The European Court of Justice has just put a human process in front of machine requests for information.
With cloud prices falling rapidly, IBM is seeking proprietary advantage with its Watson software.
The technology press is up in arms over a court case upholding Oracle's copyright claims to Java functions.
The April unemployment statistics told an unexpected story, of people using the ObamaCare exchanges to gain leverage over their bosses.
In buying Beats Electronics for $3.2 billion, Apple CEO Tim Cook admits his company is out of ideas.
Hewlett-Packard is depending on cloud for growth, but so is everyone else in technology.
Siemens no longer wants to look like GE, but before it can proceed it needs to deal with a GE takeover bid in an industry it wants to pursue.
The Target board needs to find a charismatic leader and a new direction, fast. Ron Johnson is still available.
SAP's stock is down today, but the company's management moves are good for business, especially when compared with rival Oracle.
When solid companies are thrown out like garbage, investors taking a long view find bargains.