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Internet phone service Skype says a "small percentage" of its users have been unable to sign in to its service but it is taking steps to resolve the problem.
In South Korea, Facebook has some catching up to do as local social networking site Cyworld takes the number one position with more than 25 million users.
And the "Mad Money" host reveals how to play them.
The biggest thing holding most people back from starting their own business is money. But the truth is, you don’t have to have a lot of money to start a business.
Tech stole the spotlight Thursday with investors wondering just how rapidly new innovations, such as Google Wallet, would generate a sea change in the way people shop.
Find out where the Piper Jaffrey's analyst sees the tech giant going.
Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray, explains why it's time to buy Apple stock ahead of the developers conference, even if now new iphone is announced.
Wedbush analyst Scott Sutherland explains his call to raise AAPL's target price.
The future of cloud computing and which companies stand to gain or lose from this technology, with Larry Haverty, Gabelli Global Multimedia Trust Fund; Lance Ulanoff, PCMag.com; and CNBC's Jon Fortt.
Scott Sutherland, Wedbush Securities ups Apple's price target to $450, citing the iPhone as the key driver to revenue growth.
Click to see some of the products that were put on the map by “The Oprah Effect.”
The Chinese government’s growth strategy has been to invest in highways, subways and bridges. Infrastructure spending, rising incomes, and a lack of leverage are contributing to stable future growth.
On Monday, the Fast Money gang took turns in the hot seat with Regis Philbin, as they attempted to bolster his portfolio.
At a press event in San Francisco Square rolled out new mobile payment systems designed to help both retailers and consumers. A new free app, called "Register" makes it affordable for small businesses to accept credit cards, automate checkouts, and measure and manage everything they sell.
Even if markets meltdown, Apple may be immune to the carnage, says Jon Najarian. Here's why.
Is it time to buy Apple on the weakness?
The mundane business of managing health-care benefits and services may be a bore for those working in the industry, but shares in that sector have been a boon for investors. ...A report from TheStreet.
Discussing whether the deadly explosion at Apple's Foxconn factory will disrupt production of the iPad 2, with Shaw Wu, Agee analyst, and the Fast Money traders.
American workers should take breaks if they want to increase their productivity, and their employers must give them more vacation time, said Tony Schwartz, chief executive of The Energy Project.
Looks like we can raise the "all clear" sign here on Earth, though it didn't seem like the Oklahoma City Thunder got the memo when they forgot to play the first third of Saturday night's NBA playoff game. Markets try to get their groove back, the IMF looks to announce its next leader and the Treasury Department gets ready to unload some AIG. Here's what we're watching…