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Information has become easier to steal over the Internet because employees can carry proprietary data around, The New York Times reports.
Fast Money's Joe Terranova explains whether you should buy, sell or hold Ford and EMC Corp.
Ever wonder why you may have felt the need for a Facebook fix? Well, a new study by Milan's IULM University explains that it's simply because Facebook feels good.
CNBC's Jane Wells has the story on an app that allows hotel guests to manage televisions, phones and even checking out - remotely.
Yahoo Chairman Roy Bostock and three longtime board members are leaving the troubled Internet company.
CNBC's David Faber, Jim Cramer, Simon Hobbs and Carl Quintanilla take a look at some of the big tech companies that have released IPOs this year or are preparing to.
NPD reports that software sales have been dismal. The details behind the decline, with Brian Cooley, CNET.
Global oil demand will grow in 2012 despite a weak economic environment, the International Energy Agency said in a new report, but a “two-speed” outlook prevails, with robust oil demand in emerging economies and falling demand in developed economies.
Taiwan’s technology stocks are expected to recover lost ground this year as their main market the United States shows signs of a recovery, says Mark Matthews, Head of Research Asia, at Bank Julius Baer.
“Active users” add up in Facebook’s prospectus, but some of those clicks aren’t on the Web site. The New York Times reports.
Facebook is widely expected to file for an IPO as early as Wednesday, which could value the company between $75 and $100 billion. But the social networking site isn't available in China, the world's biggest internet market, because of strict censorship laws. Instead, one analyst says that investors are looking to buy Chinese internet stocks which offer similar social networking services to Facebook.
An "element of fear" over Iran is playing into the price of oil despite higher supply and decreasing demand, Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal al Saud told CNBC Monday.
A series of tit-for-tat statements between Iran and the European Union showed no signs of abating on Saturday, with the Iranian Oil Minister saying that oil exports “will certainly be cut to some European countries.”
For the approximately 2,000 employees who will report to work at Facebook each day, it’s sure to be a unique work experience. Have a look at Facebook’s new Menlo Park campus.
Debating which is a better tech city: New York or Boston, with CNBC's Mary Thompson and Brian Shactman.
At $75 billion, Facebook would be valued at around 20 times its 2011 revenue of $3.7 billion, which Landis told CNBC was justified based on its growth potential.
Facebook made its long-awaited filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering. It is expected to trade under the ticker symbol "FB."
The hype surrounding the Facebook IPO, including the "pretty rich" valuation for the social network, is similar to that seen at the height of the dotcom bubble of the late 1990s, an investor told CNBC Wednesday.
Just how historic is Facebook’s IPO compared to other internet-related deals? Find out.
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QE has only helped Japan's economy by weakening its currency, and the same could be true for Europe, said Jim O'Neill.
Uber heavily criticized a court decision that stopped its operations in the state of Nevada.
DoubleLine CEO Jeffrey Gundlach made his name as a bond expert, but he's still got plenty to say about certain stocks.