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Post-Carol Bartz, exiting Asia and eloping with AOL seem to be among the top options for Yahoo!. In the video, Jim Cramer discusses the revolving CEO door.
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Call them underdogs, call it a hedge, but both RIM and Nokia have beaten the pack in the past month.
We know where both sides stand on the deal, but there's some behind-the-scenes reasons to bless this thing.
More $99 HP TouchPads are coming along with Amazon's super Kindle and Barnes and Noble now has a new Nook Color in the works for the holidays.
To keep the T-Mobile merger on track, Ma Bell hopes a sweeter set of concessions will appease regulators.
A federal first responder system is still in development, but New York and many smaller towns have made it work.
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Cost cutting more than sales growth helped the networking gear specialist to shine up its top line Thursday.