Marissa Mayer is finally set to get a cash infusion from Yahoo! Inc.’s nine-year investment in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. -- along with the pressure of putting the money to work.
BlackBerry is poised to snap a five- quarter streak of declining smartphone shipments, a sign its recovery is gaining traction.
Verizon Wireless, the largest U.S. mobile-phone company, retreated from plans to offer service for Google Inc.’s Nexus One phone, saying it will focus on other Android-powered handsets instead.
EBay Inc. rose after the largest Internet marketplace reported sales and profit that topped analysts’ estimates, buoyed by a campaign to promote its retail offerings and broader use of the PayPal online-payments service.
"It was not a train wreck, but there was nothing in the core business that made me say,' Wow, look at this."
- Colin Gillis on Oct 21, 2014
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