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Investors are hedging their bets for the upcoming leap second, according to a report. Here's why.
A high-flying private investment firm known for its prescient bets on tech is losing two of its top executives.
Competition for location-based services has been intensifying, as tech companies vie for more control over the navigation space.
The secret to this company's success is its flash memory technology, a method that's faster and simpler than traditional disk storage.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 11- NerdWallet said it had raised $64 million in its first round of funding, far more cash than it needs to run the personal finance startup, in part to underscore its growth and show it has the potential to one day be valued at over $1 billion. Once a company hits a $1 billion valuation, it becomes what Silicon Valley calls a "unicorn.
Silicon Valley is voting for Marc Benioff to keep his tech darling Salesforce.com out of the hands of Microsoft or Oracle.
Alibaba met Michael Yoshikami's expectations on earnings but he offers this word of caution on investing in the stock.
LinkedIn was awarded 1.5 million square feet to expand its offices, The New York Times reports.
Rising interest rates spooked stocks far more than a warning from the Fed chair that the equities market is overvalued.
Unicorns, start-ups valued at $1 billion or more, are Silicon Valley's sexiest bets, and it's a trend about to become increasingly global.
Investors are being cautious when it comes to social media companies, and the tech sector overall, given the recent earnings releases.
Andrew Keene of Keene on the Market explains why Facebook could hit a new high very soon.
After huge drops in Twitter, LinkedIn, and Yelp, traders debate whether it's time to pack it in on the social names.
Two industry watchers disagreed over whether social media stocks' drubbing this week served as an opportunity or a warning sign.
Jack and Suzy Welch warn about social media
Social media stocks Twitter and LinkedIn are plunging. What does that mean for the billions pumped into pre-revenue start-ups?
LinkedIn's disappointing guidance is tied to the acquisition of lynda.com and fx and won't prevent growth, UBS' Eric Sheridan tells CNBC.
Three social media companies' shares have dropped by nearly a quarter this week on disappointing outlooks. What's the story?
Many have taken solace in a belief that if the private technology bubble bursts it will be contained to Silicon Valley. But that may not be the case.
Eric Sheridan, UBS analyst, discusses the current challenges LinkedIn faces and possible opportunity the company can grasp going forward.