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About 12% of total daily fantasy sports players live in the Empire State.
The market has cured many stressed out players, but also created new ones.
Univision buying Gawker for $135 million may prove to be a steal considering that the Spanish-language TV company is eager to expand its digital business with eye toward an IPO.
TV stations have the chance to cash out of their broadcast licenses in a billion-dollar auction.
Bloomberg Businessweek's Max Chafkin talked with Bloomberg TV about interviewing Marissa Mayer a week after Verizon announced it was purchasing Yahoo!
Board members who sit on four or more boards may find it impossible to manage their time when faced with an insurgent investor or merger situation -- or both.
In honor of Friday's World Elephant Day, major tech companies including eBay and Etsy, are taking measures to combat illegal online wildlife trafficking.
What can investors take away from this year's highest profile technology transactions?
Alibaba (BABA), of which Yahoo (YHOO) owns a minority stake, reported better-than-expected results for the 2017 first quarter this morning.
The Chinese e-commerce giant's efforts to provide better mobile ad solutions for merchants that sell on its platforms are clearly paying off.
What do this year's biggest tech deals tell investors about the future.
Arianna Huffington's outsized personality was never going to fit easily into Verizon, but her departure from The Huffington Post doesn't minimize her impact on journalism and the Internet.
Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO) is excited to announce the launch of Yahoo View, a new TV-watching site where you can watch episodes of your favorite TV shows and go beyond the episode with clips, recaps and the best of Tumblr...
An ongoing exodus of high-level executives reveal just how much luster the social media network has lost.
Yahoo (YHOO) told employees it has no plans to lay off workers between now and the closing of its deal with Verizon (VZ).
There's a lot out there to cheer investors, Cramer says, and August could turn out to be a better month than usual.
Puzzled by the telecom giant's purchase of a faded Internet star and a fleet management company? We explain the logic of Verizon's strategic repositioning.
Just a week after agreeing to buy Yahoo's operating business for $4.8 billion, the telecom giant announces plans to acquire Fleetmatics Group for $2.4 billion.
That may be the best way to get through the notorious month of August.
U.S. stocks gained steam on the first trading session of August, after the S&P 500 ended July just two points shy of its all-time record close.
Joe Atkinson, a technology, infocomm, entertainment and media advisory leader at PricewaterhouseCoopers, says its all fueled by access to markets and consumers.
Jim Cramer ponders if Exxon's problems indicate the bottom for oil, and how Facebook isn't expensive. Yet.
Yahoo!'s sale of its operating business shows what the week's deals look like.
The music streaming and podcast company could be attractive to the likes of Amazon, Apple, Google and others.
Microsoft may have dodged a bullet by having its $45-billion hostile offer for Yahoo! turned down by the Web pioneer.
Verizon must find a way to incorporate Yahoo assets into a larger strategy, but that won't be easy.
Twitter and Apple both faced low earnings expectations. Doug Kass looks at how they fared.