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"Investors have lost all confidence" in Yahoo's management, activist investor Jeffrey Smith says.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich expects China and emerging markets to be stable but slow.
Lumosity claimed its brain games could improve mental performance and stave off age-related cognitive decline.
Several major Yahoo shareholders are so concerned the company's core Internet business could fall in value that they want it sold as soon as possible.
Silicon Valley has long been the place where ideas are born and funded, but you don't have to be there to make it rich.
Oracle founder and CTO Larry Ellison loves a fight with rivals so much he’s known for needling competitors almost every time he’s near a microphone.
Softcard, a payment technology consortium backed by Verizon Wireless, AT&T and T-Mobile, has laid off 60 employees.
Three years ago, Amazon started lending thousands of dollars at a time to some of its best marketplace sellers.
Maybe AOL and Yahoo will merge. Maybe not. Maybe they should. Maybe they shouldn’t.
To boost competitiveness, companies of every ilk are eyeing exciting new breakthroughs—from drones and eye-tracking devices to biometric ID checking.
Proponents of the domain expansion say it will help increase choice and competition, but some experts say it could actually hurt small businesses.
Crowdfunding is about to get a lot bigger, and potentially a lot more risky.
If you’re in the business of managing and setting up servers in big data centers, you’re probably looking ahead to the second half of this year.
We're far from — and may never get to — the point where somebody will be able to press "Print" from a computer and get a brand-new liver, though.