Updated S-1: Facebook’s Yearly Revenue Growth Up 45 Percent, But Down Six Percent From Last Quarter

Will the new results cause investors to worry?
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Demand Media Beats Expectations Slightly in Q4 Report; Buying Back More Stock; CEO: “Turbulent Year”

Demand makes its numbers, as Wall Street scrutinizes the online content company’s traffic and costs.
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After Stock Got Whacked Last Week, Demand Media Readies Its Q4 Story for Wall Street

The online content company reports after the markets close — investors will be focusing on traffic and costs.
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As Weak Q4 Earnings Loom, Yahoo Freezes Hiring and Also Contemplates Layoffs

More not-good news from Silicon Valley’s troubled giant.
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On The Verge of a New Tech Site, Which Finally Debuts

Tonight at 1 am PT, techies who have nothing else to do — that would be me! — can click onto a brand new tech site called The Verge.
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Dell’s Earnings Jump as Costs Fall, Services Climb

Dell Inc.’s profit nearly tripled as the computer maker benefited from favorable component costs, strong corporate demand and rising sales of its higher-margin products.

Will Yahoo Be In Play Again? Here's a Few Scenarios (That Could Be More Than Just Scenarios)

One of the results of Yahoo’s weak earnings report earlier this week has been the renewal of chatter about possible changes in its leadership and even ownership. And continued investor discomfort with its troubled stock price and the level of renewed grumbling by major institutional shareholders is causing some key players to go back to their PowerPoints to reevaluate various options.

Rackspace Is Not for Sale, but Thanks for Asking

Rackspace is one of several companies thought to be likely acquisition targets following the buyouts of Terremark and NaviSite. Ask CEO Lanham Napier about it, and he insists the company is not for sale, but he clearly enjoys being asked.

Rupert Murdoch Introduces the Daily, His iPad Newspaper

News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch, along with Apple’s Eddy Cue, rented out the Guggenheim Museum to show off their newest creation: A newspaper built for the iPad.

Verizon’s iPhone Picture Comes Into Focus

Kindle’s Killer App: A Price Cut

YouTube Saves Money With Text-Only Video