CEO Marissa Mayer tells investors they'll share in half the proceeds from Alibaba's blockbuster IPO. Yahoo also plans on holding on to a larger stake in the Chinese e-commerce firm than previously reported.
The investment led by Technology Crossover Ventures values the upstart streaming-music service at more than $4 billion, according to a report.
Microsoft pays cold hard cash to a British security researcher who uncovered a bug in a preview version of the operating system.
Elop, seen as a potential successor to departing Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, is set to get roughly $25.5 million in compensation following the close of the deal.
It's a big deal -- a really big deal, according to a published report -- and one which undergirds the pitch the social media giant has been making to advertisers.
AmeriCash Advance says it refuses to pay the $15,000 that hackers have demanded after stealing data.
Music videos are making a comeback with help from Vevo and YouTube. Indie music publishers want their fair share.
According to the security firm, the makers of the Flashback malware made $14,000 from click fraud last month, but can't collect on it.
week in review Facebook makes its biggest acquisition to date, while the Justice Department files e-book price-fixing lawsuit against Apple. Also: a privacy-minded ISP.
Here are some of the individuals and firms that stand to make the most from Facebook's IPO, from Accel to, of course, Zuckerberg.