Around the Web 4.15.09: More Yahoo cuts and some Apple sales numbers

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Sales are still brisk at Apple stores, according to Piper Jaffray. Credit: ping ping via Flickr.

-- According to sources, Yahoo is laying off more staff, shifting upper level management. BoomTown

-- The Skype IPO announced Tuesday could be worth anywhere from $1.6 billion to $3.1 billion. Silicon Alley Insider

-- According to Piper Jaffray researchers, Apple is selling 22 iPhones and 28 Macs every day. Apple Insider


-- AT&T is trying to extend its exclusive contract to sell the iPhone until 2011. Silicon Alley Insider

-- Intel CEO says the worst is over and that the tech sector will now start to improve. WSJ

-- A woman’s purse was stolen, but thanks to the Google Latitude on her phone, she was able to get it back. TechCrunch

-- The Wikimedia Foundation asks contributors to vote on whether to adopt a Creative Commons license. Ars Technica

-- NASA is naming a treadmill on the International Space Station after Stephen Colbert. Wired

-- Time Warner tells the FCC that now is not the time to debate about net neutrality. Ars Technica

-- Alana Semuels