Yahoo plucks influential tech writer from NY Times (Update)
New York Times technology columnist and gadget reviewer David Pogue is leaving the newspaper to cover similar topics for Yahoo.
SAP co-CEO: Cloud computing growing strongly (Update)
Business software maker SAP's strong growth in cloud computing remains on track despite headwinds from a stronger euro, the co-CEO said Monday.
SAP profits up 23 percent as cloud computing grows
Business management software company SAP AG says net profit rose 23 percent in the third quarter as its cloud computing business grew rapidly and the company kept down costs by holding down hiring of new employees.
With looming Twitter IPO and Square's new digs, Jack Dorsey's hot streak continues
Jack Dorsey may shy from being called the Steve Jobs of his generation, but there's no question he's on one hell of a hot streak.
New iPhone 5C has analysts talking about possibly poor sales
Is the iPhone 5C a rare miss for Apple? Little over a month after its release, analysts are questioning how well Apple's new plastic-encased smartphone is faring with consumers.
Huawei: No government has asked for customer data
Chinese tech giant Huawei said in a report Friday on cybersecurity that it never has been asked to provide information about a citizen to any government.
Former CEO concedes mistakes in Nokia's downturn (Update)
Former Nokia CEO Jorma Ollila, who steered the Finnish company to become the world's biggest maker of cellphones, has conceded that several mistakes were made during his tenure, including a failure to predict ...
EBay CEO cites 'uncertainty' for weak 4Q outlook
EBay said the growth rate of e-commerce in the United States is slowing as it delivered a weaker than expected profit and revenue outlook for the current quarter through December. The company's third-quarter earnings edged ...
IBM 3Q revenue short of expectations, stock down (Update)
IBM said Wednesday that its third-quarter net income rose 6 percent, but its revenue fell and missed Wall Street's expectations by more than $1 billion. The company's stock fell in extended trading.
Veeva Systems stock soars on debut
Shares of Veeva Systems Inc. are soaring in their trading debut Wednesday after the cloud-based software company raised about $261 million in its initial public offering.
Low-income Georgia residents now will pay $5 a month for Lifeline phones
Georgia on Tuesday became the first state to charge low-income residents for what is now free cellphone service aimed at assuring the poor have access to basic communications.
Online upstarts rattling established industries
Traveling to New York for a few days but don't want to stay at an expensive hotel? The online service Airbnb can find you a room to rent in a private home.
Mixed result on sustainability reporting, but ASX proposes greater disclosure
Investors are increasingly interested in how companies manage non-financial—environmental and social—risks. And there is still substantial room for improvement.
CEO: Toyota's slice of US market is about right
After five up and down years, Jim Lentz thinks Toyota is right where it's supposed to be.