Reality has taken hold. The company's valuation is still out of whack, despite its massive user base.
CEO Randall Stephenson claims the federal agency is "picking winners and losers" when it comes to which spectrum deals it will greenlight.
It looks like the social network's share price could be making a comeback as it reaches $41.94 per share. But, it might not be time to celebrate yet.
Apple's CEO says new things are coming but offers no other details.
Underwriters of the social network's IPO were instructed to tell major clients they were reducing their revenue forecast for the company, a source tells Business Insider.
Six new entry-level point-and-shoots with very few differences between them.
AT&T likely became gun-shy after the T-Mobile deal collapsed. The company remains mum on Verizon's spectrum.
CEO Randall Stephenson will see his total pay for 2011 drop by more than $2 million over his role in the failed bid to buy T-Mobile.
The confident CEO tells the TechCrunch Disrupt audience that the social-networking giant has figured out the mobile revenue equation. He also reveals what he thinks about the NSA scandal.
Micron wins an important case against Rambus, which had alleged that companies conspired to lock it out of the memory chip market.