Google switches things around at the top, with Andy Rubin, creator of Android, no longer managing his old team.
Twitter is reportedly preparing a music discovery app that could be released in weeks.
Twitter has a new chief technology officer, too.
Fisker founder Henrik Fisker says see ya later, alligators, resigning as executive chairman a year after stepping down as CEO.
Samsung is outspending Apple on phone advertising.
PE firms are using an obscure tax strategy to extract money from their companies well after completing an IPO.
Blackstone, Apollo, and other PE firms lost a bid today to end an antitrust lawsuit that accuses them of suppressing competition for leveraged buyouts.
Investors still don’t “like” Facebook.
Moody’s has bad news for colleges; parents are tapped out.
Twenty-five things worth knowing about the new pope.
Photo: Newly elected Pope Francis, Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina appears on the balcony of St. Peter’s Basilica after being elected by the conclave of cardinals, at the Vatican, March 13, 2013. Credit: Reuters//Dylan Martinez