Jack Dorsey may shy from being called the Steve Jobs of his generation, but there's no question he's on one hell of a hot streak.
Shares of E2open tumbled 19 percent before Friday's opening bell after the cloud-computing software company issued a weak outlook for the year.
BlackBerry founders Mike Lazaridis and Douglas Fregin are considering an acquisition of the struggling smartphone company as it searches for a buyer.
Telecommunications giant Alcatel-Lucent said it will implement a restructuring plan to cut 10,000 jobs and $1.36 billion in operating costs.
Twitter plans to raise $1 billion in its initial public offering, but some experts were taken aback by the first-ever look at the microblogging startup's finances.
Google has confirmed its acquisition of Flutter, a 3-year-old startup that specializes in gesture-recognition software.
Cisco Systems has struck a deal with Facebook to help businesses better target consumers using mobile devices.
Office products retailer Staples Inc. said Wednesday it completed its acquisition of the Runa online shopping software company for an undisclosed sum.
Active Network, a provider of cloud-based services, is being taken private for about $14.50 per share by Vista Equity Partners, a private equity firm.
Carlyle Group is buying out HTC's interest in Beats Electronics, the parent company of the Beats by Dr. Dre line of high-end headphones.
Canadian smartphone pioneer BlackBerry said Friday it lost $965 million in its fiscal second quarter on revenue that fell shy of the $3 billion analysts had expected.
Sprint Corp.'s chief financial officer favors having three big wireless carriers instead of four, seeming to echo comments made Wednesday by his counterpart at T-Mobile.
Online retail platform eBay says it doesn't share data it collects on its customers with the U.S. National Security Agency.
The head of Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd. said Wednesday he has every intention of completing the acquisition of BlackBerry, despite doubts that the $4.7 billion deal for the troubled smartphone maker will go through.
BlackBerry shares dropped another six percent Wednesday as investors weighed the likelihood of a highly conditional takeover offer from Fairfax Financial, one of BlackBerry's largest shareholders.