The original investor and current board member has dumped almost all of his shares, which some observers see as a vote of no confidence.
The search giant's purchase of Frommer's travel guides has people guessing about its intensions. Google Travel, anyone?
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Facebook's slowing growth disappointed investors, and its stock price hit an all-time low. Is the party over?
The magazine's owner hints that the publication will become online only, casting doubt on the future of the venerable weekly.
The former Googler has an impressive resume as one of Silicon Valley's foremost engineers and managers, but can she save the struggling company?
The bank settles accusations that it charged certain minority groups higher rates and fees.
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