Daily Must Reads, Nov. 1, 2011

    by Nathan Gibbs
    November 1, 2011

    The best stories across the web on media and technology

    1. Inside Groupon: “The world’s most controversial company” (Business Insider)


    2. Study: HuffingtonPost’s brand is more valuable than AOL’s (Forbes)


    3. NBC to invests millions in news at its local TV stations (The Hollywood Reporter)

    4. Gamestop to sell branded Android tablets (paidContent)

    5. Next up to sue BitTorrent users: Book publishers (ReadWriteWeb)

    6. Motorola cutting 800 jobs prior to planned Google merger (paidContent)

    7. Biggest advertiser on Kindle seems to be Amazon (Advertising Age)

    8. Iranian bloggers among those petitioning Google over changes to Google Reader (Mashable)

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