Legos and Warren Buffett all shaped the company's early days.
Google's decision to ignore the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence's invitation to have CEO Sundar Pichai testify on Russian election meddling is an insult to the public.
As tech executives become more prominent, their employers are spending more money to protect them.
These models start as low as $7,100.
Big goals aren't enough. You have to know how you'll get them done.
Three years ago, Google turned into a subsidiary of a newly created conglomerate called Alphabet. The change has been fine for the core search and advertising business and for Alphabet CEO Larry Page, but less so for the other businesses in the company.
Alex Banayan learned how to send a proper cold email after an awkward encounter.
Something between a pontoon plane and a drone, this one seat flying car can fly up to 10 ft in the air with a top speed of 20 mph.
It's something between a pontoon plane and a drone, and it's not too comfortable for the driver.
Some senior Google officials try to straddle the gap between scientists with deep moral objections and salespeople salivating over defense contracts, the NYT reports.
In 2002, Amazon debuted on the list at No. 492.
Google's catchphrase "Don't be evil" appears to have been all but removed from its corporate code of conduct.
Bezos takes the top spot among CEOs and places fifth overall in the Forbes "World's Most Powerful" rankings.
Uber hopes to offer rides through a new UberAir service by 2023, starting in Dallas and Los Angeles.
Bill Gates' meeting with Donald Trump included a surprising offer: a job for the Microsoft co-founder in the White House.
Chris Hughes was Mark Zuckerberg's Harvard roommate. He says the system that catapulted him to extreme wealth has hindered others and needs fixing.
Zuckerberg controls nearly 60 percent of Facebook stock.
The three top executives have yet to appear before regulatory agencies in Washington, sending instead general counsels and other company leaders.
A flying taxi company backed by Alphabet CEO Larry Page unveils its all-electric autonomous plane that takes off and lands vertically.
Kitty Hawk said it is working with the New Zealand government to commercialize its air taxis.