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"Going private gives you time," explains Carly Fiorina, former HP chairman & CEO, weighing in on whether the tech giant will fare better if taken private.
Innovative programs across the US are finding some success in reengaging high school dropouts. They strive to target 'disconnected' youths – those not in school and not working, who are a costly burden for taxpayers, the CSM reports.
The price will likely be between $13.50 and $14 a share, with an equity investment from Silver Lake and other potential investors of roughly $2 billion.
Is Apple having an innovation problem? CNBC's Herb Greenberg and Jay Yarow, Business Insider, offer insight.
Dell is in talks with private equity firms on a potential buyout, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Apple is cutting orders for iPhone 5 parts due to weaker than expected demand, reports CNBC's Seema Mody.
Peter Chou, CEO of Taiwan smartphone company HTC, will on Monday launch what he hopes will be a major boost to both a backward tech sector in Myanmar, his country of birth, and to his company's share of one of the few untapped mobile markets: a phone that locals can use out of the box.
Apple is going to unveil an updated iPad this Spring, Brian White of Topeka Capital said.
Ben Reitzes, Barclays senior IT hardware analyst, explains why Apple is his favorite tech pick for 2013.
Eric Migicovsky, Pebble CEO & co-founder, discusses the launch of its much-buzzed about wearable "data plan."
Brands are turning to the fail-safe solution for drawing attention: big-name celebrities.
Marketing is in the midst of a massive transformation, thanks to technology.
Apple is working on a cheaper version of its popular iPhone that could be released this year, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday.
CES is all about streaming video this year: nearly all the 20,000 devices featured on the show floor feature access to media companies like Netflix and media apps.
At the world's largest technology conference that kicks off on Monday, the most intriguing innovations showcased may be gadgets and technology that turn everyday items into connected, smarter machines.
Microsoft is pressuring European regulators to take a harsher line on Google after America’s FTC let the search giant off without punishment.
Within the next 5 years, your mobile device will let you touch what you're shopping for online. Bernard Meyerson, IBM chief innovation officer, breaks down the next 5 years of technological advances, which he calls "the era of cognitive systems."
A patch to stop the reimbursement cuts to doctors who treat Medicare patients included in the "cliff" deal doesn’t address patient disengagement from the health care process, Athenahealth CEO Jonathan Bush told CNBC on Wednesday.
The trick to investing in the fast-moving tech sector is to catch the red flags -- and know when to fold 'em.
Does the social network MySpace ring a bell to you? Well, Myspace co-founder Tom Anderson just sounded the alarm.