Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding is unlikely to be interested in buying Yahoo's Internet business, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Shares of Yahoo are up sharply Wednesday on a report that the company will discuss the sale of its Internet business.
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Reaching this lofty milestone shouldn't be a big stretch for the e-commerce giant, according to a number of analysts.
Activist investor Starboard Value asks Yahoo to drop plans to sell its Alibaba stake, and instead urges the company to sell its core businesses.
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Stocks registered their strongest monthly performance in four years Friday, even as they finished lower on the day amid a mixed bag of earnings reports.
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FedEx says it expects to see a record number of shipments during this year's busy holiday season, driven by rising retail sales and a jump in e-commerce.
The country's largest software developer makes another big bet on hardware and the leading premium coffeehouse chain pours out its latest quarterly results.
This week Six Flags posts quarterly results and the company formerly known as Google steps up with its first financial update since its name change.
Twitter said it would lay off up to 336 employees, or about 8 percent of its global workforce, as part of a plan to streamline operations.
Unreasonable fees are more than just a drain on your finances. They're insulting; the financial equivalent of a cold slap in the face.
Websites should be obligated to comply with requests to remove information under certain circumstances.
Twitter named co-founder and interim CEO Jack Dorsey as its permanent CEO, ending months of speculation about who would take the reins at the company.
The Dow and S&P 500 rose Tuesday after a volatile session, though concerns about the health of the global economy kept investors enthusiasm in check.
An iconic automaker gets caught trying to cheat emission standards and a leading fast-food burrito roller introduces a new fast-casual concept.
So where are Americans planning to shop this holiday season? A survey finds that most Americans plan to do their holiday shopping both in-store and online.
Facebook gives its 1.5 billion active users a new way to express empathy and a casual-dining chain offers a promotion that tarnishes its own brand.