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Stories by Sharon Gaudin

If MySpace is for sale, who would buy it?

MySpace was once a social networking pioneer and shining star, but analysts now wonder who would want to buy the struggling site.

Written by Sharon Gaudin15 Jan. 11 09:27

AMD could better fight Intel with new CEO

With its CEO gone, chip maker AMD has a chance to reinvigorate the company and start beating rival Intel on some new products.

Written by Sharon Gaudin12 Jan. 11 07:52

AMD CEO out, search on for new leader

Looking for better growth and financials, chip maker AMD has come to a parting of the ways with CEO Dirk Meyer.

Written by Sharon Gaudin11 Jan. 11 09:52

Fear not. Facebook isn't shutting down

No need to worry that Facebook will shut down on March 15, as reported by the supermarket tabloid Weekly World News.

Written by Sharon Gaudin11 Jan. 11 08:47

Fear not. Facebook isn't shutting down

No need to worry that Facebook will shut down on March 15, as reported by the supermarket tabloid Weekly World News.

Written by Sharon Gaudin11 Jan. 11 08:36

Facebook eyes possible IPO, public financial disclosures

Just days after news surfaced that Facebook had received a massive cash infusion, reports are out that the social network is preparing to disclose financial information or prepping for an initial public offering.

Written by Sharon Gaudin07 Jan. 11 09:34

What Intel's Sandy Bridge chips offer you

Intel today formally unveiled its line of Sandy Bridge chips at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, taking the wraps off a family of Core processors that includes dozens of new chips, with more to follow later this year.

Written by Sharon Gaudin06 Jan. 11 09:11

What would China deal mean to Facebook?

When a photo of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg meeting with the head of China's largest search engine hit the Internet, speculation began to run wild.

Written by Sharon Gaudin21 Dec. 10 07:52

Facebook rakes in $2B in 2010

Not long after being criticized for not knowing how to make money, Facebook is looking to reel in more than $2 billion in sales in 2010.

Written by Sharon Gaudin18 Dec. 10 06:24
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