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BlackBerry Takeover Bid Falls Apart, CEO to Depart
Unable to raise the necessary funds, investment firm Fairfax Financial Holdings will invest only $1 billion as Thorsten Heins leaves the troubled tech company.
In Mobile Push, Facebook Buys Israel-Based Data Analytics Startup Onavo
The $200 million acquisition could also help in Facebook's mission to bring the internet to the masses.
Twitter Co-Founder Jack Dorsey's Reputation Questioned in New Book
A book written by a New York Times writer says Dorsey's role as a founder may have been overhyped.
Staples Looks to Get Personal With Latest Acquisition
The office-supplies retailer has nabbed Silicon Valley startup Runa to personalize the online shopping experience.
Google Buys Bump, a Popular File-Sharing App That Fought to Find its Groove
It will remain business as usual for the teams at Bump and sister photo-sharing app Flock -- for now.
Done Deal: A Look at the Long, Contentious Road to Buying Dell Inc.
In this interactive timeline, we look back at how founder Michael Dell's proposal to acquire the company and take it private played out.
Billionaire Investor Carl Icahn Drops Campaign to Derail Dell's Takeover Bid
In letter to the SEC, Icahn says he's done opposing Michael Dell but just getting started recruiting Twitter followers.
Zillow Buys Rival StreetEasy to Corner the New York Market
Real-estate information powerhouse Zillow said it will buy StreetEasy for $50 million and also announced a secondary stock offering.
NBC News Snaps Up Tech Startup to Drive Citizen Journalism
With user-generated content becoming increasingly important for TV and digital news operations, NBC News is hoping to add something new: live streaming video.