Bloomberg wants to get technology news to you anytime and from anywhere. "Over the past year, we have assembled a top-notch team of technology journalists led by Brad Stone," said Bloomberg editor in chief John Micklethwait, announcing...Show More Summary
Google parent company Alphabet is trying to sell Boston Dynamics, the robotics company that it bought for $500 million in late 2013, Bloomberg's Brad Stone and Jack Clark report. Among the potential buyers are Japanese automaker Toyota,...Show More Summary
Brad Stone, Adam Satariano, and Gwen Ackerman, profiling Johny Srouji for the Businessweek cover story: At the center of all this is Srouji, 51, an Israeli who joined Apple after jobs at Intel and IBM. He’s compact, he’s intense, and he speaks Arabic, Hebrew, and French. Show More Summary
Ryan Petersen, Flexport's chief executive officer, and Bloomberg's Brad Stone discuss Amazon's global shipping plans with Bloomberg's Cory Johnson on "Bloomberg West."
Brad Stone, the Bloomberg Businessweek senior writer and author of “The Everything Store,” has been tapped to lead Bloomberg’s technology coverage, Bloomberg Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait announced in a memo to staffers Tuesday morning. In...Show More Summary
June 16 -- Thomas Middleditch, star of HBO's series "Silicon Valley," discusses the hit show and the latest trends in tech with Bloomberg Businessweek's Brad Stone at the Bloomberg Technology Conference.
June 9 -- BDA Chairman Duncan Clark, Jana Mobile's Crid Yu and Bloomberg's Alex Barinka discuss Jack Ma's grand ambitions for Alibaba with Bloomberg Businessweek's Brad Stone on "Bloomberg West."
The ride-hailing startup is taking over transportation within cities at stunning speeds, writes Brad Stone. ||| New York - Worry about its impact on jobs, or quibble with its tactics, but give Uber this: The ride-hailing startup is taking over transportation within cities at stunning speeds. Show More Summary
Brad Stone discusses a new biography of Steve Jobs, and Amanda Schaffer discusses three new books about neuroscience.
Google's aerial ambitions continue unabated. Need proof? Just talk to Sundar Pichai -- just before he sat down for a Q&A with Bloomberg's Brad Stone at MWC, the Google SVP confirmed the company's internet-beaming Titan drones would take their flight...
Last week, Brad Stone at Bloomberg Businessweek reported Google is working on its own car-sharing service that's similar to Uber. The Wall Street Journal says that's not exactly happening. It says Google is simply testing a car-sharing service internally to help get employees to work in an efficient way. Show More Summary
Brad Stone, reporting for Bloomberg: Google Ventures, the search giant’s venture capital arm, invested $258 million in Uber in August 2013. It was Google Ventures’ largest investment deal ever, and the company put more money into Uber’s next funding round less than a year later. Show More Summary
Google wants to take down Uber by offering its own on-demand car service. Bloomberg’s Brad Stone reported the shocking news, and cited sources with knowledge of the company’s plans. This bold move could put Google in direct competition with on-demand car service Uber, which has already hinted plans at offering autonomous taxi service. Show More Summary
Google is preparing to offer its own ride-hailing service to work with its self-driving cars, Bloomberg's Brad Stone reports, citing sources with knowledge of the plans. Uber executives have reportedly seen screenshots of what appears to be Google's ride-sharing app, according to Stone's sources, and are very nervous. Show More Summary
Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) has allowed Oculus VR to quickly scale says its co-founder and CEO Brendan Iribe in an interview with Bloomberg’s Brad Stone. The comment from the Oculus VR top executive came at the sidelines of the Consumer Electronics show where Iribe was discussing his company’s demonstrations at the show, its future products and […]
Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) has been the center of attention in the recent past over conditions faced by employees in its 40 facilities across the country. Bloomberg’s Brad Stone notes that Amazon has over the years fought tenaciously to prevent its employees from talking to trade unions or giving an insight on their working environment and […]
Sure, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos devours bookstores. But he also devours books. Brad Stone details as much in "The Everything Store," his book about Amazon. "Books have nurtured Amazon since its creation and shaped its culture and strategy," Stone writes. Show More Summary
Amazon stock tanked yesterday after a lousy quarterly earnings report, and the big question is whether this reality check will change the way Jeff Bezos operates, writes Brad Stone at Bloomberg Businessweek. The company "is spending wildly on new initiatives": everything from new "fulfillment centers" to grocery deliveries to expansion...
ICYMI - The Washington Post is using owner Jeff Bezos‘ Amazon product the Kindle to aid in the newspaper’s needed growth. On Monday, Bloomberg Businessweek’s Brad Stone wrote: “For the past few months, a group inside the Post has been...Show More Summary