Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer Announces She's Pregnant With Identical TwinsYahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is pregnant with identical twins.
Silicon Beach Festival Expected To Draw 2K To Booming Tech HubThe area, which includes parts of Santa Monica, Venice and Playa Vista, is now home to some 500 tech start-ups, as well as established firms including Google, Yahoo! and YouTube.
Yahoo! Move To Bring About 400 Jobs To LAOne of the world's biggest Internet search engine companies is coming to Los Angeles.
Caught On Camera: Burglars Steal $20K In Jewelry While Ransacking Westchester HomeThe LAPD believes the three suspect cased the house the evening before the burglary.
A Senior Business Management Career In LA Requires Strong CredentialsRobert Puro says adaptability and proofs of performance are key elements to remaining at the top in the highly competitive business management field.
Telecommuters Angry By Yahoo CEO's New Ban On Working From HomeYahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s decision to require employees who work remotely to relocate to company facilities starting in June has sent shock waves through the world of telecommuters.
Yahoo! Name To Be Taken Off Santa Monica CampusThe sprawling Santa Monica campus where thousands of Yahoo! workers toil away just miles from the beach will no longer bear the Internet company’s name.
Yahoo To Cut 2,000 Jobs To Reduce Costs In Turnaround EffortYahoo is laying off 2,000 employees as new CEO Scott Thompson sweeps out jobs that don't fit into his plans for turning around the beleaguered Internet company.
Study: Nearly Half Of Doctors Use Google, Yahoo To Diagnose PatientsA new study finds search engines are the third-most consulted source for new physicians after professional journals and colleagues.
New Poll Says Kim Kardashian Is America's Most Annoying CelebrityParade magazine has just released a list of Hollywood’s most annoying celebrities.
Yahoo Ready To Deliver On Promise To Upgrade EmailYahoo's popular email service is getting a long-promised facelift. It's part of the Internet company's attempt to appeal to people who are increasingly using Facebook, Twitter, Google and other online alternatives to communicate.
Tech Companies Pitch In On Earthquake ResponseGoogle, Twitter and other technology companies are finding ways to help following last week's earthquake in Japan. Google Inc. has an online "person finder" for people seeking information about a missing person.