Archive Technology: Money & Startups

  • Nintendo Profit Outlook Weakens Ahead of Wii U Launch

    It's shaping up to be a very Nintendo holiday season, but what happens once the holidays are over?

  • Chastened Pincus Talks Zynga’s Mobile, Gaming Potential

    Zynga is doing a major management shakeup as it shifts to focus more on mobile.

  • Mark Cuban Takes Issue With Facebook

    Mark Cuban started a firestorm on Tuesday when he said he’s considering alternatives to Facebook for promoting news about his team the Dallas mavericks.

  • Apple Stores Most Productive US Shops

    Apple stores are the most productive shops in the US according to new research that suggests the most effective use of retail space is selling expensive products that are occasional purchases for well-off consumers, the FT reports.

  • Initial Public Tweet: Twitter, Square Mull IPOs

    While neither Twitter nor Square consider an IPO their ultimate goal, it will be a "milestone" for each company, said Jack Dorsey, co-founder of Twitter and CEO of Square. Plus, why he gave up on plans to be a massage therapist.

  • Will It Be 'Game Over' for Videogame Makers This Holiday?

    Microsoft’s "Halo 4" sold $220 million worth of games in the first 24 hours. That beats the record "Halo 3" set in 2007.

  • Apple's Stumbles: Bumps in the Road or More Serious?

    Apple has had a a brutal two-week stretch that began with a worse than expected earnings report, and sent its stock swan-diving into bear market territory.

  • Actor Daniel Craig as James Bond in Skyfall.

    The North American launch of "Skyfall," the latest James Bond flick, is "off to an amazing start," according to Sony. Find out who stands to cash in from its success.

  • SecondMarket Shifts Post-Facebook

    SecondMarket made a name for itself as a destination for trading shares of private companies like Facebook and Zynga before their IPOs. So it’s no surprise that in the past quarter — with all those once-high flying companies public — SecondMarket’s trading has fallen dramatically.

  • EBay Earnings Top Forecasts, Outlook Is In-Line

    After making a big bet on mobile several years ago, eBay CEO John Donahoe told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” that the gamble is paying off with the company able to monetize the same on mobile as it does on the Web.

  • What's Next for Star Wars — 'Leia and the Tramp?'

    On the heels of an earnings report that was right in line with expectations, Disney’s CEO Bob Iger says he has “great confidence in Disney’s availability to sustain growth” from its biggest business, the media networks.

  • Facebook experienced some down time Thursday, so naturally users turned to Twitter to share their outrage.

  • Twitter Hacked? Company Resets Some Passwords

    Some Twitter users received emails Thursday from that is reportedly from the social media company stating that their account may have been compromised.

  • Andreessen: I'm Bullish on Facebook, Mobile Tech

    Silicon Valley entrepreneur Marc Andreessen could hardly be more positive about value in the technology sector and in one its most battered giants, Facebook.

  • Time Warner Earnings Beat Expectations

    Despite some tough comparisons to a year ago, Time Warner reported it beat analyst expectations on cable network gains on Thursday.

  • News Corp. Braces for Backlash at Shareholder Meeting

    News Corp. is "well positioned for growth" despite "significant challenges due to economic headwinds," its COO said Tuesday, shortly after the media company reported better-than-expected quarterly results.

  • Randi Zuckerberg

    While Silicon Valley cannot be deemed simply "Democratic" or "Republican," those involved in the tech scene in the Valley share a common denominator when it comes to deciding who they will vote for on Tuesday, said Randi Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media.

  • Warby Parker CEO: Startups Focused on Health Care, Talent

    Immigration reform and controlling health-care costs are the two issues that matter most to startups such as Warby Parker, the company’s co-founder Neil Blumenthal told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” Tuesday.

  • Can't Find the Polls? Foursquare Has an App for That

    Foursquare is helping voters find the nearest polling station with the launch of a new app called "I Voted."

  • Reed Hastings, CEO of Netflix

    On the heels of corporate raider Carl Icahn accumulating a chunk of Netflix shares, the streaming video company adopted a shareholder rights plan — a poison pill.

 

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