In Hong Kong, companies are stocking up on bankers to bolster their IPO chances and generate buzz.
In Silicon Valley, snarky blogs make a comeback.
Mark Zuckerberg and Kevin Systrom on what really happened when Facebook bought Instagram.
Ka-ching. Disney gives Electronic Arts the exclusive rights to produce “Star Wars” games.
Larry Summers weighs in on the Reinhart-Rogoff data debacle.
Australia has come up with a new program that offers overseas millionaires the right of residency — in return for a portion of their wealth.
Moneyed Facebook-executive-turned venture capitalist Chamath Palihapitiya on why he’s still working: Because “I have kids and I don’t want to be a *&%^bag. I want them to see me working on something substantive and important.”
Contemplating a “Mad Men” IPO.
Chesapeake Energy: Still a buyout candidate?
Are bonuses at startups really toxic?
Want more workplace flexibility? Work from H.O.M.E.
Photo: Sergey Brin, CEO and co-founder of Google, wears a Google Glass during a product demonstration during Google I/O 2012 at Moscone Center in San Francisco, California June 27, 2012. Credit: Reuters/Stephen Lam