By comparison, Ralph Lauren (the brand) CEO Ralph Lauren pulls in a relatively paltry $66.6 million -- how will we buy that small European nation now, darling? -- and third-place finisher Michael D. Fascitelli of the Vornado Realty Trust banked $64.4 million.
WhitePages has some big plans for integrating Mr. Number into its 50-million-unique-visitors-per-month website -- plans that should help you avoid spam calls.
Visual analytics and marketing platform Curalate studied 500,000 images on Pinterest to discover what drives the most likes and repins. The results might surprise you.
Check out the deals' that went down today in startup land with your favorite anthropomorphic turtle superheroes.
The number one magazine provider in Apple's Newstand has now added 20 new magazine from American Media to its stable of 1,800 magazines for digital sale.
Kickstarter has just launched a new feature to let you get feedback from your friends before you submit your Kickstarter project to the Kickstarter gods. Once the project launches, all those feedback notes magically disappear.
Captricity has raised $4.5 million round from Chamath Palihapitiya's Social+Capital Partnership. The company provides data capture technology that quickly turns paper information into digital data.
Softbank bets big on NYC.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo said yesterday that company engineers can roll out any experimental features they're testing to one percent of the social network's users.
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Groundfloor is building a peer-to-peer platform that gives regular people opportunities to invest in real estate projects. It is emerging out of stealth mode today and opening up to private beta.
Kaz Hirai tells D11 audience that the PS4's initial target is gamers.
Beautylish is using mascara wands and lipstick tubes to attract the attention of investors. According to an SEC filing, the online beauty company has closed $6.5 million of a $8.64 million round.
Connected cars may be the future, and voice technology company Nuance is shelling out $80 million for Tweddle Connect to enhance its connected car platform.
Twitter is planning to launch a Facebook Exchange-like service to allow brands to buy ads programmatically and retarget Twitter users based on their browsing and search history.
Android fans, contain yourselves.
With Windows 8.1, Microsoft is adding a bunch of new features as well as fixing some old ones.
The company, which launched on iOS just over a year ago to "deobfuscate" application crashes, helps developers find what's happening when their mobile apps freeze or unexpectedly quit. Besides Twitter, companies like Square, Kayak, Yelp, Path, and Yammer use Crashlytics.
BlueStacks is shoring up support for its GamePop Android console in a big way.