Security firm FireEye have tapped up allied company Mandiant in a billion dollar deal to improve their ability to respond to security incidents.
Investors thinking they were onto a sure thing with cheap Twitter shares were actually buying up parts of a bankrupt company.
UpdatedReports surfaced Thursday that Facebook is Liking pages based on links sent through messages, but a spokesperson for the site rebuked those claims.
Speculation was rife (on the TechRadar Facebook page) that Apple was set to buy Facebook/Stark Industries/the Moon/a volcano base with its near $100 billion of cash but instead Apple is using it to pay dividends.
The once iconic photography firm, Eastman Kodak Co, has been warned it could be removed from the New York Stock Exchange if it fails to boost its share price.
There are fresh concerns for troubled Olympus after the Tokyo stock exchange has warned that the company could be delisted if it fails to report earnings by December 14th.
Kodak, the iconic photography brand, is reporting a larger third quarter loss than was expected by many industry analysts.
The top shareholders in Olympus are calling for an investigation into the controversial payments to advisory firms which emerged after Friday's sacking of Michael Woodford, Olympus CEO.