The last time Google spent a ten-figure amount on a market leader and left the rest of its rivals in the dust, many rushed to change strategy. Did they make things worse for themselves in the process?
Video-sharing site's low asking price helped renew buyout talks with entertainment network LiveUniverse, sources say.
Revver, a video-sharing site that offered to share ad revenue with video creators, is trying to sell itself for a percentage of the money invested in the company.
Video-sharing company splits revenue with video creators pays out $1 million over the past year.
Video-sharing company sees CEO Steven Starr move to chairman. Company best known for paying videographers has seen employee exodus in last six months.
Several popular sites went down for various reasons and we sort out the mess.
President-elect Barack Obama's use of YouTube to deliver his weekly address raises serious issues--due to the privacy-invading cookies that are sent to Google servers.
Admit it: You can't build a business on showcasing home movies. YouTube finally realized that, and now it's getting serious about making money.
The news that President-elect Barack Obama will be using YouTube to distribute his weekly "radio" messages is met with general fanfare among the digerati.
New version of the browser connects to more social networks and media sites.