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Two gadgets enter the ring, but only one can leave the champion! Each week Brian Tong pits two compe
As is with most cases, "classified information" is cited as the reason why the controversial "privacy killer" CISPA will be amended in secret. But it's OK; it's only people's privacy at risk here.
Alibaba has amended its S-1 filing and has selected the New York Stock Exchange for its IPO, and will list under the stock symbol BABA.
Legislators rejected a bill requiring device makers like Apple to include antitheft software on smartphones sold in the state. Their reason: It would be bad for business.
In an amended filing ahead of IPO expected next month, microblogging service also says it now has 230 million monthly active users.
The social-networking company filed documents saying it will price its shares at between $17 and $20 when it goes public, likely next month, raising as much as $1.6 billion.
Line of credit will help the social network cover unforeseen expenses should its trading debut be delayed.
Under a new plan, non-employee directors could make up to $16 million for their service on Twitter's board.
With decelerating user growth, Twitter might want to consider paid subscriptions. If just 3 percent of users paid the price of one cup of coffee per month, the company could net more than $250 million annually.
The changes to its SEC filing come while Facebook execs and bankers are doing the IPO roadshow, trying to sell investors on a $96 billion valuation.
Over three dozen CISPA amendments, of varying relevance, will be voted on this week. One tells Homeland Security to help "socially disadvantaged individuals" who are "unable to compete in the free enterprise system."