Twitter employees can breathe a small sigh of relief on news that Elon Musk is backtracking on his plans to lay off 75% of the workforce.
The Federal Trade Commission has thrown down the gauntlet on data privacy, taking action against a CEO for his company’s failures.
The Musk/Twitter drama has taken another turn on news the deal may be subject to a national security review.
Google scored a major victory in the privacy lawsuit it is facing in California, with a judge ruling that Sundar Pichai cannot be questioned.
Bill Gates has shared his thoughts on the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, revealing it will likely shut down in 25 years.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai faced the ire of Google employees over the company’s cost-saving measures.
Capping what has been a long and unusual career, Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard is giving away his $ 3 billion company.
Anyone hoping the current economic downturn is just a blip will surely be disappointed by RH CEO Gary Friedman’s warning.
Theranos founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes is asking for a new trial based on a change of heart by a key witness for the prosecution.
Google employees could face layoffs in the near future if recent remarks by CEO Sundar Pichai are any indication.
Andreessen Horowitz is making its largest single investment in a startup helmed by Adam Neumann, WeWork’s ex-CEO.
ServiceNow CEO Bill McDermott has called cloud computing the “pervasive computing theme of the 21st century.”