Google continued its magical 2013 on Wall Street with its stock catapulting past the $900 level as the search giant
kicked off its annual developers conference.
Cisco, a Silicon Valley bellwether, reported higher earnings and revenue Wednesday, indicating progress on its long turnaround.
It may be too soon to call Facebook Home a flop.
Google CEO Larry Page has disclosed a problem with his vocal cords that makes it
difficult for him to speak and breathe occasionally, but he says he remains fit
enough to keep running the Internet's most influential company.
U.S. investor Daniel Loeb is pressing Japanese corporate giant Sony to break
itself up to sharpen its focus, a letter to the company revealed.
Silicon Valley-China Wireless Technology Association will be hosting the latest installment of networking event on Saturday, May 18.
Carl Icahn and Southeastern Asset Management, Dell's biggest
outside shareholder, are launching their campaign to derail a buyout
of the PC maker.
Facebook might seem like just a great way to communicate with friends,
but it can help in business, too.
CashStar co-founder and CEO David Douglas Stone has left the
Portland-based high-tech firm, according to the company's website.
Facebook is in advanced talks to buy Israeli
navigation and traffic congestion app company Waze for $500 million.
Carlyle Group is selling common shares in software and services firm SS&C Technologies for the second time in two months, cutting its ownership to about 9.2 percent.
A "Kick Me" sign stuck to Harvey Palacio's back led to two Intel employees'
firings and the worker's lawsuit against the company, court records show.
Microsoft Corp. today announced that
Amy Hood is its new chief financial officer, succeeding outgoing CFO
Peter Klein who will remain at Microsoft through the end of June.
Microsoft on Tuesday acknowledged a variety
of problems with its latest operating system, Windows 8, confirming
the complaints of many analysts and customers.
Dell Inc. has acquired Minneapolis-based
Enstratius, a private cloud-computing firm, for disclosed terms.