Apple’s interest in launching a web radio service represents a threat to market leader Pandora, but it also validates the huge potential for streaming music.
Facebook Blame-Game: Who’s at Fault for IPO Debacle?
It’s too simple to blame any single entity. All parties bear responsibility. Investors are angry, but they should look in the mirror.
Lyft: Ride Sharing Startup Zimride Hits the Gas Pedal in San Francisco
Using technology to attack structural inefficiencies in the market for automobile transportation.
Patent Peace: Apple’s Tim Cook, Google’s Larry Page in CEO Talks
One week after Apple’s $1 billion win over Samsung, Apple CEO Tim Cook and Google CEO Larry Page are holding secret patent talks. Is peace possible?
Ahead of IPO, Moleskine Evolves From Notebooks to Apps
Just inside Moleskine’s New York office, Pablo Picasso stares down anyone who enters. The artist is a long-time Moleskine favorite, and the notebook company prominently displays a huge black-and-white portrait of him right at …
Why Wall Street Loves Apple and Google as Facebook and Friends Flail
Investors are bailing out on one-time Web 2.0 darlings Facebook, Zynga and Groupon in favor of proven tech winners Apple and Google.
Facebook Hits Record Low as Insider Stock Sale Lock-Up Period Ends
Facebook’s IPO — in which insiders cashed out $10 billion — now ranks as “the worst performer among all large IPOs on record,” according Bloomberg.
Is Apple Losing Its Shine After Steve Jobs?
A few more disappointing quarters — or slowing iPhone sales-growth — and doubt could build about Apple’s post-Steve Jobs future.
Is It Time for Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg to Step Aside as CEO?
Mark Zuckerberg may be a visionary, but with Facebook’s stock hitting new lows on a daily basis, it may be time for the company to find new leadership.
Apple Earnings Miss Wall Street Target as Buyers Wait for New iPhone
Economic weakness in Europe hurts Apple’s quarterly results, but the main issue was consumers holding out for the new iPhone
How LinkedIn Makes Money Off Your Resume — And Why That’s Good For You
Today LinkedIn serves hiring managers as much as it serves job seekers. Companies are paying big bucks for the right to look at your profile, whether you’re on the job market right now or not.
The Ten Most Influential Women in Technology
Marissa Mayer’s appointment as CEO of Yahoo! was an exciting development for her legion of fans — both male and female. It was also an undeniable cause for celebration among those who would like to see more women in positions of …