Despite regulatory resistance in some markets, the provider of an alternative car service raises $350 million in recent funding.
Regulatory filings by the online retail giant also revealed Bezos' total compensation remained steady at $1.68 million in 2012.
The two-year-old company says it's created a shopping experience that won't include cash or credit cards. It won't say how it does it, yet, but Silicon Valley's top investors believe it.
The telecom company has expressed a commitment to raise its investment in the United States by 10 percent each year.
The company added 1.1 million net new customers, but lost 101,000 contract subscribers as iPhones at Verizon Wireless and AT&T applied additional competitive pressure.
Defense Department policy shifts toward using more clean energy in order to increase national security and save money, which could have far-reaching effects, according to Pew.
Coming off a weak quarterly performance, PC maker confirms that it is in "preliminary" discussions regarding an investment or acquisition.
Venture capital cash flow to start-ups plummets to $3.7 billion in the second quarter, compared with $7.5 billion a year ago.
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Warner Music takes $33 million write-down, most of it on minority stakes it took in Imeem and Lala. Label is also disappointed with MySpace Music's performance.