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  • Nissan Turns Up the Heat in the Electric Car Race

    Important updates on Nissan's electric car plans include swift battery improvements, a plug-in hybrid car and much more.

  • Google Drops on Earnings Miss As Paid Clicks Decline

    Google shares plunged after the Internet search giant posted first-quarter earnings that missed Wall Street expectations.

  • IBM Matches Estimates as Cloud Revenue Soars

    IBM on Wednesday reported lower first-quarter net income and a slide in revenue as a result of a one-time workforce rebalancing charge and a negative currency impact, as well as the usual hardware drag.

  • Google Earnings Preview: What Wall Street's Saying

    Google reports first-quarter earnings after the close, and all eyes will be on whether cost-per-click (CPC), a key advertising metric, will start to turn around.

  • Yahoo!'s Push Into Video

    Yahoo! plans to expand its original video content with "much more focus and quality" in 2014, according to the company's CEO Marissa Mayer.

  • Bazaarvoice Looks to Twitter, Facebook In FeedMagnet Deal

    Bazaarvoice's $9 million acquisition of FeedMagnet may help the online customer review network expand its services to social media such as Instagram. The deal also marks a new M&A strategy for Bazaarvoice after the Department of Justice called the company's vertical acquisition of competitor PowerReviews "unlawful."

  • Has Marissa Mayer Done Enough?

    First-quarter earnings at Yahoo! didn't exactly blow the barn doors off, but for CEO Marissa Mayer and CFO Ken Goldman, they were good enough. For Wall Street, that's what matters, especially as Alibaba gets ready to go public later this year.

  • The Hartford Dives Into IBM Cloud

    The Hartford has signed a $500 million, six-year cloud deal with IBM as the tech giant doubles down its efforts to tap into enterprise cloud dollars.

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