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Jon Leibowitz, former chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, will join Davis Polk and Wardwell as a partner, the law firm announced Monday. Yahoo's new HR rule: If you can't hire them, buy their company. Sprint Nextel Corp. has filed a lawsuit against Dish Network Corp. and Clearwire Corp. in an effort to block the satellite-TV provider's tender offer for Clearwire. RetailMeNot, the coupon aggregation service, filed its S-1 statement to go public on Monday afternoon. Elon Musk made a fortune disrupting the status quo in online shopping and renewable energy. Now he's up against his toughest challenge yet: Local car dealers. Irvine, Calif.-based Oculus VR has closed a $16 million series A funding round co-led by Spark Capital and Matrix Partners, the company confirmed today. Google Inc. said its board has approved the terms of a proposed settlement with shareholders who have sued the search-giant in a bid to block its plan to issue a new type of stock that carries no voting rights. The San Francisco 49ers and Yahoo said today they had signed a 10-year agreement that will make Yahoo "the exclusive online sports content, social networking, and photo and video sharing partner" for the team and its new Levi’s Stadium, set to open in 2014 in Santa Clara, Calif. Sprint's laggard 4G LTE network received a nice boost Monday as the carrier lit up LTE service in nearly two dozen cities, among them Miami and Tampa, Fla. Today, Google announced that it is bringing its Chromebook laptops to more retailers, including Walmart and Staples.