Market commentator and TheStreet.com co-founder Jim Cramer is given a top title, after the investor site separated the two roles of its CEO Thomas Clarke.
Crowdfunding and relaxed rules for going public are highlights of new legislative package.
As Obama signs the JOBS Act into law, crowdfunding becomes legal and companies get more flexibility in going public. Here's the good and the bad.
Explained: How changing financial rules will affect technology startups -- and could amp up your exposure to those fledgling companies.
Too many entrepreneurs start companies with the goal of selling them. Former VC Andy Rachleff is hoping Facebook inspires people in Silicon Valley to think bigger.
Don Reisinger thinks the tech industry needs to be a central concern to the Obama administration. But with other pressing issues facing the president-elect, will that happen?
Previously, Google would only alter search results based on search history for those signed into Google accounts. Now, it plans to do that for everyone.
Federal legislation would help protect the private information of U.S. citizens while reducing the cost of doing so.
After a failed Documentum implementation that cost US taxpayers $3 million, the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board's CIO has just resigned over the weekend.