Alwaleed bin Talal spends $50 million to become Twitter's second-biggest shareholder, despite his earlier reservations about Jack Dorsey being made full-time chief.
Even the strongest passwords can be hacked, which is why Google urges users to adopt two-step authentication. A new USB drive makes it easier for users to safeguard their data.
Federal Trade Commission settles a "deceptive marketing" campaign with Machinima.
Having just one year ago said it was a waste of taxpayers' money, the Fox News icon lavishes garlands on Elon Musk's car.
The Apple co-founder says the Chinese smartphone maker's products are good enough for the American market.
A new lawsuit alleges that the social network falsifies members' likes for its sponsored ads.
It's not clear whether Dropbox acquired Endorse for its talent or for its couponlike service (which, given Dropbox's cloud-storage focus, perhaps seems unlikely).
Both Glass Lewis and Egan-Jones say that shareholders should vote in favor of the Michael Dell buyout.
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The online retailer ramps up its public war with publishers and studios in the name of pricing. Will consumers care?