(AP) -- Yahoo still has credibility issues, even after casting aside CEO Scott Thompson because his official biography included a college degree that he never received.
As Yahoo tries to head in a new direction, the fate of the struggling Internet company's Asian holdings remains in limbo.
Yahoo! on Tuesday announced a boardroom shakeup to breath fresh life into a pioneering Internet firm that has been struggling to re-invent itself and appease disappointed investors.
It turns out the old saying that "It's not what you know, but who you know" still holds a measure of truth in corporate America.
Samsung Electronics said Monday it would buy US auto parts maker Harman International Industries for $8 billion in a bid to enter the growing market for automotive technology to produce "connected" cars.
Yahoo averted a proxy battle for control of the company with a compromise Wednesday that adds four new board members, including a hedge fund chief who has been critical of management.
His reputation scorched by Edward Snowden, the former director of the National Security Agency is heading a cybersecurity startup that aims to shortcircuit data leakers, cyber warriors, terrorists and thieves.
The board of directors at construction and engineering company Parsons Corp. needed to fill a seat two years ago.
While women sitting on company boards remains a much-discussed topic, there is something new waiting to take a seat at the table: artificial intelligence, computers with company voting rights.
Spanish free wifi provider Let's Gowex revealed Sunday its accounts have been falsified for at least four years and it is filing for bankruptcy protection.