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Verizon is selling Tumblr to the owner of WordPress, and it sounds like the sale price is about 2% of the $1 billion Tumblr was once worth

The price of the deal was not disclosed, suggesting a big reduction from the $1.1 billion that Tumblr fetched the last time it was acquired.
Facebook has changed a lot since 2004.

Here’s what 25 popular websites used to look like back in the day

The early versions of sites like Facebook, Google, and BuzzFeed are almost recognizable compared to what they look like now.

Deutsche Bank is cutting 18,000 jobs as it restructures. Here are 29 signs that your company could be next.

Deutsche Bank is restructuring, meaning about 20% of its staff will be laid off. These signs suggest your company could be doing something similar.
Blocking email senders on your iPhone may take a bit of effort depending on your provider, but it's easy to do on the Gmail app.

How to block specific companies or individuals from sending emails to your iPhone

Tired of receiving emails from a specific sender? Here's a guide on how to block emails on your iPhone, via Gmail and several other email providers.
Facebook cofounders Mark Zuckerberg, left, and Chris Hughes.

Mark Zuckerberg has ‘never had a real boss,’ and it’s one reason he turned down a $1 billion acquisition offer from Yahoo, Facebook&...

Facebook cofounder Chris Hughes called on the federal government to break apart the company's monopoly in a New York Times op-ed.
Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg.

Verizon is trying to sell Tumblr, the blogging site once worth $1.1 billion

Tumblr was once worth more than $1 billion, but the site has faded in popularity and Verizon is shopping it around.

Uber’s former CEO Travis Kalanick was ousted after the company became entrenched in scandals — here are 7 other tech execs who were cast o...

Steve Jobs was famously ousted from Apple only to come back, while some, like Uber founder Travis Kalanick have moved on to entirely new pursuits.

The 18 biggest tech products that bombed, died, or disappeared in 2018

2018 saw its share of tech products bite the dust, from a Facebook side project to a website that college students used to waste hours browsing.

‘Y’ is for Verizon? Oath is rebranding as Verizon Media Group, but the company appears to have flubbed the announcement

Twitter users were confused by the "Y" at the top of the statement, which many assume to be the company's new logo.