Larry Page's adviser shares his best personal finance tip.
The tech leader has a 3-step strategy for avoiding this common professional trap.
Uber has hired Silicon Valley recruiting powerhouse Heidrick & Struggles to help it find a chief operating officer.
"Now we're in an environment where women are increasingly having a huge impact," Google's Diane Greene said.
"Premium processing" of H-1B visas will no longer be available starting April 3, immigration authorities announced this month.
How one of the most powerful women in Silicon Valley splits her time between her day job and investing.
We are nowhere near the apocalyptic scenario in which smart evil robots turn on humans, said Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Alphabet.
The longtime CEO of the company that pledged not to “be evil” shared his unvarnished thoughts on the Trump administration with Google employees.
Donald Trump's views on some issues alienated many left-leaning tech employees in Silicon Valley, but none more so than those at Alphabet.
Vivek Wadhwa of Carnegie Mellon said president-elect Donald Trump's visa policy may actually be right for Silicon Valley.
Alphabet's low valuation and growing market share across segments could see the tech giant outperform the likes of Facebook, Amazon and Netflix.
The leaders of tech were close-mouthed about their meeting but this is what went on behind closed doors, Recode reports.
The president-elect does not understand technology companies or their business models, and that's a problem, said analysts.
Steven Bertoni, Forbes Associate Editor, weighs in on if Jared Kushner wants a cabinet position or wants to be an official advisor to the President-elect Donald Trump.
The tax rate on foreign cash, trade with China, encryption and high-skilled immigration are policy areas of concern for Apple.
Conventional wisdom is that the Trump administration will bring comprehensive change; more likely, any change will be incremental.
If the president-elect's campaign rhetoric matches his governing policies, America's tech capital may have good reason to be afraid.
Tech executives are breaking their silence and speaking out on Donald Trump's victory, seeking to reassure the community.
Over the past year, Google publicly set its sights on the artificial intelligence market.
WikiLeaks shows Clinton-related emails linked to Alphabet Executive Chairman and former CEO Eric Schmidt, including a detailed vision of how he thinks the campaign should be run. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports.