Google, afflicted with “me-too-ism,” is unable to predict where technologies are going to lead society.
Kleiner Perkins is considering launching a fund focused on startups selling cloud services.
Want your email to get read? Here’s some words you should avoid (press, confirm, invite).
Why these online companies–Google, Amazon and eBay-are building bricks and mortar stores.
Beware the three Ps: Pinterest, Path and Privacy.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 89 points, its worst day this year.
Rumors flood twitter that Kim Jong-un, North Korea’s supreme leader, was assassinated or is on the run after a coup.
Do we feel bad? Barclays cuts bonuses at its investment bank by 32%.
The $25 bln mortgage settlement? Terms of the deal aren’t public because a legally binding deal hasn’t been inked yet.
DuPont finally puts its car paint business up for sale and the unit could fetch $4 bln.
iTunes customers are getting hacked and Apple is keeping a lid on it.
The white Macbook is officially dead. New Apple laptops are now aluminum.
This father actually shot his daughter’s computer after a disrespectful Facebook post.
Mitt Romney says he’s the only candidate who has never worked a day in Washington. He just a buyout king.