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COO Sheryl Sandberg is getting out in front of the allegations that Facebook was involved in a hiring conspiracy.
Carl Icahn excoriated eBay in an open letter, charging the online auction company of "multiple lapses in governance."
Two of Hewlett-Packard's most powerful executives, until they were sidelined by CEO Meg Whitman, are preparing to leave the company soon.
Computing giant Dell disputed reports that it is close to a massive layoff in what was described in at least one report as an "imminent bloodbath."
Lenovo is nearing an agreement to buy IBM's low-end server business for $2-2.5 billion, countering the shrinking personal computers market.
Sometimes Cramer tells a caller that he needs to do homework before he can make a decision on a stock. He's not kidding.
The Chinese company had the dubious honor of shipping the most PCs last year—the worst in the industry's history.
UPS, embarrassed by deliveries that failed to reach clients in time for Christmas, may have a shrunken fleet of jets to blame. The WSJ reports.
StellaService, which rates retail customer service, scored sites on meeting promised delivery dates on holiday orders.
Michael Dell, Dell chairman & CEO, explains why he thinks the market for laptop and desktop computers remains strong. The demand for PCs is up double-digit, Dell says.
Dell Chairman & CEO Michael Dell says the company has been growing since it became a private company several months ago, with a lot of help from tablet sales.
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Opposing portrayals of a former trader at SAC emerged during opening statements at his criminal insider trading trial in Federal District Court.
Was Carl Icahn ever serious about running Dell? Dell Chairman and CEO Michael Dell says Icahn was just trying to talk the price up.
Dell Chairman and CEO Michael Dell discusses his company's life as a private company. "We're building out our solutions thinking about the cloud, mobile and big data," he explains.
Not even $3 billion could convince Snapchat's founders to go work for Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, but it was a better week for Amazon and Apple.
JPMorgan Chase canceled a question and answer session on Twitter with a veteran investment banker after being flooded with insults.
Though shoppers were outraged that Wal-Mart won't honor prices posted on its website, experts say the retailer's response is pretty common.
Lawyers for SAC portfolio manager Michael Steinberg have asked a judge to weed out prospective jurors with views on the firm's settlement agreement.
In Japan, electronics producers are desperate to see iPhones disappearing from store shelves. The GP reports.