When the Chinese commerce king goes public, it will mean a windfall for the Internet giant. Here are a few ways CEO Marissa Mayer may put that money to work.
If Thursday's successful US market debut for JD.com was the undercard, it bodes well for the main event, as the emperor of Chinese commerce prepares to go public.
Hewlett-Packard is depending on cloud computing for growth. The problem is, so is everyone else in technology.
As an easy, seamless sign-in tool, the 'Log in with Facebook' button has many fans, but privacy concerns have been a roadblock to universal acceptance. That's about to change.
The social media service remains unprofitable, and user growth is slowing dramatically.
The FCC's new proposal on net neutrality is either a massive overreach of authority or a gift to corporate broadband providers, depending on whom you ask. One thing it's not is popular.
A new move in Ireland to issue digital currency positions the social media giant to become a major player in mobile payments and money transfers.
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