Digital currency ethereum climbed Monday to a near two-month high amid renewed uncertainty about the future of bitcoin. » Read More
A customer tweeted at the billionaire with a complaint and a request for an improvement. The tech CEO’s response? “Good point.” » Read More
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Google faces some steep competition in making its artificial intelligence play, Google Assistant, the tool of choice. » Read More
Andy Page, formerly president of Google-backed 23andMe, is joining Livongo, a chronic disease management start-up, as its president and CFO.
More than 100 leading AI experts are calling on the United Nations to prevent the development and use of killer robots.
Jason Calacanis, one of Uber's first investors, says a merger with Tesla would create the ultimate transportation company.
Most tech companies have policies against working with hate websites, ProPublica reports.
Future Travis Kalanicks will have to respond to negative sentiment more quickly because of bitcoin.
From the start, Bezos knew e-commerce would be huge.
"Maybe he brings a steady hand, and that is what's needed but I don't get it," Jim Cramer says.
Former GE chairman Jeff Immelt has become the front-runner candidate to become CEO of Uber, according to numerous sources with knowledge of the situation.
Fund manager Paul Meeks changes his mind about technology stocks.
More and more retailers and grocers alike are looking to grab a share of the online food market before it's too late.
Digital-only startup Starling Bank is being watched by some of the biggest banks – and they'll probably try to copy its model, according to CEO Anne Boden.
SoftBank has invested billions of dollars in tech companies both big and small.
Ji Wenhong, the founder of Xiu.com, is accused of being the head of a smuggling operation involving luxury clothing items.
Bluevine CEO Eyal Lifshitz says every investor asks how your online lending startup is different from public market peers like Lending Club and OnDeck.
JLL took a look at 13 retail categories to discover which ones are more dependent on physical locations.
There's nothing special about providing consumers more to consume.
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