Silicon Valley Finance Vet Peter Currie Joins Board of New Relic in IPO Prep Move

Guess who’s back, back again?

Apple Must Reveal Financial Data, Says Judge in Samsung Case

Can’t use financial data to seek multibillion dollar damages and keep that data secret, Apple.

Confirmed: Schultz and Efrusy to Leave Groupon Board; “Accounting Types” Joining

Will a shake-up of the board of the daily deals company help its prospects?

CEO Tim Cadogan Talks About OpenX’s First Profitable Quarter and Where Ad Tech Is Going Next (Video)

The online advertising tech start-up has something to crow about (besides Google not killing it off).

Acer CEO: We’re Going to Stop Selling Cheap, Unprofitable Crap

Forward into profitability!

Liveblogging Yahoo's Q1 Earnings Call: Get Me to Funky Town

MicroHoo is funky! At least according to Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz on the Silicon Valley search giant’s first-quarter earnings conference call about its recent financial performance. Yahoo’s results showed a continued worrisome revenue growth stall, due in large part to a search advertising fall-off, and a still-turning turnaround.

Dear Andrew "No Comment" Mason: How About a Comment on That Unfortunate New Beard?

That Internet sprite, Groupon Co-founder and CEO Andrew Mason, continued in his quest to be the cleverest little entrepreneur on the Web with a very funny post on the Chicago-based start-up’s blog yesterday titled: “No Comment.”

With David Eun Departure, "The AOL Way" Makes Way for the Arianna Way

Despite all the polite throat-clearing in the various internal memos coming out of AOL today, with a rejiggering of its content management–including the ousting of Media and Studios President David Eun–what really happened was what sources said will be an about-face from a recent strategy of how to run its media business. That is likely to begin with the hip-checking of “The AOL Way,” which many sources tell BoomTown was Eun’s brainchild, once the $315 million acquisition of the Huffington Post is completed.

RealNetworks Posts Q4 Loss