Google wants very much to be known as more than just a search company, and over the next year many of its biggest moves will be in other areas.
CEO Marissa Mayer reportedly overslept and arrived two hours late for the event. Her late appearance apparently upset attendees, including the CEO of one of the world's four largest ad firms.
At a time when ad revenue is increasingly important, the Yahoo CEO reportedly keeps high-level marketing executives waiting for hours because she overslept.
The e-commerce giant had refused to sell e-book versions of titles distributed by IPG, which represents more than 500 publishers.
The tech giant says the combination will help its go-to-market strategy, branding, supply chain, and customer support. Analysts question the synergy.
Amazon is accused of a pressure campaign to extract more favorable terms from publishers and distributors.
This issue is going nuclear and a lot of people believe that charging $10 or more for the portability and convenience of an e-book is ridiculous.
On this week's show, BOL special counsel Gil Cabrera joins us to break down the mobile apps privacy protections (meh), the Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights (unenforceable without Congress), and the "Do Not Track" button (weak). He's kind of a buzz kill. Also, poor little T-Mobile, Microsoft's most unprofessional legal lawyer ever, and Nilay Patel buzz-kills Pinterest, big time. Plus, "Into It/Not Into It" returns!
iOS 4.2 for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch lands today in iTunes, bringing multitasking to the iPad -- but are printer problems to blame for a late start?
As a committee begins its search for former CEO Mark Hurd's replacement, here are a few of the top candidates they are likely considering for the job.