Reports say the social network is determined to roll out its own smartphone -- perhaps to justify its value to Wall Street after a disastrous IPO.
The operations expert is stepping out from under Steve Jobs' shadow and leaving his own mark -- and some insiders are thrilled.
The market applauds the company's monster cutbacks, which are part of a broad campaign by CEO Meg Whitman to turn the struggling computer giant around.
The social network's rocky Wall Street debut could have wider repercussions for other companies that want to go public.
The social network's entry into the stock market is off to a disastrous start, and as the dust settles, it's clear some players made out worse than others.
Leap, the exciting new motion sensor, plugs right into your USB port and seamlessly picks up on hand swipes and finger flicks.
The company made a big splash in the stock market last week, raising a whopping $16 billion. This week, its share price is already plunging.
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