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Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer earns the same as a man with similar experience would in her position, a study says.

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Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer earns the same as a man with similar experience would in her position, a study says.

A Bright Spot in Tech’s Gender Gap

The technology world is still run by men. They have more than 80 percent of the software developer jobs, according to the U.S.  Bureau of Labor Statistics. And they hold most of the leadership positions. But there’s good news for the...

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Apple has more than 435 million iTunes accounts stored in the company’s database, according to Talal Khan, an analyst.

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Apple has more than 435 million iTunes accounts stored in the company’s database, according to Talal Khan, an analyst.

Apple’s ITunes Would Be One of World’s Biggest Media Companies

Google, Facebook and even Yahoo have been hailed as visionary companies that aren’t just disrupting old media, they’re replacing it. That conjecture hasn’t applied as readily to Apple, which after all deals in high-end hardware, not eyeballs or advertising. A closer look, however, reveals...

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Russell Reynolds's analysis of 135 tech companies found that former Yahoo employees account for more current CEOs than any other company.

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Russell Reynolds's analysis of 135 tech companies found that former Yahoo employees account for more current CEOs than any other company.

Yahoo Beats Google, Microsoft in Alumni Becoming CEOs: Report

For a company that has struggled to keep a chief executive officer in place, Yahoo! has spawned more than its share of technology leaders from its ranks who have gone on to run other companies. More of today’s leading technology...

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Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg leaves the Sheraton New York Hotel on Monday.

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Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg leaves the Sheraton New York Hotel on Monday.

Facebook and Yahoo: A Tale of Two Internet Pioneers

In the video promoting Facebook’s IPO, founder Mark Zuckerberg starts off by saying that in middle school he was a big fan of Yahoo, which along with Google, was his search engine of choice for scouring the web. “It was...

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Many executives have gotten into trouble over the information on their resumes. Some resigned, were fired or held onto their jobs.

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Many executives have gotten into trouble over the information on their resumes. Some resigned, were fired or held onto their jobs.

As Yahoo Discusses CEO, What Became of Other Execs in Trouble?

As Yahoo’s board meets to discuss CEO Scott Thompson, who just apologized to his staff for the fallout over his resume, here’s a look at what happened to other executives whose academic credentials were called into question: Veritas Software Corp.’s...

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When killing technology, sometimes a bat is required.

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When killing technology, sometimes a bat is required.

Yahoo, Google: Proud Product Killers

For top Internet executives, a failed project is apparently something to brag out. In earnings calls during the past few days, chief executives for Google and Yahoo boasted about how many products they had shuttered. Last week, Google CEO Larry...

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Greenpeace gave Apple low marks for its failure to use clean energy to power the massive data centers that run its iTunes store and iCloud synchronization service.

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Greenpeace gave Apple low marks for its failure to use clean energy to power the massive data centers that run its iTunes store and iCloud synchronization service.

Greenpeace Says Apple, Amazon Clouds Are Dirty, But They Disagree

In 2009, as Apple tried to prove its green credentials with environmentalists, Steve Jobs said he thought the company had made big strides to win over its loudest critic: Greenpeace International. After years of withering attacks, the group had tempered...

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