The Russian leader, shown here as "Vladimir Vladimirovich Buddha," was depicted as various pop culture heroes and religious, mythical and historical figures at a Moscow exhibition on Wednesday, his 63rd birthday. MAXIM SHIPENKOV/EPA /LANDOV hide caption

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In Honor Of His 63rd, Putin Plays Hockey And Is Painted As The Buddha

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Everyone knows how to sing "Happy Birthday to You." But performing the song in movies or on TV requires payment of sometimes hefty licensing fees. Now the song is at the heart of a lawsuit. iStockphoto hide caption

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'Happy Birthday' Hits Sour Notes When It Comes To Song's Free Use

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Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg told James Bennet, editor in chief of The Atlantic, in September that he wasn't worried about whether Facebook is "cool." "We're almost 10 years old, and we're definitely not a niche thing at this point," Zuckerberg said. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Facebook At 10: Amid Doubters, Company Eyes Next Growth Phase

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