Half of Twitter's board members don't appear to have much interest in tweeting themselves.
While Yahoo's beleaguered CEO waits for someone to get his back, Third Point has a bigger target in its sights.
The founding executive at Web pioneer Yahoo is the first woman to sit on the social-game publisher's board.
Reuters says that the hackers were able to spy on company directors by targeting the Nasdaq's Web-based software, Directors Desk.
Video-rental service schedules annual stakeholders meeting for June. Compensation for company's executives will be discussed.
Say good-bye to 3D effects that call attention to themselves. The technology is set to fade into the background as directors strive to use 3D to involve the viewer in a story, not show off what they can do.
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In a little over a year on Yahoo's board, Icahn helped hire CEO Carol Bartz and orchestrate the pending search deal with Microsoft.
Google CEO joins Apple's board of directors