Vodafone freezes workers' pay; iPhone sales weak in Russia

> Vodafone froze the pay of 10,000 U.K. workers and cut all bonuses. Article

> Apple may have sold over 11 million iPhone units in the last two quarters, but sales of the popular device in Russia have been decidedly weaker. Article

> Chinese telecom equipment and handset vendor ZTE said it remains confident about double-digit growth for 2009. Article

> Informa Telecoms & Media forecast that mobile broadband subscribers will represent about one-third of all global mobile subscribers by 2013. Article

> Best Buy's fourth quarter profit dropped, but its adjusted results beat Wall Street expectations. Article

And finally... A man in New York has been accused by police of stashing his 98-year-old mother's body in a freezer so that he could keep cashing in her Social Security checks. Article

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