Sep 15, 2011, 10:34 p.m.
HP execs misled investors before August stock crash: lawsuit
(Reuters) - Hewlett-Packard Co
PE firm Silver Lake looking to buy Yahoo: reports
(Reuters) - Private equity firm Silver Lake is considering a bid for Internet firm Yahoo Inc
RIM results, outlook stun investors even after warning
(Reuters) - Research In Motion
Analysis: China seeks to tether the microblog tiger
BEIJING (Reuters) - Mao Zedong famously said a single spark could start a revolutionary prairie fire. That fear is now driving his Communist Party successors to grapple with how to tame China's expanding legions of microbloggers. A stream of warnings in state media has exposed how nervous Beijing is about the booming microblogs and their potential to tear at the seams of party censorship and controls.
Most Asian nations realizing Internet cannot be tamed
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - It's not just dictators. Governments around the world, many of them popularly elected, have tried for years to control the Internet and social media, dismayed by their potential to incite violence, spread mischief and distribute pornography and dissent. But in Asia, home to everything from free-wheeling democracies to totalitarian regimes and others in between, many governments are increasingly realizing that controlling online content, including dissent, just will not work.
EBay lawyer: Craigslist "sought" criminal probe
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A criminal investigation involving eBay is a "game changer" that should slow Craigslist's attempts to obtain documents and depositions in a parallel civil case, an eBay lawyer said in court. The U.S. Department of Justice has launched a criminal probe into whether eBay
Bulk of Oracle copyright claims vs Google allowed
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A U.S. judge will allow the bulk of Oracle Corp's