Jeff Bezos’ former housekeeper has sued the tech mogul, alleging discrimination and illegal working conditions.
The cloud computing industry received good news with a new report projecting 20.7% growth in end-user spending, totaling nearly $600 billion, in 2023.
The Alabama Media Group is throwing in the towel on physical newspapers, instead opting for an all-digital approach.
Despite the spate of layoffs and hiring freezes, it’s still a good time to be a programmer, thanks to continued high demand.
Warner Bros. Discovery is moving up its merger of HBO Max and Discovery+, crediting better-than-anticipated progress.
Apple is ramping up its iPhone manufacturing in India, with Taiwanese firm Pegatron now assembling the devices in-country.
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Vonage has agreed to a $100 million settlement with the Federal Trade Commission for making it difficult for customers to cancel service.
Lyft joins the long list of companies laying off employees in preparation for what it calls a “probable recession.”
Amazon is cracking down on hiring even more, freezing all corporate hiring, according to a new report.
Stripe is the latest company to conduct mass layoffs, letting 14%, or more than 1,000 employees go.
Qualcomm has warned of weaker profits as a result of major headwinds in the broader smartphone industry.
Netflix has finally rolled out its ad-supported plan, although it won’t be free like many users may have hoped.
Windows 11 may be the latest and greatest but Microsoft has an adoption problem, with only 15% of computers on the OS.
The US is ramping up pressure on China, asking its allies to restrict semiconductor exports to the country.