Google is planning to reopen offices starting July 6, but many employees may continue working from home until September or next year as the coronavirus pandemic has necessitated social distancing.
The C19 I.D. Project launched color-coded bracelets which will hopefully reduce people's anxiety in a post-coronavirus world.
IBM’s job cuts were spread across at least five states, leaving longtime employees out of work as the coronavirus pandemic has chilled the economy.
Chief Executive Robin Li has sad Baidu is paying close attention to the tighter U.S. scrutiny of Chinese companies listed in the country.
A step-by-step guide on how to sell an item on eBay.
Grubhub Chief Executive Matt Maloney spoke to Uber Chief Dara Khosrowshahi Sunday and indicated that Uber's latest offer of 1.9 of its shares for each Grubhub share is too low, according to people familiar with the matter.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella warned that making remote work permanent could lead to negative consequences for social interaction and mental health.
Both the Justice Department and a group of state attorneys general are likely to file antitrust lawsuits against Alphabet Inc.'s Google -- and are well into planning for litigation, according to people familiar with the matter.
In a time where many American companies encountered supply-chain issues due to the deadly coronavirus, one technology company was well prepared for the interruption.
With dozens coronavirus antibody tests on the market, some consumers are getting false-positive results.
Tech sales have increased amid the coronavirus pandemic as more people set up home offices for the long-term.
Google's famous employee work perks apparently don't apply at home.
Zoom has hired former White House Senior Adviser HR McMaster and former Information Technology Industry Council Vice President for Policy Jonathan Kallmer.
With more people at home because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ebay has seen an increase in users on its platform.
Yuan spoke to FOX Business about Zoom's surging user base and overcoming privacy concerns.
The company said sales rose 15 percent to $35 billion in the third quarter, bolstered by strong results in its cloud-computing business.
Google is now offering its $6/month video conference app to anyone for free.
Many companies have slashed or suspended their dividends amid the economic chaos sparked by the coronavirus pandemic.
Video chat apps are competing for user face time with people sheltering in place.
Verizon reported a slight drop in wireless subscribers as gains in business accounts were offset by a steep decline in new consumer accounts.