Microsoft pays cold hard cash to a British security researcher who uncovered a bug in a preview version of the operating system.
The investment led by Technology Crossover Ventures values the upstart streaming-music service at more than $4 billion, according to a report.
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.
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.
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.
Here are some of the individuals and firms that stand to make the most from Facebook's IPO, from Accel to, of course, Zuckerberg.
AmeriCash Advance says it refuses to pay the $15,000 that hackers have demanded after stealing data.
Disney Chief Executive Bob Iger is getting a little over $100,000 for joining Apple's board. That includes his first year's retainer and restricted stock units, which vest in three months.