Box’s shares soared 66 percent in their stock market debut Friday despite the online storage provider’s decade-long history of losses, a showing that may encourage more unprofitable technology startups to go public this year.
Online storage provider Box has wrapped up its IPO at $14 per share to set up a test of investors’ appetite for a rapidly growing technology company that hasn’t proven it can make money.
As California’s drought lingers on and reservoirs dry up, small planes are trying to coax the water to come down.
Online storage provider Box is the latest rapidly growing Silicon Valley company seeking to strike it rich in the stock market.
Kidney transplants are taking a quantum leap forward at one Bay Area hospital thanks to a new cloud-based computer program that matches donors with recipients. That new software is precisely how California Pacific Medical Center is suddenly performing simultaneous transplants involving eight to ten patients.
Google is hoping to build the world’s largest digital filing cabinet in the latest attempt to deepen people’s dependence on its services.
Google is unveiling its much-anticipated digital music store as it opens a new front in its battle with Apple to provide services over mobile devices.
After months of delays, a new streaming music service called Spotify, which has become a huge hit in Europe, is now available in the US.
Microsoft has officially launched its Web-based email and Office services, part of its ongoing effort to keep Google at bay when it comes to business software.
Amazon.com Inc. wants to be more than a destination for shopping online: It also dreams of being a place where you can store your music, photos and videos and access them any time, from any computer.