Yahoo! is dumping products along with workers in a quest to return the faded Internet star to glory.
German software giant SAP said on Friday it was sticking to its full-year targets for 2012 after profits rose in the first three months.
Indian software exporter Infosys on Friday said its quarterly profit rose 27 percent, but disappointed the markets with a lower-than-expected growth forecast that saw its shares plunge.
(AP) -- Google improved its short-term finances even as it seeks to preserve its long-term interests.
Taiwan's top smartphone maker HTC said Friday net profit in the first three months of the year plummeted 70 percent, to the lowest since 2006, owing to falling demand.
Taiwan's HTC on Monday unveiled the smartphones that it said would allow users to "retire" their digital cameras, as it sought to fight back against rivals Apple and Samsung.
India's IT outsourcing sector has nearly doubled the number of jobs it has created in the US in the last five years and now employs more than 100,000 people, an industry group said on Friday.
(AP) -- Apple made computers sexy. Can it do the same for the musty old dividend?
Mobile phone giant Nokia on Monday looked to a launch in China to help it stage a comeback in the fiercely competitive smartphone market after a dismal 2011.
The Washington Post Co. reported a lower fourth-quarter net profit Friday on weakness at its education division and declining print and online advertising revenue at its flagship newspaper.