Zynga's naming of video game
industry veteran Don Mattrick as its new CEO cheered investors but left analysts feeling
much more ambivalent.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn wants to "put an an end to the unwarranted speculation" that he doesn't have the money to make a formal offer for Dell Inc.
The Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau will be using a Google Maps trekker to
provide one more way to get visitors to see that the isles mark the spot for
their next journey.
Facebook has promised a major shake-up of its advertising systems to deal with
concerns about offensive content.
combination of Tumblr and Yahoo! is expected to grow Yahoo!'s audience to more
than a billion monthly visitors.
The highly profitable maker of Mac computers, iPhones and iPads, one of the most
valuable companies in the world, has confirmed that it's bringing some
production to Texas, but whether that will include Cowtown remains a mystery.
Michael Dell said that saying no to his
$24.4 billion bid to take Dell Inc. private would severely
weaken the company.
The European Union gave its approval on Friday for
Michael Dell to buy
out the company he founded should shareholders accept his bid.
Gogo, the inflight Wi-Fi provider, has raised $187 million in
its initial public offering, with the stock expected to begin trading today on Nasdaq.
Samsung Electronics infringed on Apple Inc.'s
patent for a visual feature on smartphones and tablet computers, the
Tokyo District Court ruled Friday.
Apple's defense team in a price-fixing case say "no such thing as conspiracy by telepathy."
U.S. hedge fund Third Point LLC said Tuesday that it
had increased its stake in Sony Corp to 6.9 percent, putting more
pressure on the Japanese electronics company to spin off its film and
The 2nd Annual Social Media Leadership Awards, organized by Social Strategy1, Knowledge@Wharton, and AUS, Inc., with support from Ernst & Young, is now accepting submissions through July 30.
If Google acquires mapping app Waze, it would eliminate Google's key competitor
in mobile maps, Consumer Watchdog told U.S. antitrust agencies.
Hewlett-Packard's spending on research and development, an investment widely considered essential for companies to stay on
the cutting edge of technology, has steadily declined to less than 3 percent
over the past four years.