Hedge fund mogul David Einhorn is suing Apple to block its plan to eliminate preferred shares.
A new report says that job growth in Silicon Valley has reached dot.com boom levels.
Facebook is buying an ad stack to rival Google — with Microsoft’s help.
Time Warner: the unsexiest media company going.
Snapschat and the erasable future of social media.
Fortune profiles LionTree, the little-known investment advisor that counseled Liberty Media on its bid for Virgin Media.
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Business Insider says it knows 25 enterprise companies worth betting on.
Sean Eldridge, a political activist and the husband of Facebook cofounder and now New Republic editor Chris Hughes, is running for Congress.
The Atlantic on the absurd luck of some very famous men.
Photo: David Einhorn, president of Greenlight Capital, speaks at the 6th Annual New York Value Investing Congress in New York City, October 13, 2010. Picture taken October 13, 2010. REUTERS/Mike Segar/Files