Taiwan's Quanta is the world's top laptop manufacturer, selling to HP, Dell, Acer, and others. Lam discusses the rise of netbooks and Quanta's future directions
Most 24-hour cable TV news channels are a waste of time: too much punditry, celebrity coverage, and sensationalism, and not enough real news. Pro or con?
Companies are working fast to figure out how to make money from the wealth of data they're beginning to have about our online friendships
As large VC firms cut back, a hungry bunch of seed-stage investors are helping entrepreneurs get their ideas off the ground
Companies are scrambling to silence errant messages while exploiting social networks
"Readers have some responsibility to get to know the blog they are reading—don't take them at just one post or review."
Struggling companies have no choice but to recalibrate their philanthropy
The author of Good to Great on how to spot the subtle signs that your successful company is actually on course to sputter—and how to reverse the slide before it's too late