-- The CEO of personalized Internet radio service Slacker has stepped down from the position. According to VentureWire, Dennis Mudd will remain on the board of directors. No details yet on who will be taking over the role. Mudd founded Musicmatch, which sold to Yahoo in 2004. (Wall Street Journal)

-- According to some of the documents leaked by a hacker that broke into the company's files, Twitter considered hiring Sean "Diddy" Combs as an advisor to help it develop an entertainment strategy. The deal never happened, which caused some tension between the company and the artist after unflattering remarks about Combs surfaced as part of the leak. (VentureBeat)

-- Yahoo has added the ability to share details about what music users are listening to with friends via Twitter, via a new feature on FoxyTunes called TwittyTunes. (FoxyTunes Blog)

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