"No technology company has ever reported results like this," Apple CEO Tim Cook said today.
Guest Post If you think that the rise of companies like Square means the end of paper money, you're very, very wrong.
Zynga insiders, including chief executive Marc Pincus, cashed out in April, selling 43 million shares for over $516 million -- just before the stock price cratered.
[Update: We've just heard from a close source close to the investor syndicate on the pending round, and he said it's not true the founders are getting a majority of the round. He would not specify details.]
Cash payment service PayNearMe, formerly known as Kwedit, announced today that it has grabbed another $16 million in funding and is launching a new mobile payment option.
Directed at consumers who don’t have access to credit cards, PayNearMe lets users …