Facebook Inc. is adopting a multifront strategy to woo fickle smartphone users who crave a variety of ways to send messages to friends.
Twitter Inc. is getting punished by investors after whipsawing Wall Street over how to value its business.
EBay Inc.’s move to bring home part of its international cash hoard opens the door for it to do multibillion-dollar acquisitions, just as the company needs to rev up growth.
EBay Inc., operator of the online- auction site, asked users to change their passwords after a cyber-attack exposed a database with login information and data such as birthdays and phone numbers.
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.
Facebook Inc.’s generosity is getting harder to stomach for options traders after this month’s selloff in technology stocks.
Google Inc. isn’t immune to setbacks caused by the global shift to mobile computing.
Zebra Technologies Corp. is borrowing money to fund most of its $3.45 billion purchase of a Motorola Solutions Inc. unit, piling on debt in a bet on the future of tracking technology.
"Investors are growing a little bit more concerned about companies that are so aggressively investing that we're seeing adverse impacts on things like operating margins."
- Scott Kessler on Jul 22, 2014
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