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Square is bringing peer-to-peer payments to businesses and trying to make money on the venture.
Fidelity Investments, T. Rowe Price and BlackRock are some of the money managers that have struck deals to acquire shares in Silicon Valley start-ups like Uber, Airbnb and Pinterest.
The mobile dating application Tinder appointed Christopher Payne to replace its former leader, who was embroiled in a sexual harassment lawsuit last year.
This week, the federal government unveiled a new tool that makes public the user analytics for many government websites.
The antitrust case against Google in Europe has already gained more traction than in the United States. But like their American counterparts, competition officials at the European Commission in Brussels have been loath to bring formal charges against such a successful and powerful company.
While Amazon can now move its tests from inside a warehouse, the retailer still has a long way to go to realize its vision of autonomous delivery drones.
A new generation of luxury smartwatches, essentially tiny computers meant to be fashion statements, is beginning to take shape.
Sony introduced a web-based TV service, aimed at gamers, that is initially available to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 owners in New York, Chicago and Philadelphia.
Chia Hong, a woman of Taiwanese descent, claimed that during her three years working for the social network, she faced discrimination, harassment and retaliation and was unfairly fired.
Microsoft's move to make Windows 10 upgrades free in China echoes a shift at the company and the software industry's around the world. The days of charging customers for an operating system are slowly coming to an end, piece by piec...
T-Mobile is going after a new growth avenue -- business customers -- with simpler phone plans.
The social network's new feature will allow Facebook friends to send payments to one another through the Messenger app. Wall Street expects such transactions to become a big business.
Pearson, the education publishing giant, describes its practice of monitoring social media posts as a test-security measure, but some parents say the practice is unfair and invasive for students.
Orange's chief executive discusses the non-French future of the video site Dailymotion.
Facing a tough tone from Republican lawmakers about his handling of the rules, Tom Wheeler, chairman of the F.C.C., pushed back repeatedly.
One obstacle has been the banks' own reluctance to press Apple for fear of upsetting their relationships with the tech giant.
IBM and Twitter rolled out their data services for business. They are the first products of a venture that is strategically important to both companies.
First announced last July, the initiative will bring scores of Sotheby’s less expensive items -- which range from about $1,000 to $50,000 -- to eBay’s customers, a crowd that both companies hope will be eager to purchase works of art online.
Brent Callinicos, the chief financial officer of Uber, plans to leave the ride-sharing company, in what will be one of the highest-level departures yet for the six-year-old start-up.
While layoffs at start-ups are not uncommon, it's unusual for them to occur so soon after their coffers have been replenished with cash.