Chegg Set to Go Public Tomorrow in Next Post-Twitter Tech IPO

Which came first: The chicken or Wall Street investors?

Meh Is the New Up: Yahoo Meets Lackluster Q2 Expectations and Lowers Guidance

Revenue growth continues to elude the Silicon Valley Internet giant.

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

More tough choices for the troubled gaming company.

I’m Still Here: Stock Soars as Groupon Shows Stronger-Than-Expected Q1 Revenue

On the other hand, I could use a nice cup of hot growth.

Yahoo Beats Q4 Earnings Estimates on Flattish Revenue; Bought Back $1.45 Billion in Shares

A little up is better than a little down.

Autonomy Founder Lynch Blames Accounting Standards in HP Flap

When in doubt, blame international accounting standards.

Exclusive: Groupon Will Dump Controversial ACSOI Accounting in Amended IPO Filing

The social buying phenom is planning to bid goodbye — and good riddance — to its lightning rod of an accounting metric.

Not So Much on Groupon IPO Delay, But SEC Scrutiny Still a Drag

The Groupon public offering is still on schedule, despite a CNBC report saying it is delayed, but it is also not without its bumps.

What to Expect When You’re Expecting a Zynga IPO (Insider Selling, Natch!)

So exactly how fecund is “FarmVille”? If reports hold, we’ll all find out today what the yield is from the online gaming phenom Zynga, which will finally be filing its regulatory documents sometime today. Here’s what to watch out for.

Oracle Beats Q2 Earnings Forecasts

Time to Start Looking for a Buyer, Palm?

Palm Disappoints

Apple's Q1 Blowout