Conversations with 35 current and former Tesla employees describe Elon Musk as a polarizing figure whose extreme micromanagement contributed to production delays and waste at the electric vehicle maker. » Read More
By: Ari Levy
J.P. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon has long touted his bank's need to embrace Silicon Valley through investments in technology. He's now opening up an office for more than 1,000 people in one of the nation's most expensive real estate markets. » Read More
By: Sara Salinas
"I was involved in our response to this story from the beginning," Cook told Buzzfeed News. » Read More
By: Jordan Novet
CEO Satya Nadella and other top Microsoft executives will be rewarded in part based on the number of times LinkedIn members visit the app, an addition to compensation starting in fiscal 2018. » Read More
The sheer cost and technological burden of developing self-driving cars, electric vehicles and other advancements has companies that have historically been fierce competitors becoming, at the very least, frenemies.
Conservative apps deliver curated partisan news feeds on what are effectively private social networks, the New York Times reports.
Four months after Saudi Arabia lifted a ban on women driving, Careem has registered 2,000 female drivers, while Uber has only a "handful," spokespeople from the companies CNBC. Here's why.
Icon Ventures plans to announce the expansion of its most recent fund by an additional $110 million.
Jim Cramer outlines why the industrial giant is getting beaten down by the bears in an aggressive-Fed environment.
Jim Cramer emphasizes the power of Silicon Valley when it comes to countering inflation in the workforce.
A weekly recap of the most interesting venture capital deals, funds and start-ups.
Jim Cramer and PayPal CFO John Rainey break down the financial technology company's strong earnings and the "inflection point" in its millennial-focused payment app, Venmo.
Qualtrics has filed to go public, just weeks after competitor SurveyMonkey debuted on the Nasdaq. Qualtrics is bigger and growing faster than its rival.
Dan Ives of Wedbush Securities initiated coverage of Apple with an outperform rating and a 12-month price target of $310, higher than any other analyst on Wall Street. Chinese demand and services are the "linchpin" to Apple's growth, Ives says.
Neodymium is used in the powerful magnets that make an iPhone vibrate or a Tesla Model 3's motor spin. And more than 80 percent of the world's neodymium comes from China.
PayPal shares soar after the company beat expectations on earnings and revenue and announces positive news about its peer-to-peer app Venmo.
A British-built spacecraft will travel over 5 billion miles to transport two satellites into Mercury's orbit.
Richard Garriott, founder of Space Adventures, went to space in 2008.
It's notable that Facebook tapped someone from outside the company for the job. Facebook has a reputation for promoting a tight circle of executives close to Zuckerberg and Sandberg.
Small rocket builder Vector says it has raised $70 million in a round of financing, with a Morgan Stanley alternative investment fund joining Silicon Valley backers.