Gerrit De Vynck
Google Tweaks Cryptocurrency Ad Ban to Allow Regulated Exchanges
Google is under fire from some politicians for being too big.
Shannon Liss-Riordan says the company has wrongfully terminated thousands of workers for being too old. Can she make it stick?
IBM Is Being Sued for Age Discrimination After Firing Thousands
Big Tech is trying to remake health care in its own image.
The leaked video may give conservatives new fuel for their allegations that the internet-search giant is politically biased.
Why is Trump complaining about Google searches and calling it biased? Here’s a QuickTake.
Dorsey Hearing Protester Drowned Out by Auctioneer Lawmaker
Sandberg Sticks to Script as Dorsey Opens Up at Senate Hearing
Mapbox accidentally displayed New York as ‘Jewtropolis’ on Snapchat, Weather Channel on Thursday.
Trump Takes Aim at China, Questioning International Postal Rates
Airbnb Sues New York City to Block User-Data Bill Over Privacy
E-commerce company is facing tougher questions as it matures.
Tinder Founders, Executives Sue IAC, Match Group Over Options
Canada's Shopify Battles the Scammers Behind Fake Web Stores
Booking Holdings Plunges After Weak Third-Quarter Forecast
Home rentals are the hottest part of the online travel-booking industry, and Expedia Group plans to make it even hotter.
Booking Holdings Falls After Delaying Earnings Report One Day
Goldman Puts Money Behind Vitamin Startup Valued Close to GNC
Facebook’s Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos will teach full-time at Stanford and do research focusing on cybersecurity.
Shopify Tumbles After Key Growth Metric Slowed in Second Quarter