The head of News Corp. steps down from several boards, sparking speculation that he's done with the print business.
Charging Marissa Mayer with turning the failing company around, the board might be setting her up for failure.
A new survey suggests members are increasingly unhappy with big changes to Mark Zuckerberg's social network, while rival Google+ is pleasing its fans.
Marissa Mayer becomes the first pregnant woman to be named leader of a major public company.
Word, PowerPoint, and Excel are all getting a touchscreen-friendly facelift, and eager PC users can even try them out now for free.
The struggling internet giant poaches a top executive from rival Google, but doubts linger that anyone can revive Yahoo's fortunes
The Obama campaign is blasting the Republican's tax-reform proposal, even though the president's own advisors have long backed the very same policy.
Romney digs in his heels even as some Republicans say it's time for him to give the public a better look at his personal finances.
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