It wasn’t business as usual for Tencent Holdings Ltd. on Thursday.
Award could yield Tesla CEO more than $50 billion if all goals met.
Facebook’s Zuckerberg promises to inform every user if there’s a chance of their personal data being compromised.
Uber’s $1.5 billion debt deal touches a nerve on wall street.
Google is working on blockchain-related technology to support its cloud business.
YouTube this week quietly introduced tighter restrictions on videos involving weapons.
Saudi delegation will meet executives from Amazon, Apple, Google, Pfizer and others hunting for foreign investment.
Twitter Inc. Chief Information Security Officer Michael Coates is leaving the company.
Facebook’s Zuckerberg took his first concrete step after the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Here’s a quick explainer of how the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica saga unfolded.
Indian startups raised nearly Rs 1,000 crore last week.
YouTube will increase ads, part of a strategy to convince viewers to pay for music service.
Trump’s “Space Force” has support in Congress, but the Air Force says it has the planet covered.
EU Commission proposes new rules for taxing digital companies.
Investor blamed Facebook failure to safeguard privacy in a lawsuit for a slump in share price after the blowout.
Messaging app developer Kik Interactive to begin using Stellar as well as Ethereum.
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Amazon briefly overtook internet rival Alphabet in market value for the first time.
Here’s a timeline of the number of times Facebook has been targeted for its privacy policies.
Amazon is offloading costs onto suppliers, limiting single, low-priced items shoppers can purchase.
After getting kicked out of the CEO job at Uber in June, Travis Kalanick is getting back in the saddle.
Google is offering publishers sweeter terms as part of a new subscriber tool, sources say.
Facebook Inc.’s grim week is getting grimmer.
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Goldman Sachs says Bharti Airtel will continue to lead India’s telecom market.