Yang infamously turned down a $31 a share, or $44.6 billion, offer from Microsoft. He should have left 10 minutes after screwing that Microsoft deal up.
The start of the new year brings a flood of W-2 and 1099 forms to your mailbox, which means it’s time to start thinking about the dreaded process of filing your taxes. On Tuesday, TurboTax announced its latest iOS tax apps to help you meet–or better yet, beat–the April deadline.
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TurboTax releases new iPhone, iPad tax apps
According to Box CEO Aaron Levie, it’s just as much about baking the consumer look and feel into enterprise apps–something a new wave of startups is doing.
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Consumerization of IT is more than using an iPad at work
A hearing to amend and debate the controversial Stop Online Piracy Act should resume in February, its chief sponsor said, even in the face of new opposition to the copyright enforcement bill.
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Sponsor: SOPA markup hearing to resume in February
Here’s the full text of Yahoo’s press release announcing co-founder Jerry Yang’s resignation.
Several websites, including Google, Reddit, Wikipedia, BoingBoing, Imgur and Tucows, plan an unprecedented Internet “strike” Wednesday to protest anti-piracy legislation being considered by Congress.
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Protests against SOPA, PIPA go viral
Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang has left the company, the latest dramatic change at the top executive level of the embattled Internet company.
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Jerry Yang leaves Yahoo
The move comes two weeks after Yahoo hired Scott Thompson as chief executive.
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Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang resigns from Web giant
Chief Hollywood lobbyist Chris Dodd, a former U.S. Senator, railed against tomorrow’s planned Web blackouts/copyright-law protests.
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MPAA blasts ‘dangerous’ anti-SOPA blackouts as ‘stunts’
No one looks forward to monthly expense reporting. With new mobile apps hitting the market, though, this unavailing task could be a thing of the past.