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Kirsten Lepore's whimsical stop-motion animations on Vimeo have led to work with the Cartoon Network and more.
Jim Reekes says it all started with a lawsuit.
Investigators from Britain's data watchdog searched the London offices of Cambridge Analytica.
The Facebook chief executive has taken multiple steps over the past few days to communicate with the social network’s 25,000 employees.
Box shares fell 8 percent on the day Dropbox made its debut on the Nasdaq.
Uber's robotic vehicle project was not living up to expectations months before a self-driving car operated by the company struck and killed a woman, the New York Times.
The key to Dell convincing VMware to move forward with a merger may be the value found in rolling up Dell's tracker stock.
A British High Court judge has granted an application by the Information Commissioner's office for a warrant to search Cambridge Analytica's London offices.
Pivotal Software — which counts Dell as its majority stockholder — revealed a prospectus on Friday with its plans to go public.
In honor of Dropbox's long-awaited IPO, an early investor unearthed a 10-year-old memento: The very first investments that helped get Dropbox off the ground.
"What's Facebook?" taunts the billionaire tech titan.
The House Committee on Energy and Commerce is calling on the Facebook CEO to testify about Cambridge Analytica and the company's business model.
Bill Gates and Richard Branson invested in Memphis Meats, a start-up that makes lab-grown meat alongside Tyson Foods and Cargill. It's a sector set to boom.
In an effort to increase efficiency and maintain safety standards for employees, Delta is exploring the possibility of wearable robotics, Atlanta Business Chronicle reports.
Facebook's data privacy scandal has a silver lining: It's adding 10,000 jobs this year, a staff increase larger than most companies, as it tries to avoid more negative headlines.
When you surf the web using Chrome or any other browser, your computer saves some of the data on websites you're visiting as part of your browser history. Chrome doesn't need to collect that data if you want to surf the web more anonymously.
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