With Facebook's initial public offering creating such a frenzy of interest, there's an important question to be considered: What happens if tomorrow or next week or five months from now, this investment goes south?
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The vaunted Google search engine is set for an upgrade that will make it easier for users to find the information they need by putting their searches in context, the company said Wednesday.
Facebook's initial public offering may be getting even bigger.
As the hype over Facebook's upcoming IPO continues to grow, a new survey indicates that not everyone is confident in the social network's long-term success.
Facebook has raised the price range of its stock shares just days before the company's highly anticipated initial public offering.
Just one day into the job, Yahoo's interim CEO Ross Levinsohn is in charge of a company struggling with administrative chaos, industry position and growing competitors.
For the second time in eight months, Yahoo is without a permanent CEO. The latest development is bringing more trouble for a company struggling to regain its stature in the industry.
Microsoft's move to boost Bing's social networking feaures could finally give it an opportunity to truly take on Google's dominant search engine, analysts say.
While Facebook executives talk to the country's top investors about its 900 million users and its powerful global reach, analysts say they need to explain how they're going to fix one glaring problem -- mobile.
Of all the things discussed and analyzed surrounding Facebook's upcoming initial public offering, perhaps the most surprising -- or just plain funniest -- is co-founder Mark Zuckerberg's hoodie.
A major Yahoo investor fired another shot at the company's CEO, saying Scott Thompson's apology wasn't enough and that he should be replaced immediately.
The Yahoo director who led the search committee that hired embattled CEO Scott Thompson said Tuesday she will will step down from the board.
The people of Nevada may be in for a surprise when they drive to the market or down the highway -- driverless cars.
Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson says he's sorry, but is not admitting any wrongdoing.
Facebook on Monday launched its IPO roadshow in New York City with CEO Mark Zuckerberg turning out to pitch the company's upcoming stock to potential investors.
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