After Zynga Confirms 18 Percent Layoffs, It Lowers Guidance in All-In Mobile Move

More tough choices for the troubled gaming company.

Jawbone Hires Microsoft’s Mindy Mount as President to Turbocharge Ops

A new leader for the high-profile gadget maker.

Two Years After Dramatic HuffPost Buy, AOL’s Armstrong and Arianna Talk About the Sometimes Rocky Road (Video)

All’s well that ends well — even if it started not so well?

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.

With Low Expectations for Q3, Wall Street Hoping for New Yahoo CEO Mayer to Shine a Light at End of Tunnel

And make sure it’s not an oncoming train.

Amazon Quietly Jumps Into Another Business: Lending Money to Sellers

The new program, called Amazon Lending, is being offered to existing Amazon sellers who are looking to purchase additional inventory and increase sales.


Samsung’s Forecast Fails to Ease Concerns

Samsung Electronics Co., the world’s largest seller of smartphones by units, said Monday it expects its mobile phone business to report better financial results in the second quarter than it did in the first, partly helped by strong sales of its new Galaxy S III smartphone.

Most Tech Stocks Were Naughty, Some Nice and Only Apple Merry, as Year Ends

Tech investors had better watch out in 2012.

Remedy Health Media Acquires HealthCentral

Remedy Health, a New York-based health information company, has bought HealthCentral, a start-up that offers online clinical and patient tools, community and content in a variety of topic areas.

Ex-Yahoos Getting Downloaded by PE Firms and Others on Possible Deals

Former employees are good for something, apparently!

Nokia: Look Out Below

Nokia Siemens Closes Motorola Deal