Steve Case, chairman and chief executive officer of Revolution LLC and co-founder of America Online (AOL), told the South By Southwest (SXSW) Interactive Festival in Austin, Texas that the third wave of disruption from the internet is on the way

The third wave of the internet will bring disruption of food, health and education sectors, along with increased government partnerships and crowd fun(...)

Rolls Royce: results out on Friday.  Photographer: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg
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Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer. The company has  unveiled a plan for a tax-free spin-off of its 15 per cent stake in China’s Alibaba.

Yahoo plans to spin off its 15 per cent stake in China’s Alibaba, responding to pressure to hand over to shareholders its prized e-commerce investment(...)

Verizon is understood to be interested in AOL’s programmatic advertising technology -- the automated buying and selling of ads online --as well as internet properties including The Huffington Post. (Photograph: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Verizon Communications has approached AOL about a potential acquisition or joint venture with the internet company to expand its mobile-video offering(...)

Win Butler, lead singer with Arcade Fire, has agreed to back a new charity coffee from Haiti having been persuaded by Kerryman Conor Murphy to back the venture

Good morning, The Anglo Irish Bank saga nears an end as Tom Lyons reports that the special liquidators have less than 500 million euro of loans(...)

AOL chief Tim Armstrong, who has instructed his underlings at AOL to spend one-tenth of each working week deploying their grey matter.  Photograph: Peter DaSilva/The New York Times

How much of their time should managers spend thinking? Tim Armstrong believes the correct answer is 10 per cent - and has instructed all his underling(...)

Remember back in 2008 when we all flocked to Facebook leaving nothing but dust balls and decaying status updates on Bebo? And then, somehow, AOL was c(...)

Apple’s iTunes division set up its European home in Luxembourg and was then joined by Microsoft, Cisco and eBay, a veritable tech surge. Photo: Getty Images

Jean-Claude Juncker had a mischievous look. It was shortly before the 2004 election and Luxembourg’s premier at the time just could not keep the secre(...)

J&J seeks in excess of $5 billion in damages and interest from Boston Scientific, a potentially massive judgment against a company that as of Tuesday had a market capitalisation of $17.8 billion

Nearly a decade after losing a bidding war for device maker Guidant to Boston Scientific Corp, Johnson & Johnson finally has a chance for payback (...)

AOL   chief executive  Tim Armstrong has been credited with reviving a dying brand. Photograph: Reuters

At least two top-10 Yahoo shareholders are so unhappy with chief executive Marissa Mayer’s turnaround efforts that they are making a plea to AOL chie(...)