Tokyo-based bitcoin exchange Mt.Gox claims to have nearly a quarter of the 850,000 bitcoins it said it lost in February, according to Kyodo News International.
The French telecoms company Orange is on "serious alert" after reports of a fresh spate of work-related suicides.
Google faces a lawsuit in California over whether bulk scanning of emails to deliver advertisements breaches state and federal wiretap laws.
Music subscription services including Spotify and Deezer have broken through the $1bn (£600m) sales barrier worldwide as increasing numbers of fans choose to pay for music online.
MtGox, the defunct bitcoin exchange, has re-opened the ability to login to its site, but only to the extent of letting users see the balance in their wallets.
KKR has announced that David Drummond has been appointed to the Board of Directors of KKR Management LLC, the managing partner of KKR, and to the Board's Conflicts Committee.
MtGox continued trading for at least two weeks despite knowing that it did not hold enough bitcoins to return every customer their money, according to a deposition from the CEO of the embattled bitcoin exchange.
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales slammed the U.S. government over its electronic surveillance methods, after Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg had called President Barack Obama to express his concerns.
The Financial Times says that Chinese e-commerce site Alibaba was "95 percent certain" they would list in the U.S.
The overnight boom in tech stocks made a few billionaires even richer when they woke up Friday — and helped Bill Gates fend off a brief challenge to his title as world's richest man.
Amazon beat Wall Street expectations on Thursday, reporting a surprise profit, helped by rapid growth in its cloud computing business.
If you want to know how much Google is spending on some of its wildest dreams, you'll have to wait a little longer than the first earnings report from Alphabet, the new name under which Google will report earnings for the first time on Thursday.