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Google Changes Policies on Sexual Misconduct After Staff Walkout
Match is working to become a one-stop shop for dating apps by buying smaller competitors and building its main app, Tinder.
The Latest on Election Cybersecurity Heading Into Tuesday’s Midterms
Shopify Bans Some Right-Wing Groups After Activist Pressure
Booking Jumps After Fourth-Quarter Forecast Beats Estimates
Rometty purchased roughly $1 million in the open market and $2 million through an IBM retirement fund.
Thiel praised Trump’s policies, in particular tax reforms, China tariffs and changes to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
Google's Top Lobbyist in Washington Is Stepping Down
The search engine for China, nicknamed Project Dragonfly was an ‘experiment,’ Pichai says.
These days, Google workers are exerting an unusual level of control over their company. But Pichai has a reminder for them.
Sundar Pichai, in a memo, said the company hasn’t done enough to assure workers that it takes sexual harassment seriously.
IBM's Rometty Stakes Legacy on Risky $33 Billion Red Hat Deal
IBM to Buy Back Up to $4 Billion of Its Own Shares
IBM has seen revenue decline by almost a quarter since Rometty took the CEO role in 2012
New trackers make it easy for developers to identify fed-up users and pester them with targeted ads.
IBM Wants Its Cloud Services to Play Nice With Competitors
Senator Says Google Failed to Answer Key Questions on China
Google Reveals New Pixel Phone, Speaker to Chase Apple, Amazon
The internet giant found the flaw in March during an extensive privacy and security review.
Hootsuite Is Exploring a Sale for at Least $750 Million
Funding round led by Ontario pension fund totals $100 million.