A vacation rental site contends that newly signed ordinance violates the US Constitution and discriminates against non-permanent SF residents.
With its IPO already expected to be record-breaking in the US, the Chinese company will price its stock even higher. That could translate to $25 billion.
One of the world's fastest-growing Internet companies finally files its US initial public offering, seeking about $20 billion, reports speculate.
Charlie Shrem allegedly worked with Robert Faiella, known as BTCKing in the Bitcoin community, to exchange more than $1 million in bitcoins for users to make illegal purchases on Silk Road.
Venture capitalist calls report, which featured him and one of his portfolio companies, an "agenda-driven bastardization of news reporting."
His AOL heyday now well behind him, Case has major interests in some 20 companies, including LivingSocial and Hello Wallet, and has become an Internet elder statesman.
CNET asked the leaders of the congressional committees that write U.S. copyright law, plus the groups that backed the controversial legislation a year ago, to tell us what will happen next.
Many assume Google helped drive up the price for AOL's intellectual property. But a source tells CNET that wasn't the case.
A new report from Reuters claims a host of companies are betting big on e-commerce for the world's largest social network, and they think it could be huge.
The company's new patents range from a single security model for booting a computing device to a design patent on its current iPod Shuffle.