Billionaire Warren Buffett, famously leery of technology companies, has loaded up on Apple shares after noticing how inseparable iPhone users are from the gadget once they get one in their pocket.
Several suitors are bidding $5 billion or more for the core business of struggling Internet pioneer Yahoo, CNBC reported on Thursday.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn has sold his stake in Apple, citing concerns about the giant tech company's prospects in China.
NBC has won the television space race.
Twitter debuted on Wall Street with a bang Thursday as shares in the fast-growing social network soared amid investor frenzy over the most-anticipated listing since Facebook.
Oracle President Mark Hurd says he's not planning on becoming Microsoft's next CEO.
Netflix already streams movies and TV shows. On July 22, it will also stream a live video discussing its earnings results.
(AP)—Shares of Hewlett-Packard Co. are jumping after CEO Meg Whitman reiterated that revenue could grow next fiscal year.
Google chairman Eric Schmidt has warned that India is lagging badly behind in harnessing the power of the Internet because of its failure to invest in high-speed telecom networks.
(AP)—Fortune magazine is reporting that a "serious buyer" is talking with Time Warner to buy several magazines from it, including People, InStyle and Real Simple.