Yahoo confirmed it began testing the use of Google search ads for part of its desktop and mobile search results, the NYT reports.» Read More
Sony has launched a crowdfunding site to finance employees' ideas, in a bid to bring back innovation to the Japanese electronics giant.
Spanish bank Santander has partnered with mobile banking software provider Monitise to launch a joint venture.
Apple's foray into music streaming could be the precursor to TV streaming to come out later this year, said an analyst on Tuesday.
Uber targeted its customers to protest outside New York City Council Tuesday as a bill stands to cap for-hire vehicle licenses.
U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm Inc announced it has no plans to spin off its chips business, despite recent investor pressure.
Google, which could face a billion euro fine from the EU for with violating ant-trust laws, must respond to the charges by August.
The fund management industry faces “disruption” from tech giants like Google, the chief executive of Aberdeen Asset Management told CNBC.
With a fine of roughly $1 billion in damages at stake, the Supreme Court has declined to hear Google's appeal against Oracle.
Amazon.com will launch its business loan program for small sellers later this year in eight more countries including China.
The New York Times looks at whether being relentlessly hard on people, and even cruel, may get them to perform better.
Facebook has opened its first sales office in Africa, in Johannesburg, South Africa, the company said Monday.
What business is Uber really in? Lawyer Dan Eaton gets to the heart of the Uber-driver-as-employee ruling.
Same-day delivery company Instacart said it started to reclassify some of its workforce as part-time employees, Re/code reports.
Shares of wearables maker Fitbit spiked more than 15 percent on Monday.
Slava Rubin, Indiegogo.com CEO, weighs in on how Taylor Swift convinced Apple to pay independent artists and provides an update on Twitter's search for a CEO.
A big question in Silicon Valley is what will happen to all the unicorns. An athlete's stats after a big contract may offer an answer.
Tech investor Roger McNamee says there’s a giant bubble in tech right now, but it could actually end up being a good thing for the economy.
As Twitter seeks to replace Dick Costolo, who plans to step down July 1, it could face challenges attracting outside candidates. NYT reports.
Three months after Apple replaced AT&T in the Dow, the stock has done nothing. Is the curse of the Dow striking the tech giant?
Amazon is looking to build a crowdsourced network of drivers as it looks to speed up its drop-off service, Dow Jones reported.
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