When it comes to social media advertising, LinkedIn, Twitter and other platforms are being left in the dust by Facebook. And their stocks are paying the price.
Market watchers are calling for Dick Costolo's head again after Twitter's revenue miss last night. But those folks need to take a deep breath, because his ouster wouldn't change anything.
Yesterday's actions by the government suggest that there will be no approval for a merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable. What does this mean for the sector?
One more quarter where Yahoo's core business revenue and EBITDA continued to shrink. CEO Marissa Mayer gave no detailed explanation for why it will turn around soon.
When Mark Pincus returned to Zynga as CEO, investors panned the stock in fear it would continue to struggle as it did before under his watch. Investors may be wrong.
The new deal is being spun as a win for CEO Marissa Mayer, who negotiated some changes on advertising and search partners, but it may not lure many new users.
Marissa Mayer's acquisition strategy seems to be turning Yahoo! into a holding ground for failed venture capital investments associated with one particular VC group.
Yahoo! confirmed that it's changing some key slots on its management team, but these moves are likely being made from a position of weakness rather than strength.
Not even six months after she said Tumblr's revenues would hit $100 million this year, Marissa Mayer appears to be walking that estimate back. That's worrying for multiple reasons.
There might have been a time in Twitter's life when it could have been bought. But that ship sailed a long time ago.