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Yahoo Inc. Chairman Roy Bostock sought to defuse speculation that CEO Carol Bartz's job is in danger with a ringing endorsement of her performance at the Internet company's annual shareholders Thursday.
The stock of popular but unprofitable Internet radio service Pandora Media Inc. increased in its market debut Wednesday, adding to the IPO frenzy that has some watchers talking tech bubble.
The shares of popular but unprofitable Internet radio service Pandora Media Inc. soared more than 50 percent in its market debut Wednesday, adding to the initial public offering frenzy that had some watchers recalling the tech bubble.
The shares of popular but unprofitable Internet radio service Pandora Media Inc. soared more than 50 percent in its market debut Wednesday, adding to the IPO frenzy that has some watchers talking tech bubble.
The head of the Chinese Internet company that has become tangled in a boardroom battle with major stakeholder Yahoo Inc. said his decision to split off a key online payment service into a separate entity controlled only by Chinese citizens should not have come as a surprise.
Twitter is trying to make it quicker and easier to track the world's most interesting people on its short-messaging service.
China's e-commerce giant is stepping up its heated rivalry with bricks-and-mortar retailers with the launch of a five-story home furnishings showroom in Beijing.
An online payment system founded by Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group was granted a government license, the company said Thursday, following an ownership change that rattled investors in partner Yahoo Inc.
Yahoo Inc. CEO Carol Bartz found herself in a familiar position Wednesday: assuring stock market analysts that she will clean up a mess that has damaged the long-slumping Internet company's market value.