Nokia Shareholders to Approve Microsoft Deal

As expected.

Amazon Builds the Spheres, While Google Opts for the Hulk

Analog is the new digital.
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Content Gains Allow Demand Media to Beat Wall Street Expectations on Q1 Earnings and Revenue

Strong performance of media properties added to the results.

Yahoo Bidders Come in at $16.50 to $17.50, With Plan to Keep Jerry Yang on Board

As the Yahoo turns, the board finally gets down to brass tacks of a possible deal.


AT&T Says Its Merger Withdrawal Beat Out FCC to Hearing Vote

AT&T Inc. said it withdrew its application with the Federal Communications Commission for approval of its planned T-Mobile USA takeover before commissioners had the opportunity to vote on a proposal to send the merger to a hearing for approval.

Google Calls Justice Department Second Request on Motorola Deal “Pretty Routine” (If Four Percent Is Routine)

The acquisitive search giant plays the odds again in Washington, D.C., with handset purchase.

Yahoo Addresses Alipay Mess: Forget It, Shareholders–It's China.

You’re a very annoying partner for Alibaba, Yahoo. Huh? You know what happens to annoying partners in China? Huh? No? Wanna guess? Huh? No? Okay. They lose their Alipays.

Does the FCC Want to Kill Hulu?

Apple’s Killer Quarter

Google: When Good Isn’t Good Enough

Apple Tablet on Tap