Executives from LinkedIn, Alphabet's Google, Facebook partner with private university to train workers for the digital economy.
For foreign firms in China, the business environment just got even tougher.
Founders from LinkedIn and Ebay are funding academic research aimed at keeping artificial intelligence systems ethical. Recode reports.
For decades, dominance in the tech industry was based on software or hardware. Now it is based on who owns the best data, the Times reports.
Corporate culture pays off, as stocks of companies with happy employees have been outperforming the market throughout the bull run.
John Watson benefited from a smart employee retention policy he says others can institute too.
Cramer said on "Squawk on the Street" he originally thought Nike would drive the index past the 20K level.
An Oracle employee has resigned after learning that his boss joined U.S President-elect Donald Trump's transition team.
The hedge fund billionaire says President-elect Donald Trump's ideas surrounding fiscal policy could lead to a boom in US economy.
The record for the biggest-known hack ever just doubled to more than a billion Yahoo user accounts.
The company created 'The Glass Room' in New York, which is part art installation and part practical technology display.
After a bruising election for tech, industry entrepreneurs and investors are finding ways to cope with a new reality.
The thinking behind the popular game Minecraft could generate interest in programming among kids. Here's how.
CNBC's John Lipton reports that EU antitrust regulators have cleared the way for Microsoft to buy LinkedIn.
LinkedIn Co-founder, Konstantin Guericke talks about the perception around Silicon Valley and where Europe could develop as a tech hub.
LinkedIn Co-founder, Konstantin Guericke explains why it made a lot of sense for LinkedIn to be partnered up with Microsoft.
LinkedIn Co-founder, Konstantin Guericke talks about his involvement in Doximity, a social network for health care professionals.
The social network has developed software to keep posts from appearing in users’ news feeds in specific geographic areas.
Facebook has software to suppress posts from appearing in people's news feeds in specific geographic areas, The New York Times reports.
In an effort to conquer a generational divide, some companies tell their workers to bring mom and pop to work for "Bring Your Parents to Work Day."