Yahoo Inc., whose valuation is partially pinned on its stake in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., declined after China’s largest e-commerce company reported slower quarterly revenue growth.
Twitter Inc. is getting punished by investors after whipsawing Wall Street over how to value its business.
With Yahoo! Inc. set to reap a multibillion-dollar windfall from Alibaba Group Holding Inc. going public, options traders have never been more bullish.
Twitter Inc. fell the most since it debuted on the New York Stock Exchange after Macquarie Capital downgraded the social-networking company, saying the stock has gone “too far, too fast.”
Facebook Inc. was once mired in mobile-advertising doldrums. That was so 2012.
Investors won’t necessarily abandon Yahoo! Inc. even after the Web portal reduces its stake in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.
Yahoo! Inc.’s Marissa Mayer can’t rely on Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. to bail her out much longer, putting the onus on her to accelerate a sales rebound that’s only getting started.
Structured-note investors are making their biggest bets on Silicon Valley companies from Apple Inc. to Zynga Inc. in at least four years as banks seek out more volatile companies to boost yields.
Yahoo! Inc. Chief Executive Officer Marissa Mayer was bailed out again by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.
Google Inc. isn’t immune to setbacks caused by the global shift to mobile computing.
"Clearly Yahoo's valuation is almost entirely driven at the moment by what's happening with Alibaba."
- Ben Schachter on Jun 16, 2014