Silicon Valley has always preferred to portray itself not as a profit-making enterprise, but as a populist crusader for free speech.
Uber conservative initial public offering could not keep its shares from sinking.
Macron to urge a visiting group of top Silicon Valley venture capitalists this week.
Silicon Valley technology giants have grown so dominant they may need to be broken up, the inventor of the WWW told Reuters.
California will require companies to have at least one woman on boards of directors.
The woman identified as the attacker at YouTube’s headquarters is a vegan blogger.
Facebook announces that its year-old job-hunting service is expanding.
Ride-share titan Uber reveals that its losses last year swelled.
We were warned. The venture capitalist and Netscape founder Marc Andreessen wrote a widely read essay in 2011 entitled “Why Software Is Eating the World”. But we didn’t take Mr Andreessen seriously; we thought it was only a metaphor.
The rise of streaming services and the so-called cord-cutting movement against cable television made a rapid change.
Japan-based SoftBank sends tremors through the tech world with a massive new venture capital fund for investing in startups.
Internet titans that have contorted to balance free speech with odious content were standing firm this week against being used to glorify killing in the name of race.
Frustrated by the lack of interest from the tech industry in engaging older people, Masako Wakamiya taught herself to code and set about doing it herself.