BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins could receive almost $55.6 million if the company is sold and he is ousted from the top job.
Apple Inc.'s shares surged passed the $500 threshold—their highest level since January.
Just one year ago, the world's largest social network was in Wall Street's doghouse. Facebook Inc.'s highly touted stock market debut had fizzled, and the company's share price was spiraling lower and lower, as critics charged ...
Apple delivered better-than-expected earnings Tuesday helped by strong sales of iPhones, boosting the sagging share price of the maker of the iPhone and iPad.
The online video group Netflix said Monday profits jumped in the past quarter, giving it some cash after recent Emmy nominations, but the results left investors cold.
The special committee set up by Dell to evaluate options for the troubled computer giant warned Friday of "substantial downside risk" if shareholders reject a buyout plan led by founder Michael Dell.
Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry on Friday posted an unexpected first quarter loss and disappointing sales figures for its new phones, sending its share price tumbling in early trading.
The White House added Instagram to its social media portfolio on Wednesday, as it posted a picture of a helicopter with President Barack Obama and his family taking off on a trip to Africa.
A mysterious Facebook event set for Thursday has sparked buzz that the leading social network could be adding video to Instagram smartphone picture-sharing service.
US market regulators warned Wednesday of a rise in spam email and social media-based stock promotions that are actually "pump and dump" schemes aimed at cheating small investors.