Amazon looking for execs for production company; TiVo, AT&T to share viewer data

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> New job listings on Amazon's careers site show the company looking to recruit at least two creative executives for the "People's Production Company," its movie and series production arm. Article

> TiVo has reached a deal with AT&T's AdWorks division to collect and share anonymous and aggregate AT&T U-verse and TiVo households viewing data. Article

> Apple is in active discussions at the board level about what to do with its steadily growing hoard of cash and securities, chief executive Tim Cook said on Tuesday. Article

> Global video on demand provider Viewster has recently deployed video ad serving and ad management tools from HIRO Media as part of an effort to expand its advertising revenues, the two companies have announced. Article

And finally... Valentine's Day without chocolate would be like Thanksgiving without turkey, but scientists are saying that thanks to climate change and plant diseases, a cocoa shortage for future holidays is a very real possibility. Article

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