Former Facebook executive Chamath Palihapitiya, now a co-owner of the Golden State Warriors NBA team, shares his favorite question after conducting hundreds of job interviews.
U.S. stock futures were pointing to a nearly 400-point gain for the Dow Jones Industrial Average at Wall Street's open Tuesday.
U.S. stocks were looking higher Monday despite the 7.7% nosedive in China's Shanghai composite overnight on first trading day there since the extended Lunar New Year holiday.
The total wealth of the richest 22 men in the world, equals the total wealth of all women in Africa, says the global non-profit organization Oxfam International in its report published Sunday.
U.S. stock futures were pointing to more records at Friday's open on Wall Street after the Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq closed Thursday at all-time highs.
David Drummond has been on a three-month stock selling spree amid an investigation into executives' handling of sexual misconduct at the company.
In his speech before the Anti-Defamation League, Sacha Baron Cohen said hate groups are rising all around the world, and Big Tech is part of the problem.
Google workers protested outside of an investigation into employee retaliation days prior to the company ending its TGIF tradition, internal memo shows.
In an effort to outflank the rise of Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders announces a wealth tax that would hit multibillionaires like Bezos especially hard.
Together, 79 billionaires could pay to build an electric system in the U.S. that uses zero fossil fuels, a Michigan Tech professor estimates.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 19- Shareholder activists on Wednesday urged Google parent Alphabet Inc to break itself up before regulators force the world's biggest internet ad seller to split into different pieces. Alphabet's top two executives, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, hold 51.3 percent of shareholder votes. The U.S. Department of Justice and Federal Trade...
Shareholder activists want Google parent Alphabet to break itself up before regulators force the world's biggest internet ad seller to split into different pieces.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 19- Shareholder activists want Google parent Alphabet Inc to break itself up before regulators force the world's biggest internet ad seller to split into different pieces. The proposal has no realistic chance of success as Alphabet's top two executives, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, hold 51.3 percent of shareholder votes.
Twitter says it paid co-founder Jack Dorsey a salary last year for the first time since he returned to his post as CEO in 2015.
Alphabet has a wide range of health-care research projects, from rehab efforts and medical tests to new devices for people in need.
Alphabet's long-term bets are risky and may never pay off. Employees need to put in the kind of hours associated with start-ups and be able to share in the upside.
Scott Galloway says being rich is not dependent on how much money you bring in. It has to do with this instead.
"When I was younger, I thought masculinity and being a man was being ripped, being buff ... and generally just making a s--- ton of money at work," says entrepreneur Scott Galloway, who sold his company L2, Inc. for millions of dollars.
Asked if he was joking, the maverick tech entrepreneur replied simply: "I'm not."