5 reasons why Twitter’s interim CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey will almost certainly be named permanent chief.
The legendary Silicon Valley VC who voted with the rest of HP’s board to fire Fiorina in 2004 is now backing her for U.S. President.
For a business that depends on secrecy, maintaining confidentiality should have been a core competency. It apparently wasn’t.
Analysts are calling Apple a one-trick pony. Is it true, and, even if it is, is that a good thing or a bad thing?
The N.Y. Times described the Amazon workplace in nightmarish terms. CEO Jeff Bezos says that’s not the Amazon he knows. Who’s right?
Google aims to be tech’s answer to Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway – a holding company that invests in innovative ideas that can change the world.
Uber will probably be worth its ginormous valuation someday, but it might be in for a rough ride between now and then.
Finally, Twitter acknowledged what the rest of us have known for years: that for the vast majority of us, it’s a lousy product.
There’s plenty of data that shows the tech giant’s first new product in half a decade is off to a great start.