Yahoo! investors may have constant concerns about the company's core business grinding to a halt, but a spinoff of its remaining stake in Alibaba shouldn't add to the worries.
Yahoo! shares fell sharply a few minutes before the market close on Tuesday and no one is entirely sure why.
If you had hopes of buying an Apple television set anytime soon, you're likely to be disappointed. But that doesn't mean Apple won't eventually control your living room.
Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer continues to believe that search on mobile needs a reinvention and the Sunnyvale, Calif.-based company is the one to do it.
IBM continues to use Watson not just as a sales point but as a way to change how business is done.
The big takeaway from Carl Icahn's letter to Apple isn't just about buying back more stock -- it's that Icahn believes Apple is going to build its own car.
As Facebook continues to push towards video views in its quest to take on YouTube, the company is increasingly looking at video as the next frontier.
If you're expecting to 'think different' when you see the new Steve Jobs biopic, think again.
Netflix potential expansion into China is an enormous opportunity for the company, even if it's going to come with unknown costs and bumps and bruises.
King Digital has had a rough time since going public. That's due to the nature of the mobile gaming business, which increasingly relies on hits that are difficult to replicate.