Marking the end of an era, Jobs steps down as CEO of the iconic company he co-founded. COO Tim Cook, Jobs' fill-in during three medical leaves, will take over the reins.
roundup What an IBM acquisition of Sun Microsystems would mean for the companies, cloud computing, and the technology landscape.
Open-source movement pioneer Bruce Perens says deal could have a chilling effect, while legal experts caution that the pact does little to end the uncertainty over Microsoft's Linux patent claims.
roundup The San Francisco conference may well be the world's largest gathering of game developers, the place to keep an ear to the ground and to get business done.
Even in light of recent events, the Olympian remained a scheduled keynote speaker at IBM Pulse 2009. But he ended up canceling his appearance at the last minute.
The charge stems from layoffs, plant closings, and a new, accelerated stock vesting schedule.
The notion of bundling a browser into an operating system isn't new. But that hasn't stopped European regulators from delivering fresh objections.
Reported plan to name Carol Bartz as CEO removes a key hurdle to any sort of search deal with Microsoft.
Sure, selling software is different from selling ads. But Yahoo has more need for fresh eyes and new leadership than for media expertise.
The SEC claims that Mark Cuban illegally dumped his holdings in Mamma.com after learning about an impending private stock offering. Charles Cooper and Dawn Kawamoto discuss the charges facing one of the best-known technology entrepreneurs of the last decade.