Mark Ames

Senior Editor, PandoDaily

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Senior editor at PandoDaily, an online news site covering the tech world; former Editor of Moscow's alternative paper, The eXilewriter for The Nation

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In 2005, some of the biggest tech CEOs in Silicon Valley -- Apple’s Steve Jobs, Google’s Eric Schmidt, Paul Otellini of Intel, and a number of others -- allegedly made a secret…

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In 2005, some of the biggest tech CEOs in Silicon Valley -- Apple’s Steve Jobs, Google’s Eric Schmidt, Paul Otellini of Intel, and a number of others -- allegedly made a secret…

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