Microsoft Asks Attorney General to Intervene in Request to Disclose PRISM Info

“The Constitution itself is suffering.”

Aiming for “Functional Coherence,” Mulling a Different P&L and With Advice From Ford CEO, Microsoft Restructuring Set for Thursday

Get ready for the rumble — and you know Steve Ballmer loves to rumble.

Along With Flickr, Mail and Homepage, Yahoo’s Board Will Also Get a Refresh (and SuperPoke Dude!)

Director merry-go-round on the ever-changing Yahoo board.

Yahoo Dings “Do Not Track” Default (And Search Partner Microsoft)

Is the honeymoon over?

Interview: Brad Smith on Transforming Intuit Into a Mobile-First Company

Intuit’s chief says revenue from mobile products — a tiny percentage of the current business — should make up half of revenue by 2020.

Former CEO Thompson Might Be Gone, But Internal Investigation Into ResuMess Still a Hot Potato at Yahoo

The mystery of the botched bio lingers on.

Exclusive: Yahoo Director in Charge of Botched CEO Vetting to Step Down From Board

CSLie has claimed its first victim, although the mystery is still unsolved.

As Yahoo CEO Reaches Out to Top Staff, Board Meets to Weigh “Options” (I.E., Deciding Who Gets to Take the Borked Bio Blame)

On tonight’s Silicon Valley version of “Game of Thrones,” King Scott Thompson tries to assuage, while the board potentates sharpen their knives.

They Shoot Yahoo CEOs, Don’t They? But Not Without a Really Smoking Gun and a Much Stronger Board.

While many across the blogosphere — including some very clever tweets — called for the head of Scott Thompson tout de suite, that’s just not going to happen. At least for now. And here’s why.

Nokia Adds to Apple Patent Spat in Europe