Former RIM exec charged with insider trading; Sony Ericsson adding jobs

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> A former Research In Motion executive, Paul Donald, has been accused of insider trading regarding RIM's acquisition of Certicom last year. Article

> Sony Ericsson is opening up its new headquarters in Atlanta in July, adding 150 new jobs. Article

> Qualcomm and China's CK Telecom inked a deal to allow CK to develop, make and sell WCDMA and TD-SCDMA modem cards and modules. Article

> Another Foxconn employee has fallen to his death in an apparent suicide; it is the 10th such fall this year. Article

> Sonim Technologies announced $9 million in Series 4 financing, and named Richard Long, previously the divisional controller for the mobile 365 business unit at Sybase, as its CFO. Release

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> Yahoo rolled out new interactive mobile display ads. Article

> Millennial's Android ad requests grew 77 percent month-over-month. Article

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