Biz tech, tech biz
Like everyone else, I've spent the last few days trying to work out exactly what the Dow surpassing an all-time high of 12,000 points means for the markets.
Search engine giant Google has launched a specially created site for Star Trek fans.
Would people protest if MySpace became just empty space tomorrow?
The future of technology may depend on where technology titans can place their services, and how interdependent they will be.
Recent headaches at the technology giant are crucial to the continuity of Apple's success.
The announcement today of further talks with Lucent comes in the wake of a $67 billion dollar deal between AT&T and BellSouth.
The kind of ongoing revenue growth familiar to S&P 500 companies will be difficult to sustain given the current business model.
Hao Wu writes "Beijing or Bust", a blog that often flirts with the fine lines between Chinese state censorship and the U.S. Fifth Amendment.
Chinese derivitives markets, loosening of investment in equity, real estate and the yuan, another round of boom-bust looms.
An analyst, an anonymous corporate financier and the New York Times point to Google Sun buyout.
Are the short-term savings of outsourcing worth the long-term costs?
A recent e-mail from a Sun employee states "Possibly True" over Google buyout of Sun.
Google is getting closer to laying down hard cash from its swelling cash surplus and instating Schmidt as CEO of the combined technology monolith.
This is perhaps the most important media story you have read this year, a potentially sinister attempt by the New York Times to depose blogging.
There is far too much of both credit and criticism given to blogging where it is not due or apt.
Contrary to what NY Times columnist Laura Rich thinks, IPOs are very important.
In a new featured column, Rational Exuberance, Daniel M. Harrison argues that the next technology boom is closer, and far bigger, than we ever thought possible.