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Marissa Mayer unveils make-or-break plan for Yahoo

The beleaguered CEO of the struggling Internet pioneer delivers a "bold" strategic plan. She is cutting jobs, selling patents and real estate, and inviting would-be acquirers to speak up.

By February 2, 2016


Digital movie sales climb 47 percent in 2013

While overall digital home entertainment spending remains fairly steady at $18.2 billion, digital movies sales shoot through the roof raking in $1.19 billion.

By January 8, 2014


Trending Now: Facebook plugs buzzy posts in News Feed

The social network is in experimentation mode as it tries to figure out the best way to alert its 1.19 billion members to what's trending now.

By November 6, 2013


Gameloft's iPhone Xmas bonanza

Mobile game developer Gameloft has dropped its prices just in time for Christmas, making seven of its iPhone titles AU$1.19 for seven days.

By December 16, 2009


Odds & Ends: TechTool 1.19 coming; Mac OS 9 starting to ship with new Macs; 2/29 in 2000

Odds & Ends: TechTool 1.19 coming; Mac OS 9 starting to ship with new Macs; 2/29 in 2000

By November 2, 1999


Intel blows away estimates

The chip giant smashes analysts' estimates today by reporting $1.19 in earnings per share for the fourth quarter.

By January 12, 1999


Short Take: CompUSA net sales rise

Computer retailer CompUSA announced that net sales increased while same-store sales fell 1.7 percent during the first quarter of fiscal 1999. The company blamed the decline on lower prices, cutbacks in corporate spending, and the impact of previously announced store closures. Net sales increased by 18 percent to $1.4 billion from a year-ago quarter sales of $1.19 billion. CompUSA added they were pleased with sales of Apple Computer's iMacs.

October 8, 1998


Short Take: CompUSA posts fourth-quarter loss

Computer retailer CompUSA posted a fourth-quarter net loss of $51.4 million, or 57 cents a share, compared with profits of $22.9 million, or 24 cents a share, reported for the like quarter a year ago. Quarterly revenue rose to $1.19 billion from $1.15 billion last year. Excluding a one-time charge, the company reported a loss of 19 cents a share. Wall Street had expected a loss of 18 cents a share, according to First Call.

August 12, 1998