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What Third Point hedge fund manager Daniel Loeb is hoping for is unlikely to happen…namely that the board be forced to deal with a credibility issue that extends to its decisions to not sell the company, says CNBC's David Faber.
Yahoo, embroiled in a battle for control with activist shareholder Daniel Loeb, acknowledged Thursday it had overstated the educational background of its new CEO, Scott Thompson.
The professional networking site reported quarterly earnings and revenue that topped Wall Street's expectations on Thursday, sending its shares higher in trading after the closing bell.
Following is the text of a letter from Third Point to the Yahoo board of directors challenging the academic credentials of CEO Scott Thompson.
Religious websites were found to be three times more dangerous than any other type of site on the internet, according to an internet security threat report released by anti-virus developer Symantec.
More Zillow home listings are now viewed on mobile phones than over the Internet, and CEO Spencer Rascoff tells CNBC he couldn't be more pleased.
CNBC's Gary Kaminsky offers insight on Green Mountain's earnings results and warns investors about Sanford C. Bernstein's upgrade on Chesapeake Energy.
A new feature offered by BrandYourself, a site that helps its users manage their online reputations by controlling the links that show up as top search results on Google, can help you find out where, when and how others are searching for you.
In April, the HSBC UAE Purchasing Managers' Index rose to 53.5, the highest level since June 2011. The one-point increase is the strongest monthly gain since October of last year.
Melissa Chau, Research Manager, Client Devices, IDC says that Samsung and Apple are pretty well matched at the high-end of the smartphone market, but Samsung is winning at the low-end with a bigger user-base.
Facebook faces looming questions from advertisers about how effective their advertising methods are, according to a recent news report that cited advertisers.
Research in Motion has been losing stock share rapidly while the blackberry fails regain any foothold in the smartphone market. Brian Shactman went to "Blackberry World" and asked what RIM planned to do.
In a letter to shareholders on Wednesday, Yahoo! talked up its five new board recruits, chosen to replace four directors who have volunteered not to pursue re-election.
Discussing whether Research in Motion's latest product is enough to turn the tide amid growing competition in the smartphone space, with Scott Sutherland, Wedbush Securities.
Spotify users have wanted it for a while, and finally the popular global music service is delivering a native iPad app that makes it easy to search and browse.
Sudan has warned nascent South Sudan it would not allow what it described as widened aggression along the border. A state of emergency is already in effect after several weeks of clashes and fears are growing of an escalation into a full-blown war.
Research In Motion unveiled the BlackBerry 10 following a huge market-share loss to rival smartphone makers. So far, Wall Street isn't impressed—shares of RIM fell.
Robots are the way of the future and will be used for everything from farming to delivering packages, MIT professor Mary "Missy" Cummings tells the Wired Business Conference.
Facebook is ready to launch its IPO road show as early as Monday, according to people familiar with the matter, if no last-minute red flags from the Securities and Exchange Commission are raised.
Twitter is not in a hurry to go public, CEO Dick Costolo tells the Wired Business Conference.
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