MarissaTV, the Yahoo Q3 News — If It Bleeds, It Definitely Does Not Lead

At least CEO Marissa Mayer impresses in her second video performance.

Toshiba to Lay Off 3,000 From Troubled TV Unit

Drastic measures for a poorly performing business.

Apple, Samsung Don’t Have to Publicly Disclose “Exceptionally Sensitive Information,” Court Says

A U.S. appeals court says Apple and Samsung don’t have to publicly disclose information about their sales and profits in an upcoming court case.

Kaboom! Activision Likely to Blow Away Third-Quarter Expectations.

The Call of Duty videogame publisher is expected to have another quarter of explosive growth.
Activision's Call of Duty: Black Ops II featuring Robert Downey Jr.


Can Tumblr Turn a Profit?

David Karp has focused on expanding Tumblr Inc.’s network of free bloggers for the past five years. Now, both he and his company are heading into a risky new phase: Making the site profitable.

Cisco Posts Results In Line With Street Expectations

Investors don’t like it one bit.


Profits Don’t Always Stick in China’s Web

The only thing growing faster than China’s e-commerce sector seems to be the losses of firms burning cash to gain market share.

Amazon Sees No Reason to Slow Its Spending

Amazon defended its free-spending habits yesterday in a call with analysts, arguing that it continues to see new opportunities and will invest accordingly.
jeff bezos amazon

Why Amazon Is Happy to Burn Money on the Kindle Fire

The company won’t ever talk numbers, but it made it quite clear: It’s going to sell its new tablet at a loss so it can sell more stuff in the long run.
Jeff Bezos announces Kindle Fire

Oracle Beats Q2 Earnings Forecasts