The competition for advertising on mobile applications is in full swing, with Twitter Inc., Facebook Inc. and Google Inc. ramping up efforts.
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Google Inc. isn’t immune to setbacks caused by the global shift to mobile computing.
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.
Yahoo! Inc. proposed three new directors to shore up its dwindling board, as Chief Executive Officer Marissa Mayer continues to revamp the Web portal.
Google Inc.’s costs are rising as the search provider finds it harder to keep up with a shift to advertising on mobile phones and sales fell short of estimates.
Yahoo! Inc. Chief Executive Officer Marissa Mayer was bailed out again by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.
Twitter Inc. hired Google Inc. executive Daniel Graf to be its new vice president of consumer products, sending the microblogging company's stock soaring the most since its first day of trading.
Google Inc. is adding drones to its fleets of robots and driverless cars.