Steve Jobs Movie Slammed by Critics — And Woz

Judging by the reviews for “Jobs,” many people will hope for more from Aaron Sorkin’s planned film about the former Apple CEO.


Intuit Profit Down 40 Percent as Tax Season Delayed

Intuit Inc.’s fiscal second-quarter profit fell 40 percent as the financial software provider grappled with a later-than-expected start to the 2013 tax filing season.


What the Facebook Skeptics Know

Never buy when insiders are selling.


Best Buy Cuts 2,400 More Jobs

Best Buy Co., the largest U.S. electronics retailer, is cutting 2,400 jobs, or 1.4 percent of its total, as the retailer seeks to cut costs amid increased competition from online retailers and lower sales of its bread-and-butter televisions and notebook computers.


Will HP Bottom Out Any Time Soon?

A lot of tech investors are watching Hewlett-Packard Co. closely, waiting for it to bottom out. The question is whether it ever recovers once it hits bottom.


Groupon Tumbles as Sell Restriction Expires

Shares of daily-deals Web site Groupon Inc. fell to a record low Friday as a restriction on insider selling expired.


Google’s Web Search Market Share Rises in April

Google Inc. slightly increased its leading market share among U.S. Internet-search engines last month, while Microsoft Corp.’s Bing search engine also gained market share, according to market researcher comScore Inc.


eBay Profit Declines, as Sales Rise 25 Percent

eBay Inc. posted lower earnings Wednesday, but the online retailer’s 25 percent revenue increase was offset by its recent acquisition of an e-commerce and marketing firm.


Qualcomm Earnings Jump, Beating Estimates

Qualcomm Inc. reported a 35 percent jump in earnings on Wednesday afternoon thanks to strong demand for wireless devices that utilize the company’s CDMA technology.

Online Purchases Helped Boost Strong Retail Sales in 2010

Don’t call it a boom yet, but retail sales in 2010 saw the biggest gains since 1999, with the help of online retailers like Amazon.

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