In a wide-ranging interview at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talks about the company's stock performance, its effect on employee morale, and the company's strategy to monetize mobile.
Scott Thompson is reportedly keeping his top-level staff abreast of the situation, but employees wonder whether he should be fired, according to a new report.
Employee satisfaction survey finds falling confidence in leadership and high intent to leave the company, sources tell AllThingsD.
Yahoo bumps Google from the top spot on ComScore's list of 50 most-visited Internet properties, a position held by Google since 2008.
Jeff Weiner leaves all other US chief executives in the dust by garnering a 100 percent approval rating in employee-driven Glassdoor survey.
The struggling Web pioneer says in a brief statement that its criticized work-at-office directive is what's best for Yahoo.
Panda watchers around the world are faced this morning with the bleak reality of the US government shutdown also shutting down the popular panda cam.
Mark Zuckerberg is giving his first live interview since the Facebook IPO today. Let's hope he's frank about how he's addressing the company's problems.
The most likely candidate is current Microsoft cloud head Satya Nadella. His job will be to further the plans already put in place by his predecessor.
A 2012 cover story by Vanity Fair famously bashed Microsoft and CEO Steve Ballmer for the stack ranking process. Now that system has been thrown out.