich German arrives at the local hotel, asks to view its rooms, and puts on the desk a €100 note. The owner gives him a bunch of keys and he goes off for an inspection...........

Uh Oh Toyota!!
Toyota to Recall 1.7 Million Cars Worldwide Over Fuel Leakage Issues -- Models affected by three separate recalls include the GS Lexus luxury models in North America, the Avensis sedan and station wagon models in Europe, and the Noah subcompact, RAV4 sport-utility vehicle, and Wish cars in Japan.

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