Lower fourth-quarter revenues and lousy guidance send Yahoo investors packing Tuesday afternoon.
The search giant has become the Internet's sole superpower, leaving rivals such as Yahoo and AOL confined to narrow niches.
The departure is a further sign that CEO Marissa Mayer is struggling in her efforts to revive the company.
A new study analyzes the 'facial geometry' of corporate leaders, and claims that investors think more attractive bosses are more valuable.
The stock tops $70, capping a surge of 75% this month. Shares are up 180% since their debut in November.
So much for privacy. Your personal information is well in these companies' hands.
The photo-sharing site only has 10 employees, and it may be up for grabs.
Eight leading technology companies -- bitter rivals in some cases -- are pushing the White House and members of Congress to rein in government surveillance.
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