Markets are fearful about the impact of higher interest rates. But for those companies with huge amounts of cash in hand, higher rates could mean an easy profit boost.
Google is close to buying the crowd-sourced mobile navigation app Waze for $1.3 billion, potentially trumping rival offers, an Israeli newspaper reported on Sunday.
Much of corporate America is retrenching on the real estate front, but four influential technology companies are each planning headquarters that could win a prize for hubris.
Wondering how a company is really doing? Ask its rank-and-file employees. Glassdoor has done just that; here's how you can use their answers to buff up your portfolio.
Facebook and Google use an extra line of defense to keep intruders out of your account. Why don't banks do the same?
If you use Google Wallet, you'll soon be able to send people money using Gmail, attaching a dollar amount to a message just as you might a photo or a PDF.
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Google is introducing a subscription-based music service, allowing users of Android phones and tablets to listen to their favorite songs and artists for a monthly fee.
A top German court has ordered Google to act on requests to remove autocomplete entries from the search engine after a suit claimed the feature made defamatory suggestions.
Barnes & Noble is teaming up with Google to vastly increase the number of apps available on its Nook HD tablets.
No relief today for investors still stinging from buying into Facebook's IPO: Shares of the social network fell after it reported slightly worse than expected earnings.
A federal judge has ruled that Microsoft owes less than half of the royalty payments sought by Google's Motorola Mobility in a closely watched patent trial.
Google CEO Larry Page and his longtime partner Sergey Brin limited their salaries to $1 apiece last year, while four other executives received pay of more than $124 million.
Google's latest quarterly results provide further proof that the company is figuring out how to make more money as Web surfers migrate from PCs to mobile devices.
Terms of an agreement between Google and Provo, Utah, show the company will pay $1 for a fiber-optic system that cost $39 million to build.
Google uses unfair practices to cement its control over mobile Internet usage on smartphones, a group of technology companies led allege in a European antitrust complaint.
The unveiling of Facebook 'Home' was met with a shrug, but that's OK with CEO Mark Zuckerberg, since the product represents the future of social networking -- not the present.
Facebook isn't introducing its own phone. Instead, it's launching "Home," a mobile experience that makes the social network the heart of compatible Android...