Alexis Ohanian, the co-founder of Reddit and managing partner at the venture capital firm Initialized Capital, says bragging about working insane hours can be dangerous.
Rent the Runway CEO Jennifer Hyman is out on maternity leave, and 23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki's due date is nearing. These female leaders of 2019 CNBC Disruptor 50 start-ups are offering broad family-leave benefits to employees.
Salesforce Chief Product Officer Bret Taylor has climbed the ranks quickly since his start-up Quip was acquired two years ago, and now he's in Benioff's inner circle.
The former Yahoo chief is renting Google’s original office, where “there’s a lot of good juju,” and planning her next act, NYT reports.
On Monday, the restaurant review website agreed to buy Zagat from Google for an undisclosed sum.
Ever wanted to get inside the heads of the world's top leaders? A test used by NASA has attempted to do just that.
In apologizing for a controversy over slowing batteries, Apple became the latest big company to try and calm customers and the public.
From the White House to Wall Street, American technology companies extended their reach in 2017.
HVMN commissioned a scientific study on its most popular supplement. Researchers found it was less effective than caffeine.
Alphabet's Google reclaimed its spot as the default search engine on Mozilla's Firefox Internet browser in the U.S. and other regions.
Yahoo, now owned by Verizon, and Equifax, are two companies which were hit with some of the biggest data breaches of all time.
CNBC's Aditi Roy reports on Former Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer testifying to the Senate Commerce Committee with other executives about cybersecurity breaches.
The pair will appear before the Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation.
It is less likely the winner will be a tech exec, many sources told Recode, but one with a more varied corporate background.
Tim Armstrong, Oath CEO talks about merging the Yahoo and AOL brands and talent under the corporate name 'Oath' and how it will impact the company's strategies.
Marissa Mayer is officially out at Yahoo. Here's her full farewell email to staff.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer will resign after Verizon says it has completed its $4.48 billion acquisition of Yahoo.
Yahoo's assets will be combined with AOL brands under a new subsidiary called Oath, headed by ex-AOL CEO Tim Armstrong.
The "Squawk on the Street" team discuss the news that Verizon's acquisition of Yahoo's core assets has closed and Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has resigned from the company.
"Given what happened in the performance of the company, it seems on the egregious side," Sue Decker tells CNBC.