Crowdfunding is supposed to be a boon for entrepreneurs looking to get their
products to market quickly. But will this way of raising money be a boon for
Internet veteran Yahoo Inc said on Monday it would pay 1.1 billion dollars for the blogging site Tumblr Inc.
As gas prices in the Midwest soar toward record highs, people are turning to their smartphones to find the cheapest gas on the go
Marketo's journey from small startup to Silicon Valley software stalwart reached its crescendo Friday, as co-founder and CEO Phil Fernandez stepped to the Nasdaq platform to kick off the day's trading session with $85 million invested through an initial public offering.
Last week's "upfronts," the announcements of what will grace the big five networks' prime-time schedules for the 2013-14 season, included a fair number of solid prospects for repeat viewing, including "Super Fun Night," "Dracula" and "The Blacklist."
he struggling Internet giant is reportedly in serious talks to buy the blogging service in a deal that could be worth as much as $1 billion.
Walmart can be sued for being negligent in hiring contractors that employ workers at their distribution centers, according to a federal ruling this week.
The Dow Jones industrial average closed at a record 15,354.40 points on Friday, up 121.18
points or 0.8 percent. Corn, soybeans and West Texas crude were also up, but gold was down.
Angelina Jolie's revelation this week of a double mastectomy to avoid breast cancer has raised some questions as the stock of Myriad Genetics hit a three-year high.
Penney's returning CEO, Mike Ullman, outlined a plan to get the
iconic department store chain "back on track," but cautioned that it
won't happen overnight and asked for patience.
Tableau Software, a provider of business analytics software, opened for trading Friday on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol DATA.
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The unemployment rate fell to a five-year low in South Carolina in April, to 8 percent
in April from 8.4 percent in March, the largest month-to-month decrease in more
than 25 years.
Rhode Island's unemployment rate dropped to
8.8 percent in April and the state gained 500 jobs since March, according to
the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training.
The five University of California medical centers are canceling
elective surgeries in the face of a potential two-day strike by employees,