Reports are circulating that Yahoo! is planning a massive restructuring with potentially thousands of jobs on the chopping block.
Apple is poised to unveil its iPad 3 on March 7, and the hot-selling tablet has once again put competitors on the defensive.
Icon-touting text developer Zlango fires up its plans to start charging for its wacky emoticon apps.
Enterprise software giant SAP needs to keep a close eye on start-up Appcelerator.
IDC figures say the sales figures could be coming back to Earth.
Apple anointed its new retail king Tuesday, naming John Browett to head up its brick-and-mortar stores. But will with UK electronics retail CEO be the best fit as pushing Apple's retail expansion in its fast-growing Asia market?
One company unearths some interesting financial nuggets.
A new CEO and split chairman-CEO roles won't quell the appetite of RIM's Shareholder Activists
Running low on stamps? It may be time to stock up on Forever stamps before the U.S. Postal Service raises the rate.
Yahoo! is reportedly on the prowl for new board directors, as shareholder activist Third Point LLC is increasing pressure to name its own competing slate.
Apple's small victory in its Android smartphone fight will potentially limit the number of Android-based smartphones allowed in the U.S.
Intel's warning of a fourth-quarter miss should send a message to PC component investors that soft sales into the supply chain may lie ahead.
A study gives vitamin supplement makers and their investors a potentially bitter pill to swallow.
Investors frothing over a Yahoo!-Google-Microsoft replay should hit the pause button.
Sony's Bravia TVs face a fire risk, and its flat-panel market share may be challenged this holiday season.
Jaguar Financial has enough support from disgruntled investors to call a special meeting in the next three months to oust RIM's entire board of directors.
What are the chances Groupon, Zynga, and others will have to restate earnings?
It may take an activist shareholder to bring about meaningful change.
Dell should make the most of marketplace upheaval following Hewlett-Packard's talk of dumping its PC business.