Intel CEO’s “past consensual relationship” with employee rekindles the #MeToo campaign.
Instagram’s new application ‘IGTV’ is Facebook’s next money-minting machine. But it has its risks and perks.
Facebook recently started testing different types of ads in Marketplace.
There’s no strategy or communication. But, still, Oprah!
Alphabet Inc.’s Google, Facebook and Amazon all have growing ambitions in web video. But is Hollywood the answer?
Amazon Is Still Sorting Out Its Grocery Strategy
It was clear this week that Facebook Inc. has become Apple’s new supervillain.
Google might have believed it was doing the right thing. It didn’t.
When it’s given an option to be open and transparent, it opts for obfuscation.
Apple announced changes to its Safari web browsers which can hamper Facebook’s data harvesting practice.
Here’s the Poster Child for Silicon Valley Excess
Don’t Ignore the Facebook shareholder revolt, tech companies need the scrutiny of empowered shareholders.
A jumbled field racing for autonomous dominance just got a little messier.
Dual-class shares, other “founder-friendly” investment terms have done too much damage in Silicon Valley and beyond.
Should powerful tech firms do more to help protect people from potential government abuse?
Uber doesn’t need an IPO and probably doesn’t need to act as if it does.
People want to browse, shop, pick up or return in person, and Amazon is changing to meet those demands.
Zynga Shows Grueling Trek of an Internet Turnaround
Facebook set its renewed mission of connecting people, but this goal comes with a conundrum.
The good news is that Apple is finding ways to make up for iPhone’s slowing sales. The bad news is it has to.
Facebook’s 3 Big Deals Delivered 2 Headaches and 1 Blockbuster