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Apple's stock price: It can go down, too?

By now the trajectory of any story about stock in tech giant Apple should be familiar. It goes up; soars; jumps. You buy an iPhone and Steve Jobs' replacement periodically presents a smaller, svelter iSomething that makes you want another one - and the stock rockets again. At least, this was the case, but now the rhythm might be changing. Apple's stock price took another hit on Monday - and Matt Zeitlin over at the Daily Beast has fascinating insight on the company's "continuing decline". 

Beavis and Butt-head creator to make Silicon Valley sitcom

Creator of Beavis and Butt-head and King of the Hill Mike Judge has developed a sitcom based on working life in America's breeding ground for tech entrepreneurs Silicon Valley.

James Ashton: Knives out for the Lynch mob as Whitman calls foul over Autonomy founder's books

The two sides repelled almost as soon as Mr Lynch banked his £500m cheque

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The new Marissa Mayer?

December 2011: Scott Raymond and Josh Williams, Gowalla. Sold to Facebook for $3m in Facebook shares

Facebook v Google: The tech tug of war

Rivalry between Facebook and Google has led to a ferocious bidding war for the best brains in Silicon Valley. Simon Usborne reports on the geeks who are cashing in

Cameron is a touch-screen Tory and totally techno -no surprise he has his own app

What's on Dave's dashboard?

David Cameron now has a special app to run the country. But what else is on his iPad? John Rentoul sneaks an iPeek

Milan Mandaric is one member of the 'odd couple' described in court

Mandaric can sleep easy after 'horrible dream'

The two men who hugged in the dock of Court Six yesterday have had their differences – Milan Mandaric called Harry Redknapp's move from Ports-mouth to Southampton a "bitter divorce" – but their friendship has remained intact throughout years of suspicion and accusation. At its conclusion the "odd couple", as one defence barrister called them, struck a similar chord. Redknapp's "nightmare" was Mandaric's "horrible dream".

Yahoo chairman forced out in boardroom cull

The widening boardroom cull at Yahoo last night claimed the company's chairman, Roy Bostock, and three other non-executive directors.

The Business On... Marc Andreessen, founder, Andreessen Horowitz

You mean 'the visionary Marc Andreessen', of course?

Silicon Valley: The anatomy of a cutting-edge start-up

The Andregg brothers might have the cure for all our illnesses in their grasp. But how do a pair of penniless science nerds raise the millions needed to unlock the very fabric of our DNA? Dream big - and get lucky...

Southern rebels demand break-up of the golden state

Tired of liberals and state debt, southern Californian Jeff Stone has come up with a radical secessionist plan. Guy Adams reports

Game on: Zynga set for billion dollar float

The founder of Zynga, the company behind the hugely popular CityVille Facebook game, is set to become Silicon Valley's latest billionaire.

Stephen Foley: Another big name joins the tech bubble

US Outlook: On the subject of departures from Mr Obama's economics team, the president's former chief adviser and Harvard professor, Larry Summers, joined the advisers of Marc Andreessen's venture capital firm this week.

In praise of pragmatism

We're conditioned to prize principle above everything. But history shows that adapting to circumstances is more effective, says Tim Harford
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Iwan Rheon is returning to his Welsh roots

Rheon is best known for his role as the Bastard of Bolton. It's gruelling playing a sadistic torturer, he tells Craig McLean, but it hasn't stopped him recording an album of Welsh psychedelia
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Homeless people keep mobile phones

A homeless person with a smartphone is a common sight in the US. And that's creating a network where the 'hobo' community can share information - and fight stigma - like never before