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The nearly four-hour trading halt this week resulted from a technical problem that stemmed from new software rolled out.
Araceli King will receive $1,500 for each of the 153 robocalls she received from the company over the course of a year.
The latest job cuts would be in addition to the 18,000 jobs Microsoft said it planned to cut a year ago.
As long as people have a right to freedom of speech, businesses are free to sell whatever is still legal.
The move underscores the growth prospects of Hostess as well as its quick turnaround.
The online polling company was recently run by Sandberg's late husband, Dave Goldberg.
'We screwed up.'
A watchmaker says the online retailer's search results can cause confusion for potential customers.
The company's shares fell as much as 15 percent to a two-year low on the news.
One study suggests that the worst impact of making more workers eligible for overtime would be not on the companies or their shareholders, but on the workers themselves.
Based in San Francisco, OpenDNS provides network security services that block attacks, malware and phishing threats.
President Obama's plan would touch nearly every sector of the economy and could face legal challenges.
The move means Oracle is allowed to seek licensing fees for the use of its Java programming language.
The arrests come just days after heated protests by taxi drivers in the French capital.