Ten years ago last March, Amazon started the era of renting data storage and computing over the Internet, what is now known as cloud computing.
Apple's share repurchase program will exit a mandated quiet period on Friday—two days after the company reported earnings—enabling the company to resume buying back shares.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer stepped into a difficult situation when she first joined the company in 2012. The company was already in decline and it wasn't clear how it wanted to revitalize the business.
The eurozone has provided investors with plenty of surprises in the past few years, most of them unpleasant. The economic data released Friday make for a refreshing change.
In late March, I wrote: “TiVo: Who Will The Real Buyer Be? - and looked at the question this way: TiVo is really two companies, it's a consumer hardware company, and it's a company that owns some important video patents.