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The company may know our wants and needs better than we.
Facebook has more than three times the revenue of Yahoo! but half the employees. It's time for CEO Marissa Mayer to take a blowtorch to excess costs.
The social-media company is on a path to become a new Facebook of sorts.
Complaining about Twitter's slow MAU growth is so yesterday. Instead, the company's revenue growth potential and M&A have Wall Street excited again.
Even though Yahoo! has announced plans to spin off its Alibaba stake, CEO Marissa Mayer will continue to face pressure from activist investor Starboard. Here's what she's likely to do.
Ignore the recent report that Samsung is interested in buying the Canadian company. Here's why BlackBerry won't sell itself until next year at the earliest.
Here's why Yahoo! management should follow activist investor Starboard Value's plan for the company and not conduct a cash-rich split-off.
Lending Club could be one of those special IPOs that only come along once every few years.
The tech world would be a very different place today had Tim Cook, not Mark Zuckerberg, gone aggressively after photo service Instagram.