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Fast-forwarding from a disappointing IPO in 2012 to the present, Facebook has made it up to shareholders and then some.
Google is remaining tight-lipped about unconfirmed reports it has signed a deal to buy video game streaming platform Twitch for US$1 billion.
In a world that is rapidly becoming digital what Xerox does in the next few years may determine its fate
Twitter promises it is working with organizations like Girls Who Code as well as historically black colleges and universities to diversify its workforce.
Another busy day in Silicon Valley and on Wall Street after markets closed on Wednesday. Here's what happened in tech earnings.
The professional social network has agreed to pay $175 million for the B2B marketing platform.
Juniper is also selling off its Junos Pulse product portfolio to Siris Capital for approximately $250 million.
Yahoo sees Flurry as fueling the "next step" in its ongoing mobile-first strategy.
Netflix also has some ambitious goals for the third quarter, propelled by recent international launches in Europe and South America.
Pride, fear and loathing inside the biggest ship in the roiling tech ocean.
While other tech giants are buying startups by the handful, some enterprise titans could be splitting up into big chunks.
Microsoft is aligning Nokia's operations in markets where Windows Phone is successful. Lower costs in Vietnam relative to China are also a nice incentive to move manufacturing. Brazil and Mexico sites also get a bump.
Facebook is putting public figures in a new spotlight through a new app developed by the same team responsible for Paper and Slingshot.
Despite early glimmers of recovery already, eBay's CFO lamented that “the Marketplaces business has to dig itself out of a hole."
However, eBay followed up with softer sales and earnings guidance ranges for the current quarter.