"The truth is digital and people consuming news and information from all of our digital assets, that's the most important thing for us," the CNN president said.
The Wheel of Fortune host spins some Twitterites giddy with his considered opinion on climate change.
It's not a phone: Mark Zuckerberg has unveiled a search engine for finding answers about your friends and their lives.
J2 Global acquires the media outlet after saying that it has "significant interest in the digital media and online marketing space."
NBC Universal CEO will depart as soon as Comcast takes control next year. He helped build Hulu and coined term about trading analog dollars for digital pennies.
While Yahoo's beleaguered CEO waits for someone to get his back, Third Point has a bigger target in its sights.
About 14 percent of Yahoo staffers will be hit by outright termination or phased transition. The company says the move will deliver about $375 million of annualized savings.
Yahoo stripped off its glove and whacked dissident investor Daniel Loeb across the face with it, naming three new directors as alternatives to Loeb's outsider slate.
The Web giant supposedly wants friendly faces to form a Bizarro World alternative to a dissident board slate. If true, that means war -- though the search doesn't seem to be going well.
Hedge fund Third Point, which owns almost 6 percent of Yahoo, complains the company has ignored its concerns and asks shareholders to vote for its outsider board candidates.