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A federal judge says Facebook investors can pursue a lawsuit because the social network concealed information on its IPO filing.
This actually won't come as a surprise to frequent fliers of the airline.
Obviously, the "Royal Baby" was in there too.
Why go to the International CES and endure the horrors of a ridiculously crowded Las Vegas in January and the near-certainty of catching the CES flu? Because, after reading through hundreds of pitches about The Internet of Things, I need to see this explosion of super-smart, connected technology for myself.
As mainland China resumes IPO activities in 2014, Greater China will see record IPOs next year with at least 50 companies to be approved for listing in January, led by sectors such as technology and healthcare.
According to reports, Facebook will begin selling video advertisement space to vendors this week.
Fed up with its bellicose neighbor, Japanese companies are increasingly looking to shift their manufacturing bases to India. Is that a better option realistically?
An apology delivered by the founder of Taiwan-based Advanced Semiconductor Engineering might fail to convince environmental officials and prosecutors.
Apparently Violin Memory's IPO didn't go too well, and now the CEO has paid the price.
Google wants the marketing budgets companies pay others for promotional services
Mindspeed's wireless infrastructure division is scattered across California, the United Kingdom and China.
Facing a possible shutdown of an offending plant involving water pollution at home, Taiwan-based Advanced Semiconductor Engineering might be seeing the shift of some orders to its rivals.
A coalition of activist groups is pressuring Senator Dianne Feinstein to reign in NSA spying because of civil rights issues and economic consequences.
Edward Snowden, the unwinding of Nokia and the post PC era were key themes for 2013.