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Mt. Gox files for bankruptcy, Warner Brothers bought the rights to Minecraft, ABC will stream the Oscars live, and more.

Bloomberg develops sentiment analysis tools to tell traders about spikes on Twitter. Gigaom

ABC will live-stream the Oscars to web and mobile apps for first time to specific TV partners. Variety

Jawbone founder Alex Asseily launches opinion online forum ‘State.’ Wired UK

‘LEGO Movie’ producer set to work on upcoming ‘Minecraft’ film. Variety

Employers still ask potential job candidates to report their SAT scores. The Wall Street Journal

Mt. Gox Bitcoin exchange files for bankruptcy. USA Today

Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen said the bank doesn’t have the authority to regulate Bitcoin. The Wall Street Journal

California appeals court rules it’s legal for drivers to check mobile maps. TechHive

Tinder doing 750 million “swipes” per day that lead to 10 million introductions since December. Marketing Land

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