Apple's retail chief owns up to staffing error; Moto's China workers protest layoffs

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> Apple's retail chief admitted to a mistake in staffing levels. Article (sub. req.)

> Kodak is considering not selling its digital imaging patents. Article

> Skype for Windows 8 was leaked. Article

> Motorola Mobility employees in China are protesting layoffs at the company. Article

> Sharp is reportedly considering selling some of its business units. Article

> Chip vendor Marvell Technology Group reported financials below some analysts' expectations. Article

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> Square is rolling out a new flat-rate pricing option for small business users, enabling merchants who process up to $250,000 per year to pay a monthly fee of $275. Article

> Discover customers may now save their credit card directly to their Google Wallet-enabled Android smartphone. Article

And finally… Steve Jobs' stolen iPads showed up in a street clown's routine. Article

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