Users to gain wider access to Google services.
An Apple bear made headlines this week by proclaiming that the Mac maker is worth just $240. However, digging into the analysis shows that it's chock-full of unrealistic assumptions that the business will crumble overnight.
Don't get snookered: Reversing decimalization is bad news for investors.
Late-stage clinical trials begin for this duo's experimental rheumatoid arthritis drug.
Bill Ackman finds a new favorite holding in the most boring of consumer staples companies.
Bing Translator supports Klingon ahead of "Star Trek: Into Darkness," but Google still outnumbers the service.
CEO Pincus unveils a plan win over mobile users with FarmVille 2.
Carl Icahn tries to call Michael Dell's bluff at the 11th hour.
The stock has made a near full return since its fall from grace in mid-2011. History may repeat itself, but avoid buying in at outrageous levels again.
Although the HTC First is going to be a big hit for Facebook, maybe the lessons management will learn from the experience will produce the next big thing.
A brief look at what is causing a few Dow stocks to fall lower, even though the markets are up.
Samsung moved 4 million Galaxy S4 units in April. That's impressive, even though a large chunk of those were selling into the company's distribution channel.
Patience is a virtue and when it comes to investing in dividend-paying stocks, it is a virtue that can make investors very rich over time or simply provide them with a safe, secure, and growing stream of income for life.
A look at the stocks making headlines this week.
The new VMware Horizon Mobile system capitalizes on the bring-your-own-device-to-work trend, while offering security and control for businesses.
Breadcrumb POS is the third Groupon software solution to process transactions.
This company's revenue and dividend have both nearly quadrupled since this leading CEO took over the helm in 2005.