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Snoop Dogg Shout Out to Yahoo!: I'll be CEO

Snoop Dogg Shout Out to Yahoo!: I'll be CEO

Shortly after Carol Bartz is unceremoniously ousted by Yahoo!'s board, hip hop legend Snoop Dogg offers to take over the internet CEO spot.

Mike Arrington Plays AOL With Classic Ultimatum

Mike Arrington Plays AOL With Classic Ultimatum

In the headline-generating battle of words between TechCrunch's Mike Arrington and top brass at AOL and the Huffington Post, the blogger and tech venture capitalist is issuing his own ultimatums.

How the Web Has Evolved in 18 Years

How the Web Has Evolved in 18 Years

In celebration of Google Chrome's third birthday, the team created an info graphic that details the evolution of major Web technologies and browsers.

A Who's Who in the Hulu Bidding War

A Who's Who in the Hulu Bidding War

The bidders in the auction of online streaming video pioneer Hulu are revealed.

Amazon Could Sell Up to 5 Million Tablets

Amazon Could Sell Up to 5 Million Tablets

A new research report by Forrester analyst Sarah Rotman Epps says Amazon's rumored tablet has the potential to sell 3 million to 5 million units in the fourth quarter.

Groupon CEO Lashes Out, Pokes Fun at Critics

Groupon CEO Lashes Out, Pokes Fun at Critics

Groupon CEO Andrew Mason pens a letter to his staff that lashes out at criticism of the company.

RIM Out of Tune With Music Service Launch

RIM Out of Tune With Music Service Launch

Research in Motion is launching a music service, but the idea is out of tune with the desires of consumers.

The Food-Truck Trend Is Marketing Genius

The Food-Truck Trend Is Marketing Genius

Specialty food trucks are now traveling far and wide across U.S. metro areas, a testament to their marketing genius.

Blodget to Bank of America: I'm Not Your Problem

Blodget to Bank of America: I'm Not Your Problem

Henry Blodget says Bank of America shares are sinking for one reason only, and it's not his penned attack, but overvalued assets.

Celebs No Longer Partying With Qaddafi

Celebs No Longer Partying With Qaddafi

As Libyan rebels gain the upper hand and Muammar Qaddafi goes into hiding, some celebrities fall off the list of likely repeat engagements in Tripoli.