Privacy, schmivacy? Mark Zuckerberg’s mansion is on FourSquare.
The day has come: Warren Buffett is now on Twitter. (Like everyone else on Twitter, Buffett is using it as a promotional tool, too. His second tweet links to his new essay on why women are key to America’s prosperity.)
Egads, a new Google Glass app lets you snap photos with a wink.
LinkedIn beats Wall Street’s expectations, but its shares take a dive.
Intel chooses an insider as its new CEO.
Delta Lloyd NV, the biggest Dutch provider of group life insurance, will stop managing private- equity investments.
Jack Dorsey wants to change the way you buy burritos.
Personal tech is different in Europe.
This hedge fund trader was just sentenced to 4.5 years in the big house for insider trading.
Five ways to survive a bad boss.
Looking to build a little getaway in Martha’s Vineyard? Caroline Kennedy has just listed two, massive, beachfront parcels for $45 million.
Photo: Intel’s new CEO, Brian Krzanich, is seen during an interview with Reuters as Intel headquarters in Santa Clara, Calif., on March 13, 2012. Credit: Reuters/Robert Galbraith