News bites: Apple paid 1.9 percent tax on foreign earnings

Apple paid an income tax of just 1.9 percent on the $36.8 billion it earned outside the United States in the latest fiscal year, according to The Associated Press.

The Wall Street Journal notices that Google customizes its results for users who recently searched for "Obama" but not for those who searched for "Romney."

Hackers stole sensitive information from Coca-Cola about a planned deal with a Chinese company in 2009, but Coca-Cola never disclosed the incident, Bloomberg reveals. 

The European Commission plans to free up an extra 120 MHz of spectrum for 4G mobile broadband, Reuters reports. 

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