With the quarter just closed out, here's the scuttlebutt on companies like Amazon, eBay and Facebook.
These profoundly challenged companies are experiencing a short-term rally after punishing long-term investors.
Reed Hastings' miscalculations, stubborn way and penchant for hefty spending will doom his company.
It has approached possible buyers for its internet video service.
The chip company is on the prowl for unique and colorful personalities to help develop its television sector.
BlackBerry CEO Thorstein Heins says the Apple smartphone's age shows. Heins couldn't be more wrong.
It may not be able to dominate the Web services field the way it has online shopping.
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The company, headed for an IPO later this year, is worth as much as 10 Tesla Motors combined, says Bernstein's Carlos Kirjner.
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