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AOL, Yahoo! and telematics are higher priorities for Verizon
The college sports website network allegedly has failed to pay a New York state court judgment and controversially ousted its CEO in July.
We recount the successes and failures of the biggest names in the activism game.
In a record year for acquisitions, 18 companies from across the spectrum were singled out by M&A professionals for doing deals that got results.
LifeLock monitors over one trillion data points to protect consumers from impostors.
A recent report from a Russian security firm says Apple's iCloud saves users' phone call data.
As competition climbs and spending slows, security has attracted activists.
The Dow ekes out slim gains to score a new record on Monday.
Stocks hold mixed midday Monday as Wall Street continues to pick apart the likely policies of President-elect Donald Trump.
U.S. stocks fluctuate as Wall Street picks apart the likely policies of President-elect Donald Trump.
Stocks hold mixed on Monday as Wall Street continued to pick apart the likely policies of President-elect Donald Trump.
Although it doesn't directly produce any revenue, Google's extremely popular web browser is likely adding billions to the bottom line of the company's search ad business.
Though directly producing no revenue, Google's highly popular web browser is likely adding billions to the bottom line of the company's search ad business.
There's no dearth of good woman candidates. So why aren't more of them on company boards?
Wall Street remains divided on Thursday as investors try to gauge the types of policies president-elect Donald Trump could enact.
Wall Street runs at two speeds on Thursday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average setting a record high and the S&P 500 and Nasdaq slipping.
Stock futures move higher on Thursday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average set to open at a high.
Stock futures moved higher Thursday as investors cheered Donald Trump's presidential victory.
U.S. stock futures rise and the Dow is poised to open at a record Thursday as equities continue their rally following Donald Trump's win in the U.S. presidential election.
Companies like Apple and Microsoft would get a huge tax break on overseas cash, but Trump's policies on immigration and trade would play out less well for them.
The lack of direction is particularly emphasized by the very tight trading ranges.
The NFL has seen ratings decline in recent months, but sources say it's just a blip on the radar screen of a league that has a number of other catalysts.
Uber lost a lawsuit in the U.K. relating to pay, while Facebook and Yahoo! face increased scrutiny in the E.U.
Flurry Analytics today announced the availability of two advancements to the Yahoo Mobile Developer Suite, Crash Analytics 2.
Stocks ended mixed after crude slumped to three-week lows as hopes of an OPEC deal faded.
T-mobile is likely to reach $60 to $65 per share in the next 12 to 18 months, delivering premiums of 15% to 20% on the strength of its subscribers.