GoPro has climbed mountaintops and dived to ocean bottoms. Now it's headed someplace adventurous: Wall Street.
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera has issued a cease-and-desist demand to a mobile app called Monkey Parking, which allows people to auction off public parking spaces that they're using to other nearby drivers.
Shares of Adobe shot higher in after-hours trading after the company announced better-than-expected second quarter results.
Alibaba is providing more information about its partnership structure and financials ahead of its planned initial public offering of stock.
Priceline announced a deal with OpenTable that would let itself do for restaurant reservations much what it does for hotel bookings.
Amaya Gaming Group is buying the owner and operator of the PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker brands in a $4.9 billion deal.
Intel on Thursday raised its revenue guidance, saying sales of computers for businesses have been stronger than expected.
Twitter's chief operating officer, Ali Rowghani, has resigned and won't be replaced as CEO Dick Costolo seeks more involvement with the company's engineering and product teams.
Shares in Indian outsourcing giant Infosys climbed nearly 4 percent on Thursday on the announcement of Vishal Sikka as its new chief executive.
Back as the head of Dell, Michael Dell is expected to remake the company after taking it private in a $25 billion deal.
Web hosting company GoDaddy says it has 12 million customers and is the largest provider of website domain names.
Uber has raised $1.2 billion from mutual funds and other investors in a funding round valuing the fast-growing rides-on-demand service at $18.2 billion, one of the highest valuations for a Silicon Valley start-up.
Monday marked Apple's first stock split in nine years, a move designed to make shares of the iPhone and iPad maker more affordable for small investors.
Arista Networks will be introduced to Wall Street on Friday morning as a company already worth $2.75 billion, after the switch expert pushed its IPO price higher at the last minute.
Ten years ago Tuesday, Mark Zuckerberg and a few friends launched Facebook as a handy tool for college kids to check each other out. Now it's used by 1.2 billion people to share vital information and pictures of their cats.