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b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: The Hewlett-Packard Co is overhauling its board of directors as the world's biggest technology company by revenue takes heat for the ouster of former CEO Mark Hurd six months ago.
b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: IBM Corp's better-than-expected fourth quarter profit shows the momentum from a new mainframe computer and a pickup in businesses' interest in outsourcing their information technology chores.
b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: If investors were as visionary as Steve Jobs has proved to be during his 35 years of tech wizardry, they might be able to figure out whether Apple can still thrive if its founder and CEO doesn't return from his indefinite medical leave.
b>SEATTLE/b>: Apple Inc CEO Steve Jobs, the charismatic frontman for the company that overturned the smartphone industry and invented a new category of Tablet computers, is taking a second medical leave of absence in two years.
b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: With so many investors becoming fans of the company, Facebook will be legally required to begin sharing more information about its finances and strategy by April 2012, according to documents distributed to prospective shareholders.
b>SEATTLE/b>: Instead of unveiling an elegant response to the iPad, Microsoft came to the tech industry's premier gadget show with a collection of exposed computer guts, news about microchips and a shallow preview of yet another Windows.
b>NEW YORK/b>: Motorola Inc's formal split into two companies on Tuesday will mark the final step in the years-long breakup of a consumer electronics industry pioneer.
b>NEW YORK/b>: An injection of cash that values Facebook at US$50bil (RM160bil) will help it delay going public for at least another year, giving the company breathing room to focus on long-term ambition rather than short-term profit.
b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: A federal probe of Mark Hurd's hasty resignation as Hewlett-Packard Co's CEO touches on some of the biggest names in technology.
b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bDelicious is on a list of services that Yahoo! is planning to close after shedding 600 employees, or about 4% of its work force.