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There are two kinds of rants that just about every public company chief executive loves to deliver. The first is about the company's stock price: It's never high enough! The second is about Wall Street investors' obsession with quarterly earnings reports: They don't appreciate our long-term vision!
HackingTeam, an Italian company that helps law enforcement hack into digital networks, has apparently been hacked itself.
Some of San Francisco-based Reddit's most popular content remained hidden from its users on Friday as the heavily trafficked site's volunteer moderators staged a massive protest after the firing of a beloved employee.
Snapchat is removing a cumbersome feature and making it easier to add friends on its app.
Two Uber France managers have been ordered to stand trial to face charges including "deceptive commercial practices" and complicity in illegal activities linked to its low-cost ride-hailing service, the Paris prosecutor's office said Tuesday.
This post was done in partnership with The Wirecutter, a buyer's guide to the best technology. Let's get this out of the way up front: No one truly needs a selfie stick. However, they can be somewhat useful. To find the best selfie stick, we put in 20 hours of research, brought in 20 models for...
Google has agreed to add audio and visual alerts in its navigation app to warn drivers about railroad crossings.
The on-demand economy has, with a few taps on an app, brought everything from lunches to laundry to our doorsteps. Now it wants to bring us something a lot bigger: used cars.
Facebook's latest diversity figures barely budged from the previous year's, with almost every level of the company still dominated by white men.
The parent company that owns dating brands Tinder, Match.com and OKCupid wants to play the field.
This post was done in partnership with The Wirecutter, a buyer's guide to the best technology. The $150 Fitbit Charge HR is the fitness tracker we'd recommend for most people. According to our tests - which included 60 hours of research and 10 days of real-world testing - the Charge HR is more...
It seems obvious, but Twitter's board of directors isn't interested in chief executive candidates who can't give 100% to the San Francisco microblogging service.
Exercise-tracking device company Fitbit streaked past its initial public offering price in its New York Stock Exchange debut Thursday, revealing high demand for the new tech stock.
A day after embattled Twitter Chief Executive Dick Costolo announced that he was stepping down, analysts were speculating whether the microblogging service could be an acquisition target for a deep-pocketed company like Google.
Federal regulators on Thursday approved new protections for consumers against unwanted phone calls and texts, cracking down on a growing numbers of automatically dialed robocalls that have led to a flood of complaints.
Twitter Inc. stock is rising as Wall Street welcomes the departure of its embattled chief executive.
If you've ever wondered what it's like to be an Uber driver but don't want to actually get behind the wheel, there's now a game for that.
After years of Wall Street grumblings, stagnant growth and management dysfunction, Dick Costolo said Thursday he was stepping down as chief executive of Twitter Inc.
Dick Costolo resigned as Twitter's chief executive Thursday, nearly five years after assuming the top job. He oversaw the company's initial public offering of stock and, subsequently, its shares' underwhelming performance. And as Twitter's user base skyrocketed, its CEO found himself at the center...
A federal appeals court declined to halt implementation of tough new net neutrality regulations, paving the way for the rules to go into effect Friday.