Yahoo Looks Wrong About Telecommuting Ban

Most companies are embracing telecommuting jobs, noting they don't lead to a decline in worker production and mean happier employees.

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    VMware beats first-quarter earnings by a penny and exceeds on the top line. But shares slip as the company maintains guidance during its conference call.

  • Why Facebook Just Got Upgraded

    Ahead of earnings on Wednesday, Facebook is getting a boost, as one analyst believes the company's earnings power is being severely unappreciated by Wall Street.

  • Where to Get the Nest Thermostat

    Following its $3.1 billion acquisition of Nest, Google has just put the Nest Thermostat in the Google Play store.

  • Netflix Raising Prices: What Wall Street's Saying

    Netflix surged after the company reported first-quarter results and announced a price hike for new customers, noting existing customers will keep their current pricing "for a generous time period." Will consumers keep the service?

  • Is Leonardo DiCaprio the Next Steve Jobs?

    Leonardo DiCaprio is being culled to play Apple's iconic co-founder Steve Jobs in the Aaron Sorkin-written movie, according to a media report.

  • IBM Is Unveiling Watson As a Personal Shopper

    IBM revealed a new Watson supercomputer-created, cloud-delivered personal shopping concierge.

  • Would You Pay More For Netflix?

    Netflix reported first-quarter results and announced a price hike for new customers, noting existing customers will keep their current pricing "for a generous time period." Will new customers shun the streaming service?

  • What Comcast Had to Say About Netflix

    A squabble between Netflix and Comcast is heating up with the big cable company quickly reacting to Netflix's very public opposition last night of its pending $45-billion takeover of Time Warner Cable.

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