Stories by Sharon Gaudin

TD Bank Unites 85,000-plus Workers

Built via a slew of mergers and acquisitions, TD Bank Group in recent years had seen its employees lose the ability to easily collaborate with one another as its workforce grew rapidly across the United States and Canada.

Most social net users are kind, Pew survey finds

A majority of U.S. social networking users say their fellow users mostly kind, and that the sites make them feel good about themselves.

Yahoo in another shakeup as chairman and directors depart

The shakeup at Yahoo continues.

Online shoppers push 2011 holiday spending up 14%

A lot of Americans took their holiday shopping online last year, which helped push e-commerce spending up 14% in the last quarter.

Facebook site, mobile app hit by slowdown

Facebook users today are complaining that the social network and its mobile app are running very slowly.

AMD execs tout firm's tablet plans

With new CEO Rory Read at the helm for about six months, Advanced Micro Devices has turned its attention to the lucrative and burgeoning tablet market.

Facebook may be readying mobile ads

Speculation is circulating online that Facebook is getting ready to launch mobile ads in a few weeks.

Wi-Fi in flight has yet to soar

Launched four years ago, the use of Wi-Fi on US airlines has yet to catch on, with estimates that the wireless technology is still used by only 7 per centof the flying public.

Social media fuels Planned Parenthood backers in Komen protest

Fueled by a firestorm of outrage on Twitter and Facebook, the people behind the Susan G. Komen For the Cure Friday backed off their decision to cut funding of Planned Parenthood programs.

Social media takes over the Super Bowl

Remember the days when watching the Super Bowl meant eating lots of chips, hanging out with friends and, most importantly, being glued to the TV?

Facebook IPO details strategy and its vision of itself

Facebook's IPO filing lays out a pretty good image of where CEO Mark Zuckerberg wants to take the company: He sees the social network as having significant historical value to the economy, governments and -- he hopes -- to every person connected to the Internet around the world.

Facebook IPO filing reveals some eye-poppers

When Facebook filed its IPO papers with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday, some interesting facts about the company were revealed.

Analysis: Could Facebook IPO help it dominate Google?

With the Facebook initial public offering (IPO) now official, industry and financial analysts say that a huge influx of cash could enable the social networking company to topple Google.

Facebook IPO may be social networking bellwether

With Facebook expected to file its plans today for its initial public offering, industry and financial analysts say it could be one of the biggest IPOs in US history.

Costolo says 2012 is 'Twitter election' year

If political candidates want to make any traction in this year's election, they better use Twitter, says Dick Costolo, CEO of the social networking firm.