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Yahoo's new CEO Marissa Mayer has been on the job for only two weeks, and she is already shaking up the routine at the Internet company, but maybe not in ways one might expect.
The chairman of one of Dubai’s best-known family-owned conglomerates is not considering investing in European banks again following a disappointing run as a stakeholder of Barclays.
Several companies that were supposed to be the foundation of a new Internet era plummeted this week as analysts and investors downgraded their dreams. There were instant echoes of the crash of 2000, when the money stopped flowing, the dot-coms crumbled and Silicon Valley devolved into recriminations and lawsuits. NYT reports.
Apple has snapped up security software firm AuthenTec for a reported $356 million. Here's what Apple wants with the company.
Facebook just can’t seem to get in Wall Street’s good graces.
Nam Hyung Kim, Managing Director at Arete Research says hardware will remain the core of Samsung Electronics' business, adding that the company will continue to focus on this in order to compete with Apple.
The online retail giant missed analyst expectations for the second quarter and its outlook was cautious as it continues to spend heavily on infrastructure.
Facebook met earnings’ forecasts but Wall Street expressed concerns about its future growth and was “a little irked” that the social-media company did not provide any guidance.
Facebook hit Wall Street's bullseye on earnings and revenue was a slight beat but the stock fell below its all-time low of $25.52 a share in after-hours trading as worries about its future growth persist.
Twitter users had to keep their tweets to themselves Thursday, after the social network experienced an outage that made the service unavailable.
Things like improved communication and collaboration from social media in four major business sectors could add $900 billion to $1.3 trillion in value to the economy.
In the wake of Facebook’s botched initial public offering and subsequent stock decline, pressure is building for CEO Mark Zuckerberg to post solid results when the social giant reports second quarter earnings on Thursday.
Google Talk was hushed up Thursday morning. Many users couldn't log into Google's instant messaging service and were experiencing errors messages once they could log in.
Shell and Statoil kicked off what looks set to be a weak second-quarter reporting season for oil and gas majors Thursday – and both companies warned of further negative risks to the oil price.
The committee tasked with organizing the London Olympics has banned a number of items at the 2012 Olympic Games ranging from bikes and excessive amounts of food to walkie talkies, but now the committee is also banning personal wireless access points.
The Farmville maker delivered disappointing earnings and its outlook fell far short of expectations, sending its shares and shares of Facebook tumbling after-hours.
The New York Times is cutting Blackberry users off, literally.
Will Power, Robert W. Baird analyst, explains why he continues to have a "buy" rating on the tech giant and a $740 price target, despite a third quarter earnings miss and disappointing outlook.
The technology giant, known for beating on earnings, delivered a huge earnings miss and its outlook for the current quarter disappointed.
Bill McDermott, Co-CEO of SAP says his firm is well-placed to meet changing demands of companies as they look to boost growth and maximize efficiency amid global uncertainties.
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Though Alibaba is seeking a valuation of as much as $162.7 billion, one stock market pro thinks it could fetch up to $240 billion.
It's clear major retailers doubt Apple's entry into mobile payments, too, says PayPal exec Bill Ready.
Money manager Jeffery Gundlach thinks Apple has lost its luster, but investor Roger McNamee thinks it has more room to run.