Yahoo has tapped another Wisconsin native to lead the Internet company. Thirty-seven-year-old Marissa Mayer was an executive at Google before she accepted the challenge of trying to turn Yahoo around.
We’ve had a fair amount of rain this spring, and it’s making our cars look just filthy.
Gov. Terry Branstad says he’ll attend an announcement by Google in Council Bluffs.
The California-based Internet giant Google is considering making another $300 million investment in Council Bluffs that officials say could give the state and region a big boost.
Seventy-five years ago, the Johnson family set down roots in the floral business. It’s shop along Grand Avenue in St. Paul grew steadily. When the Internet came along in the mid-1990s, it truly blossomed. The Johnson’s soon discovered the power of the Google search engine.
Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt says Congress is taking the wrong approach to fighting online piracy.
Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt is set to speak at the University of Minnesota on the future of the high-technology economy.
Matthew Epstein took a creative approach to getting a job, and it worked! Take a look at his video.
Hilarious look at what the perfect boyfriend would be like! Is this what your looking for ladies?
Want two months vacation? A three-day weekend every weekend? An afternoon nap break? Maybe all you need to do is switch jobs…
Guy takes Google Guitar and strums some sweet music.
A 7 year old turns Google on its ear!
Each year, Google dips into the artistic talents of kids around the U.S. One girl from Minnesota is a finalist in this year’s competition.
It was not for a lack of effort. Duluth officials spent countless hours and thousands of dollars trying to lure Google’s high-speed fiber broadband network to the northeastern Minnesota city.
Google has come out with a list of the 10 fastest rising terms that people in the Twin Cities are using.
There is interesting news out of Wall Street. Google, the internet search engine, blew past all projections and drove stocks higher than expected. Don Shelby says Google and its kind may become more powerful than we can imagine.