While technology will play a big role in your company's future, you shouldn't discount the strengths you already have as demand for online brand ads grows.
Yahoo's CEO tries to rally the troops after Microsoft drops its acquisition attempt: "We must redouble our efforts."
On his return trip from Europe, Microsoft's boss either can get bummed out about Vista's performance or get creative about his Saturday deadline to Yahoo.
When two multi-billion dollar companies and their highly-paid executives and lawyers can't work out a marriage everyone knows is going to happen without turning to the press for leverage, it's hard to feel bad for them.
Note to employees from CEO explains the reasoning behind giving Microsoft more time before forcing the Redmond giant to launch a hostile proxy fight.
Students want to work on projects that they consider interesting, relevant, and--yes--cool. And that has very little to do with Microsoft making products available under an academic license.
An aggravated mom questions Disney's motives for saying Hannah Montana's 3D concert film will be a one-week theater release, and then changing its tune.
In an e-mail to staff, Microsoft's chief gushes over Yahoo, while urging employees to try and keep their minds on business as usual while Microsoft pursues its target.
Tech toys are all the rage this holiday gift-giving season, and it is important to consult with a kid's parents before you buy a high-tech gift, especially any gadget that has an online connection.
New EMI chief Guy Hands sent a memo to all EMI employees giving some assurances about the future of the company, but with surprisingly little emphasis on technology.